Earning question - rough estimation for...
I am curious guys. Just want to know what I should be targeting actually. Consider this a standard variables: 50 hubs, 90% are above hub score of 75 and a few with 45 and above. No red etc.
I am having about a jumb traffic from 100 - 150 per day on some hubs and ad program earning below $1.00 For me that is fine but how are you doing? I believe it is a little low for me. What do you think?
Again, I am just curious want to xcompare my earnings with the rest to know how I am actually doing.
i figure roughly $1 for 1000 views. You seem to be doing better than that, so keep on doing what you're doing.
The amount you make really varies by what you write about. I'm averaging more than $2/1000 views.
This is interesting and I'd like to hear more people give some idea of this. I hadn't thought about it per 1000 views, but I think I'm making about 3-5 dollars per thousand views. I'd been thinking about it in terms of how many hubs and how much per day I make, but I just went back and realized that almost all of my hubs that get good traffic are older ones, so I think that there is a maturing process I'm still not going to see for another year or so. I'm just at 11 months on Hubpages now and around 150 hubs.
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