How many hubs did you write before you started generating income?
I believe that I starting seeing some pennies roll in around my tenth hub.
I saw eight cents in my account the day after publishing my first hub and I thought that was a pretty good start.
I've seen a couple of pennies from the hubpages ad program when they rolled it out. At the time I had around 10 hubs. I just finished my 21st hub and have not seen any revenue from adsense or Amazon. Again, I'm just getting going.
I think around ten you finally start seeing some results, I'm around twenty five and just getting ready for my first payout from Adsense and Hubpages both.
I have only started 5 days ago and posted 6 hubs , i have a total of 23 cents at the moment, not sure if this is good or not
I have written 13 Hubs since starting Hubpages.com. I am averaging about $3 to $4 dollars per month. As of today, I am also starting to see some money coming in from my adsense ads too.
Keep writing about what you love, and you will also see your Hub earnings start to build up too!
Hubpages, is an awesome site for sure!
There's no particular number that's going to be the same for everyone. Some people take months to earn anything and others find they start to see a few pennies after just a few hubs.
You're more likely to see earnings if you write things that are helpful or useful to others.
At present, I have still not made anything but it takes at least a week for Google Ad-sense and Amazon to approve you and your site and then it depends on traffic to your site as well. I have several blogs out there as well generating revenue and write for a newspaper also. Be patient, it all takes time and what is most important is to develop good writing skills and a formula for constant writing. Everything, even local printed news papers are all about readership. It all takes time.
I only wrote one hub and i earned $0.02 for that next day. I have about 14 hubs as at today which has generated $0.67 so far with about 200 page views all together. Not bad for starting with hubpages six days ago.
Of course !! More good hubs will generate more !!
but this is good question !!
I think my first two cents came after my first 10 hubs. After two weeks as a newbie, I have a grand total of 24 hubs, 854 page views and 44 cents .
I'm not really thinking about the money, just having fun writing!
Six. Then again, I generally write about topics with high-paying keywords, so I might be a little ahead of the curve there.
I've published seven hubs in the past 14 days.
I received a HubNugget nomination yesterday, and earnings of $.08 today.
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