It depends on a lot of factors, so there is no real answer. I hub occasionally, and I've made probably $250 over two years. A person who hubs regularly can earn a lot more.
Indeed, it depends. Someone who takes a lot of time to produce one Hub might make very little money, in spite of that Hub's usefulness. On the other hand, some housewife who posts some cookie recipe might get a million hits and make much more, so a lot must be considered.
I have a hub where people are able to self-report their earnings and results vary widely. Suffice to say, there is no average as everyone writes different amounts of Hubs, covers different topics, has their own level of experience with both writing and web promotion, etc.
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Averages can only be calculated when you can compare identical factors consistently over time.
It does depend. If you have a hub that went viral because it was a popular topic or for whatever reason, it could sustain itself and make quite a lot of money. Or if you have a lot of hubs that are useful and stay being read over the years.
I am new so I don't know for sure, but I have been writing lots of hubs hoping that one (and hopefully many) hubs will stay popular long enough to provide residual income.
It depends more on how many hubs you publish, how many key words you use, how active you are on HP, where you rank on search engine results, etc. It varies widely.
IIt really depends I would say. Depending if the hub is evergreen etc. Roughly I would say after 2 years, the hub should be matured and thus having some good traffic
by ngureco 6 years ago
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by Jason Seale 2 years ago
Hi Fellow Hubbers!I have done a bit of (unscientific) averaging of AdSense income on HubPages.com, and calculated an earnings rule for Hubs:On average, any given hub will earn about $10.00 per year.My page showing my sources is: http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubbers-Reveal- … s-EarningsDoes this...
by AbFreak101 3 years ago
i have around 12 hubs and im making maybe 10 cents a day.Who here makes at least $100 a month and how many hubs do you have
by Philip Borrowman 4 years ago
Can someone give me an average earning per hub??Question. I keep reading about Hubs and earning money (i am new) but everyone keeps saying different things. I am not new to SEO. I realize the importance of keyword research and the various factors of rankings and IF people click on the ads being...
by Erin Buttermore 5 years ago
How many views per Hub is average? How many does it take to start making money?
by Disillusioned 3 years ago
I took my 30-days page views count; divided it by 30 and further divided it by the number of published hubs. Thus I got a fair representation of my average number of visitors per day per hub. It comes to a whopping 1.6! How about yours?
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