Is using Google Analytics good enough to earn money?
I was just wondering, Im new here, got to hubpages accidently. And I dont really know how to use these earning options, so If you would help me i'd really appreciate it. I also dont know if this works. so...??
Nope, Google analytics is only going to tell you information about the visitors to your hub. If you want to earn money from Google you need to create a Google Adsense account and follow the process for setting it up with Google and then placing the code into your hubpages account.
However you can also consider just staying inside of hub pages and fill out the information necessary to be paid from hub pages directly for ads they place on your site.
Also consider amazon and ebay which hubpages has modules that you can use to post items from. Do this when your hub is specific about a product and capable of getting traffic of people looking to purchase the items and you can earn a commission if they click and buy.
thanks ALOT! but I cant get the google adsense thing , they say my hub or my profile should be at least 6 months old. what to do?
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