I'm earning anywhere from 7 cents to over a dollar each day on adsense! I'm getting close to a payout. I can't wait!
It's exciting. All I have to say is find a hub that will generate traffic. Then post it on link sites like digg because the more places its at on the internet, the higher it will go on the search engine. I haven't been writing much lately, but I'm getting more and more traffic every day, 90% is from traffic engines.
by Keith Schroeder 8 years ago
I made the payout level for AdSense ($100) on April 3rd and Amazon's payout level ($10), too. AdSense has been growing each month and revenue is on pace to reach $70 or so for April. Fingers crossed, I should get an AdSense deposit in May for over $150.Amazon is the real surprise. I struggle with...
by Nelle Hoxie 8 years ago
Yep it makes me happy every month. Is anyone getting an adsense payout for the first time? Tell us and we'll celebrate with you! Did you make your second payment in less time than your first? We'd love to hear about it. I'm already seeing rumblings in the forums that some people are having their...
by Sophia Angelique 7 years ago
Well, I would have made it sooner if it hadn't been for stupid Panda. But after a year, I finally got to the place where I've achieved payout in one month! Now if I could actually get a payout every month from now on, I'd be happy! I think I quite like HP new advertising plan after all.
by Susan Ng Yu 9 years ago
I'm so excited! My Adsense has finally reached $100 after two years! Yey! I better write more hubs if I want my next payout in less than two years, huh? Hehe!
by kmackey32 7 years ago
I had the Hubpage Ads off for the longest time because I felt I made more with adsense. Now I am not so sure. I made payout after having it on since November 1st.
by LondonGirl 4 years ago
It really does take off. I got my first adsense payout at the end of June, and I've just hit the £60 mark for July, so another payout this month.That's not all hubs, because I set up my own blog a month ago, but hubs is most of it.
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