How many estimated views a week is required to consistently earn at least a dollar?
Is there a certain number of views for you to consistently earn in Hubpages Ad program? Do you have to get at least 500?
It depends on the topics of your hubs. Big advertisers like to line up and pay for hubs that deal with topics that are related to their company. It also depends on the type of viewers.
Viewers on HubPages are not allowed to click on ads, but someone coming in from elsewhere could click on an ad and get you more revenue that way.
Generally though, I would estimate that you would get between 30-50 cents per 100 views.
No, there's no definite number of views in order for us to earn. Even you have only one view if that single viewer will click on your ads or buy from amazon or ebay you can earn. That's we are encourage to increase viewers from the search engines because they are the ones who are hungry for information and possibly click your ads for more to find what they are looking for.
The best thing to do is create hubs with good keywords that lots of people are desperate to read and have less competition.
Also don't be satisfied for one or two hubs create as many as you can, the more high quality hubs you write, the more money you can earn.
Im so close to 10K views in a year and I haven't hit the ten dollar mark.. so there must be something to the views.. if you want to get paid every month even if you make under a dollar join Triond.com too.. like I said before the writing is better here on hubpages.. but the money is better on triond.com I could never figure that out..well happy writing
by StormsHalted 3 years ago
How many of you earn over a dollar a day ?
by Nathan Bernardo 16 months ago
Some people have said they've turned off HP Ads and just use Adsense and actually make more money from Adsense. I'm considering trying that out and was curious how much more some of you are making just through Adsense. Fifty percent more? Twice as much? Triple? Quadruple?
by ii3rittles 4 years ago
What does it take to earn $200 to $400 a month on hubpages?I am just curious.
by Andrew Smith 3 years ago
I just published my 120th hub today, and finally my hubscore went up to 96! I've watched it gradually creep on up from the low 80s (when a bunch of Squidoo lenses transferred over, maybe even high 70s). I have no idea how much this matters, but just thought I'd share!
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 6 years ago
I know google adsense makes you earn from people who click on your ads, but what does the hubpages ad program entail exactly? do you earn from page views or are there ads just as in adsense?
by vespawoolf 3 years ago
What is your single most-visited hub? Why do you think it's so popular?Mine is "The Best Homemade Mexican Salsa". It doesn't have polls, videos or any other features that are supposed to drive more traffic and yet it consistently gets more views.
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