What determines the revenue potential of a hub?
In the stat section under hub metrics, the revenue potential is given as ‘$’ for a hub which receives maximum number of page views whereas for some hubs, which receive only a handful of page views, the revenue potential is given as ‘$$$’ or ‘$$$$’
Its basically the amount an advertiser pays for a single click - at least this is what I see it as. So, the hubs with higher paying keywords will have more $ signs than the rest
by Sheila 5 years ago
What is the average $$$ rating for your Hubs according to your Hub Metrics data?When you open a Hub, click on "STATS" at the top, then look at "Hub Metrics" - What is the average "Revenue Potential" ($, $$, $$$, or $$$$) for your active hubs? Most of mine are $$$, a...
by Nira Perkins 5 years ago
What determines the revenue potential of a Hub?When you click "Stats" on your Hub and "$" symbols appear that represent your revenue potential, what determines this? I realized that it wasn't the word count but that's about all I know.
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts 9 years ago
I notice we now have a new tab under stats called hub metrics - i understand published date and word count - but the symbols for incoming links - is there a rough guide to how many links are how many * and are links all or just google - thanks
by megs78 8 years ago
What is a realistic expectation for the amount of page views I could receive after just 4 days on hubpages? thanks
by Fiction Teller 2 years ago
Anyone here used to write for Suite101? They've gone through a number of permutations and seem now to have disappeared altogether.It's not just casual interest; I'm trying to track down why the income has stopped (that'll always make a writer pay attention!) I'm a former writer for...
by aoiffe379 8 years ago
I looked for hubs that explained hub metrics but failed in my quest. I am still trying to find the right browser that will not time out or encourage Explorer 8 to not display a web page.My topic concerns hub metrics. I have complete 100 hubs and not earned 100 cents yet.Earnings is not the issue...
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