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 ‘$$$’ or ‘$$$$’
Its basically the amount an advertiser pays for a single click - at least this is what I see it as. So, the hubs with higher paying keywords will have more $ signs than the rest
by kmackey328 years ago
Whats it mean when it says the Revenue Potential is $$$$$? Is that good?
by Nira Perkins5 years ago
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by Maria Cecilia7 years ago
what does it indicate? would a 3 dollars sign ($$$) means your hub is earning?
by LauraGSpeaks5 years ago
If a hub has $$$$ for revenue potential, what is the reason for not achieving revenue?For example, my hub on Wonderworks http://lauragspeaks.hubpages.com/hub/Wo … Family-Fun uses keywords but is not gettgin any...
by guidebaba8 years ago
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by Tricia Mason6 years ago
Hi Looking at 'stats', can anyone tell me what decides the 'Revenue Potential' for a hub, please?Thanks
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