Not makin any revenue on hubpages despite having quite a few views on my pages?
have you try signing up for google adsense. If you do not sign up for any of the program you will not make any money.
Let me be the first to fill you in . . . first of all you have to surpass the 50.00 dollar level before you make anything you can keeps for yourself. I have been here for 7 months, published 70 Hubs and have over 14,500 page views and haven't surpassed the 50.00 dollar level, yet.
However I'm getting close, so you have a ways to go yet and some learning to do!
yeh i have google adsense,
how come they do not mention this 50 dollar rule
btw how do u monitor how much money you have earned
After being here three days with two hubs-- how many is "quite a few views"?
Your subjects may have a limited audience-- Not everyone is interested in the same sports or teams.
Usually Adsense payout is after you reach the $100 mark- "$50" for HP ads. Both are paid the month after reaching your goal. This is typically at least several months for the first time.
Check your account page, under your name at the top of this page. Then look for "earnings" (you might have to check settings first). You should see a chart of earnings in various programs that are active.
Try to promote your hubs on social networking sites like facebook,twitter ,join groups over there tell people about it also you can social bookmark using digg,stumbleupon etc.
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