What Specific Kinds of Topics Will Have More Revenue Potential?
So in the hub metric description they listed things like cars, but are there any other topics you know of or have written about that have a 5/5 revenue potential? I'm not asking for a top 5 or 10 kind of thing but a list of as many you can think of.
You can find out by using the Google AdWords Keyword Tool.
You just type in the topics you're interested in, and it will tell you how many people are searching for that information, and how much advertisers are paying to advertise on Google.
Topics where advertisers pay more are generally going to be more profitable.
by Mikeydoes7 years ago
Well this is frustrating, In light of finding out that my adsense and analytics aren't working properly. I'm wondering if it ties into the fact that my Hub stat's revenue potentials are all blank as well?I...
by Ttocs L6 years ago
Hey people. I have 3 hubs, all of very similar content. The problem is that two of them have a Revenue Potential of 3 $'s and the other has only 1 $. I usually wouldn't be concerned about stats like...
by Kim Harris6 years ago
I've never had only 1 $ on a hub before! This week end I published my first short story and thought the 1 $ was because short story hubs pay terribly low - even lower than poetry hubs! Then I published...
by kmackey328 years ago
Whats it mean when it says the Revenue Potential is $$$$$? Is that good?
by Maria Cecilia7 years ago
what does it indicate? would a 3 dollars sign ($$$) means your hub is earning?
by Jenn7 years ago
I was reading somthing about hubpages telling you your revenue potential for a hub. Where do you find that tool? Is that what the score is? I am pretty new here and still learning. Thanks
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