How many average hubpage views per day you should get inorder for you to cashout

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  1. jujanester profile image78
    jujanesterposted 10 years ago

    How many average hubpage views per day you should get inorder for you to cashout $ 500 every month?

    Any advice from monthly earners? or experienced hubbers?....

  2. aa lite profile image84
    aa liteposted 10 years ago

    It is impossible to give an exact number, it does depend on the topics you write about etc.  But to estimate a ballpark figure, if you wanted to get $500 from the HubPages Ad program, and you estimate that you have a RPM (rate per millie, i.e. per 1000 views) of $5, You would need to have 100,000 views per month to get $500, so a bit over 3000 views a day.  Of course if you had so many visits you would also earn from Adsense, Amazon and Ebay, so in fact the number would be lower than this.

    This is why it depends on the topics you write about.  If you have a lot of sales lenses, you probably earn quite a lot from Amazon, so you don't need quite so many visitors.  Your Adsense click through rates and how much you get paid per click also depend quite a lot on the topic.  I write informative or 'educational' hubs, they earn mostly through HubPages Ad impressions.  I suspect more practical, how to articles would have a better rate for Adsense clicks. 

    So it does depend on what kind of hubs you write and how good you are at earning from affiliate programs like Amazon, I suspect that the figure of 100k per month/3k per day is a bit high, but probably not off by orders of magnitude.

  3. relache profile image72
    relacheposted 10 years ago

    Because traffic and earnings are so different for various topics, there is no clear answer for this.  A person with a higher CPM will need less page views than someone who gets a lower CPM.  And advertising rates not only vary with Hub topic, but also time of month and time of year.

    1. cascoly profile image61
      cascolyposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      exactly - anyone who gives you a specific answer doesn't know what they're talking about

  4. Johnrr631992 profile image85
    Johnrr631992posted 10 years ago

    Hi Jujanester, your question is one that everyone wonders, but to be honest it all falls on many factors MAINLY what type of category you write on, and what type of adds get placed. I write on videogames which has low paying adds, and while I get around 2000+ views per day, I make a mere $4.00-$5.00 per day. With that being said, If I had been writing all this in the law category, and getting the same number of views, my CPM (cost per thousand impressions) may be more like $5.00-$10.00, and would be making 10 to 20 dollars per day instead of what I am now. So in the end, just write quality content, and when the views come you will make money, but you will have to wait and see what your category is bringing in on CPM to figure out exactly how many views you need for $500.00 per month.

    1. kaiyan717 profile image85
      kaiyan717posted 10 years agoin reply to this

      I never realized that different topics have different rates!  Thanks for the info.  I was too looking for direct information about payment, but I am coming to realize a person  should just be happy with what they get.

    2. Johnrr631992 profile image85
      Johnrr631992posted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Kaiyan considering how much effort needs to go in to make any money, everyone should be grateful with any extra money they are able to pull in from here.

    3. jujanester profile image78
      jujanesterposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      tnx for the infos and shares, it's truly a great advice, Im hoping to make more hubs , earn and see money flowing in a matter of a month. Whew! Good luck to me and to everyone!

  5. Shiloh1008 profile image60
    Shiloh1008posted 10 years ago

    Not a direct answer, but for a lot of reasons you'd be better off publishing and promoting your own web site.

    1. Keep 100% of commissions.

    2. Your site could get taken down or penalized (You retain 100% control).

    3. The more similiar content (articles) you put on your site, the more authority you get from search engines...Individual hubs seem to just be out on their own.

  6. cascoly profile image61
    cascolyposted 10 years ago

    it's not that topics have different rates per se, but that people LOOKING for different topics  have different likelihoods of clicking on ads - eg, someone looking for poetry, or following a friend /follower here on HP is less likely to click on an ad than someone who found your hub while trying to find a good deal on a camera.  the content of your hub ultimately isnt as important as the chance that it will attract a person who is going to click on an ad.  so, for many of us, you need to decide whther you're writing hubs to entice ad-clickers, or for some other, less mercenary reason

    1. aa lite profile image84
      aa liteposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Actually that is not true.  With the HubPages Ad program we get paid by impressions rather than by clicks.  You can see that from the earnings page.  With Adsense different keywords have very different CPC, from 2cents to several $.

  7. g37752 profile image61
    g37752posted 10 years ago

    Nobody has mentioned this, but I suspect internal views (views from fellow hubbers) are a lot less valuable compared to external views (e.g., views from Google search)?

  8. sparkster profile image84
    sparksterposted 10 years ago

    In my experience the Hubpages Ad program pays about $3 per 1000 views.  So it would take about 100,000 to make $300.


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