How Many $$ do the majority of your Hubs have? Any way of Increasing them?

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  1. Skarlet profile image87
    Skarletposted 6 years ago

    How Many $$ do the majority of your Hubs have? Any way of Increasing them?

    I seem to have mostly 3 and 4, with a few 5....And some of my earliest ones have two or even 1. Can anything be done to improve it?

  2. Dale Hyde profile image85
    Dale Hydeposted 6 years ago

    Mine average three most of the time. I have heard that these have absolutely no bearing on the actual earnings of a hub.  I have seen this to be true on some of my hubs. I have some with just a couple making me more money that ones that have five. As to improving it, not sure what would do that. I don't think that anything will change the signs in an existing hub. I have not seen it when I have tweaked some of my hubs.

  3. thranax profile image44
    thranaxposted 6 years ago

    Yup. Want to increase the $ marks? its how you implement what keywords and what money making capsules. I had a $$ hub I added two amazon capsules to and it went to $$$. I also had two $$$ hubs on just the title and tags and when I filled in the actually body content and images it dropped to $$. This number actually does mean something, its based on the keywords, ad position, and amazon items/keywords. For the most part, if you ram a ton of "buyer" traffic to these pages, say a niche page, the ones with the higher $ statistically will do better based on those factors, but the hub I made the most off of on adsense is a $$$ and the hub I made the most probably off of amazon are $$.

    Hope that helps,


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    JThomp42posted 6 years ago

    I'm totally in the dark on this one?? Can someone tell me where you see these dollar symbols?

    1. Rebecca2904 profile image75
      Rebecca2904posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      When you click on the 'stats' tab at the top of one of your hubs it's under the section 'Hub metrics'... I'm not sure if it's really anything important though, I think the general consensus is that it doesn't have any real impact on earnings.

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      JThomp42posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Than you very much!!


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