What determines the revenue potential of a Hub?
When you click "Stats" on your Hub and "$" symbols appear that represent your revenue potential, what determines this? I realized that it wasn't the word count but that's about all I know.
HubPages has never specified, but some of us have noted that if you just change the tags for the Hub, those dollar signs can change.
However, a $$ Hub with a ton of traffic that connects well with its audience will always out-earn a $$$$$ that just tried to hit certain words and missed out on giving readers what they need.
by Kim Harris 7 years ago
I've never had only 1 $ on a hub before! This week end I published my first short story and thought the 1 $ was because short story hubs pay terribly low - even lower than poetry hubs! Then I published another hub in my usual genre that typically yields 3 $$$. I only got 1 $ for...
by Novel Treasure 5 years ago
Why was revenue potential $$$ removed from the stats section of hubs?We use to be able to go to stats and see revenue potential anywhere from $ to $$$$$ but that is no longer listed under stats. Why?
by guidebaba 8 years ago
How to make good, wise and clever use of "Revenue Potential" Data.I have observed that the more links I add to a Hub, the revenue potential drops. Lesser and Very Relevant Links works best and takes the Hub on top of search engines. For e.g, the above data is from one of my hub that has...
by kmackey32 8 years ago
Whats it mean when it says the Revenue Potential is $$$$$? Is that good?
by JR Krishna 6 years ago
What determines the revenue potential of a hub?In the stat section under hub metrics, the revenue potential is given as ‘$’ for a hub which receives maximum number of page views whereas for some hubs, which receive only a handful of page views, the revenue potential is given as ‘$$$’ or...
by Pro Design Source 7 years ago
How does Hubpages calculate the Revenue Potential on the Stats page of each hub?
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