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How much earning can be expected from per 1000 visitors in HubPages?
HubPages is an excellent platform for making money by submitting articles or videos. With the arrival of the HP Ads how much money can anyone make per 1000 visitors ? What is the potential ?
Total? Too many variables for an accurate answer. I will say that from the HP Ad program, I make about three bucks for every one thousand page views.
I get about $5 from Hubpages for 1000 visits. I get basically nothing from adsense. (like .03 or something) and I am not signed up for Ebay and I got nothing for Amazon, unless you want to count the two clicks I got.
i have a friend who gets millions of hits a month and he says he makes $2 per thousand hits. He writes information about how to win at some computer game or something and it is a niche market and he gets millions of hits.
You don't like computer game strategy, do you?
$5 per thousands ! Really ? It seems too much. My Income is way behind you. Are you targeting some high paying keywords ?
My keywords tend to be in financial services. Most of the keywords are kind of pricey. I didn't know that upfront, as that's the busness I am in. Just turned out that way.
Yes, finance tends to pay higher. Do you get enough traffics? I am asking it because finance has fierce completion too (I do not wish to steal your contents... lol).
I get 3 dollars per 1000 visitors.. At 3500 views per day i can count on around 6.50 a day (counting the 60/40 split). BUT it really depends on what you write about that makes your CPM.
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All of us need financial reward for survival. I just wonder if it is really true or not.
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