How to earn more from ad-sense and your hubs?
its been up for a day now. I know thats not long at all but ive made a penny and I wanted to know if there are any tweaks I can use.
I don't know the answer, but I'll be coming back to find out if anyone else has a helpful reply.
Just keep your hubs coming. Incorporate a long-tail keyword with decent monthly search values (at least 100k) in each of them. My old account with100 poorly-made hubs and is a year old earns an average of .6 a day but this one managed to achieve that kind of earning in just a matter of weeks with only 26 hubs. This only proves that it's better to focus on quality than quantity. I wish you all the best!
Read and comment on other hubpage author articles and make friends with the authors you visit. This creates a link back to your site on your author friends' sites. Be sure that your comments are significant. No one is fooling anyone with a shallow comment like "Great Post!"
Another thing to do when creating your posts is to be sure to link to Amazon products that relate to your topic. The more relevant to your topic your links, the more money you are likely to make.
Back-link like crazy! Also make sure you have a title that works well on search engines.
Back linking is when you supply links on other websites like Face Book for example. If you do it to much people will think you are spamming, but some sites will even pay you to back-link,(like RedGauge).
The easiest way to create back links is to comment on articles written by others. When someone reading what you wrote wants to know more about you, they simply click on your avatar and check you out.
However, back-linking only on HP is only part of it. The most productive form is when you back-link on other sites.
by AbFreak101 3 years ago
i have around 12 hubs and im making maybe 10 cents a day.Who here makes at least $100 a month and how many hubs do you have
by Jonathan Cooper 12 months ago
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by Cindy Lawson 7 years ago
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by durgyy 7 years ago
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