How many page views do you have to get to make $1 on Hub Pages?
My old account has an average of 800 views per day and it earns at least $1.5 a day. It has 100+ plus hubs but that account was made out of fun. I never done any keyword research while making those hubs. This one on the other hand earns an average of .8 a day with only 30+ hubs and an average of 500 views a day. So you need at least 700 to earn $1 a day.
Depends on your CPM. In my case I'd need maybe 250-300 views. CPM fluctuates though so it can be lower or higher.
by Jonas Renfold5 years ago
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by arun kuruvilla3 years ago
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by jasonycc7 years ago
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by CZCZCZ5 years ago
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by freelanceauthor7 years ago
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