How much, on average, do you earn per hub, per month on Hubpages?
I really just started 3 months ago. But I seem to average only about $1.50 a month! I'm improving slowly. The more I write, the more I participate, post, link things to FB, Twitter, Pinterest, etc...
It takes time I guess?
Per Hub is to hard to say since each article gets different amounts of traffic. At least that is where I'm at. Oh I hope someone that makes decent money on here replies. I'd love to know of people actually making checks every month! I feel as if I'm an eternity away from my goals.
For my 50 Hubs in last 4 months I am getting $75-$90 a month as of now. So average earnings per hubs is around $1.5 to $1.8.
Whereas, some Hubs are earning $10+ A month and some are below $0.5. It depends on topic of Hub and how much traffic you are getting.
wow. That is the most impressive reply yet. Do you write for the love of writing? or earning? I want to write about trending topics. I suppose research is in order here. If I could make $50 a month, I'd be happy and motivated, but I love writing
Are you on the hubpages ad program or adsense?
I would say $1.20 per month. I write mostly poetry which is not a big "seller." I'm okay with that.
Well, do you mean earn from an accounting revenue recognition perspective? In accrual accounting, revenue/earnings are recorded when they are earned, not necessarily when they are received. I say this only because I've not earned anything from a cash accounting perspective, having never reached the threshold for payment receipt. If the money was considered earned under an accounting theory, my average would be some loose change every month. Now, i can't speak to what others average but I assume it's less than what you'll find under a vending machine.
Earnings on HP depends on views and the more you write obviously the more views you will have in the process the earnings increase.It is different for every one
Since I'm just getting started and my earnings are increasing every month, it's hard to say, but at this point, I'm getting about a dollar a week, so about $4 to $5 a month.
Hoping it grows to a couple dollars a day so that it will take care of my student loans when I graduate
Probably not, but even a couple dollars a day would let me forget my student loans. In any case, it's better than nothing
spongy I am talking less than 2 bucks a month, not per day. 2 years here and have never made a pay out.
Has that changed for you? I've been averaging about 25 cents a day for a while, but I've been working hard to boost that. I don't think it's unrealistic to be able to make a few dollars a day.
Really? You seem to be doing so well. You have more hubs and followers than I do and I make a few dollars a month at least.
I write stuff that seems to have a very narrow "niche" (or I'm just terrible at marketing myself) so I'm not exactly raking in page views. Let's just say I'm a long way from ever getting any sort of payout, but then I'm not in a big hurry either.
I pay my internet service provider, and ....buy some beer most months...some months, I pay my mother on the ongoing beer tab as well
I think I made about $250 in November....been doing this a while...so I know what DOESN'T make money, at least.
Last month was my best month so far.. I made an entire dime! Woo! Woo!!
I've been able to earn a payout each month. Each month is a little bit more than the next. It's like a game for me. I'm hoping to hit triple digits in the next 3 months.
Triple digits? Where's the decimal point in that?
I'd just be happy to get a payout every month. That $50 would be a big help with my student loans. Getting there fast though. Up to a steady 25 cents a day now, give or take.
after the three digits i.e. 100.00. FYI... I was able to hit that goal. Not consistently every month but it was achievable.
Well I can't really say on hubpages because I've only been here a very short time but I've been on Squidoo a while and with the recent google slaps and all it's probably comparable. I would say ~$2.5 / month per hub.
I'm relatively new, less than two months, and I make maybe two dollars a month. Not great. I figure, if I keep at it, and learn the techniques to gain steady google traffic, I'll boost that number considerably.
I've been on seven months. A lot of my hubs are columns I wrote for a newspaper back in the 1990s, and due to the fact that they are not good "Googley" search hubs (ie. they are creative writing), they have gone idle. So with about 28 published hubs (and many of those book reviews and recipes, which I'm finding don't do well either), I'm getting about $20 - $25 a month now. I will slowly be adding in more hubs along topic lines that I'm seeing work well, and hopefully will slowly see that increase.
very slow earning, nothing in my account, even more than 1000s views till now.
Just about enough for a coffee - lucky coffee is cheap here
I have been here for two weeks, and have earned $3.50 so I am happy
Well I joined something like 5 weeks ago and have written 16 hubs. I so far made 96 cents. i am hoping this will go up as I write more hubs.
Heh. Since I don't yet have any sort of advertising account, I guess my answer would have to be zero.
I am not getting the required traffic. But I think I earn around 25 cents per month, per hub on hubpages.
As an absolute average, not very much. Instead, I like to think of things in tiers of success.
About 5% to 10% of my hubs are successful (1,000+ views / month). So they get on average $2 to $3 per month.
Another 10% to 20% fall into the "moderately successful" range, getting more like 100 or a few hundred views. Which translates into an average of $0.25 to $0.50 per month.
The rest make pennies per month.
The key, in my mind, is to write a lot so you maximize the number of successful, profitable hubs. You can't succeed with every one, so don't worry about the ones that fail.
Lately about....40 cents a month. Ain't gonna pay for anything!
Previous to the last few months - 6-9cents.
LONG LONG LONG way from a pay out!
Oh well...narrow niche I currently write in, so it can't be helped. Will branch out soon!
Hehe - I'm happy with it - most of it come from one single hub. Unfortunately, even though I've tried to do similar hubs, they don't seem to be taking as well. Oh well.
That's hard to say as I am always adding new hubs and my earnings are going up for the past few months. I've been on Hubpages for a long time but have only been paid for the past year (had a bit of technical difficulty signing up for the pay programs.) Anyway... last month I made $72 and almost 130 hubs which comes out to 55 cents per hub per month. These Hubs are on pretty obscure and varied topics so they don't get a lot of hits, nor am I "creating my own brand" by writing about the same thing over and over (which they say is the key to making the big bucks.) It's not a get-rich quick scheme but it is nice to be paid for doing something I would be doing anyway (writing articles.) Besides this at 55 cents a month each Hub could potentially continue to earn for years which is nice. I mean if you find someone to pay you for an article most of the time you'll get $10-15 but if a Hub stays earning for three years it'd be worth almost $20. I guess it is a game of patience.
Nothing, yet. But I'm new, I only posted 10 hubs, so hopefully one day.
It sounds like there is a degree of variation. If you really want to make money on this site, you have to really do your research and write about stuff that people either want or NEED to read about. As well as be creative with how you get the necessary traffic to your page. Then again, I just joined this site so what do I know...
I earn, the enrichment of being able to express my interest. Honestly, a few years ago, I tried the whole affilliated venue. It was consuming so much of my time keeping up with my hubs and accounts, it really is not worth it. If you have a seperated site, that you are selling products, this is a good way to optimized your site. I used to do SEO tech for businesses, one thing we did for our clients was to make articles, post videos,and write fake reviews. The more information you have, about one particular thing, on seperate sites, can lead to first page optimaztion. Yeah, its not so much in the embeded hmtl. It has to do with popularity of one phrase. Youtube, is a great tool for this, so if you plan on selling anything online, it would be a great start. Pay per clicks, well there is, really no money in it, unless you have 1000's of hours to invest in hubs and other freelance writing sites. One site is not going to cut it, just for 1 cent per click, even 1 dollar. I don't want to rain on anyone's parade, I'm just speaking from experience. This, is a good optimaztion tool, just like youtube. That's all. Its just for fun, for me. I'm just writing about,, my relationship with my boyfriend Enrico Mattedi. He has been optimized..lol
LOL on optimizing your boyfriend. Unfortunately, the affiliate partners only pay out after certain $$$ have accumulated and then they charge which means no $$$. It's a joke!
Yeah, its all just for fun for me, but anyone who looks him up around the world will find everything ai posted and a link to my facebook. lol, im not in it for the money. I used to have an online store, It was a pain to ship. everything.
I am earning average $ 2 - 3 per month form all of my articles on hubpages. Hope I can increase my earning.
I've only been writing since mid-January, so it's been two months. So far, I have 20 hubs. I started in the Apprenticeship program in January, so I am slowly learning how to build useful and interesting hubs that will hopefully increase traffic. I just started earning Google commissions this week, and it came to all of 80 cents. Thankfully, I am earning Bonuses with each hub in the Apprenticeship program. As long as I follow the HubPages guidelines, I will continue earning Bonuses up to 12 months. Hopefully by then, I will have 100 hubs and earning much more in Google and Ebay commissions. Unfortunately, I cannot earn anything from Amazon since North Carolina (my state) does not allow for Amazon Affiliates. With that being said, the Apprenticeship program has been an awesome venture for me. I'm learning new things each month on building hubs that will hopefully bring more traffic. I would suggest it to anyone who wants to build their HubPages business. :-)
Really very hard to say earning about per hub ..jst i have 3 hubs and 2 featured hub .. lol..
My highest month was $140. I figure that my most popular hub, at just a hair under 100,000 views, has made me about $435 in the 20 months since I published it. I moved my non-performing hubs to an upfront payment site and am focusing on keeping my very best work at Hub Pages.
Still in 2nd Gear. By the end of the month I may be driving in 5th gear and once you pick us further acceleration depends upon fellow hubbers to make way.
Definitely not making me rich, but over time traffic seems to always grow...By now I've made enough to compensate for the time I put into hubpages so I like to think that from now on everything is just icing on the cake.
I joined a year ago, wrote 3-4 crappy articles and earned 3 dollars that entire year. Talk about passive income!
not a penny yet as I am A new person to this site, will let you know later,
I'm still working on it. Since I am still new in hubpages I will take things smoothly and wait for the time to register on Hubpages earning program.
I signed up to advertising on March 8th. I currently have 7 hubs and have made $11.53 this month. So about 1.50 - 2.00 per hub in one month - depending on how you adjust for the 8 days the were not set up to make money.
But 4/5 of my views come from 2 of the 7 articles. Those two articles have made about $4.00 so far this month, the other 5 have made less and $1.00 each.
I have Adsense also, but have made very little from it on Hubpages, I do much better on my YouTube Channel with Adsense.
I plan on adding ebay and amazon next week.
Not even a penny...............................................................
I have been here on hubPages since March 8, 2013 and after 16 hubs I got $0.91.
Thanks to hubPages for featuring all my 16 hubs and I just published the 17th hub.
Thank you hubPages for giving me the chance.
I joined years ago and then neglected it due to other commitments. Even though I never published anything, I was still getting clicks. It's not anything impressive (yet) but it shows that if you work at it properly yhttp://learninginlife.hubpages.com/question/213662/how-much--on-average--do-you-earn-per-hub--per-month-on-hubpages#ou can get to triple digits.
i earn $9 per month, an average 0.30 per day with 120-150 views. I have 111 hubs
Between $3 and $5 a month, but I actually never hit the $5 mark without affiliate sales. I have 40 hubs that get about 50-60 views a day, altogether. Obviously, the numbers are not great...
I have 80+ hubs. I've been writing here for a little over a year. As far as hub ad revenue, I get between $16 to $30 per month. The average is about $24, I think. My amazon fluctuates, but I average about $30 to $65 per month there. What about you? My outside affiliate links are starting to generate revenue, but I don't have my finger on a number (but its still low right now). How about you?
These answers are all from three years ago. Are there any recent answers?
(shrugs) I've actually managed a few payouts here 'n' there since I last answered this Q, but still... mostly between "doodly" and "squat."
I track my earnings, and my hubs average 10-75 cents per hub per month, and that includes HP Ad Program, AdSense and Amazon commissions. It's not a lot, but it earns more than some of my blogs and niche sites, so I'll take it.
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