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How much money would you get for an average of 200-300 views per day on all your

  1. susi10 profile image94
    susi10posted 5 years ago

    How much money would you get for an average of 200-300 views per day on all your hubs?

  2. brianrock profile image87
    brianrockposted 5 years ago

    Your earnings rate (CPM) can vary according to several factors, possibly including your niche, the source of the traffic, and some other things. Once you account for the percentage of pageviews that go to HubPages, you can expect an average of somewhere between $2 to $3 CPM.

    Let's say you estimate on the high end. 300 page views per month * 30 days = 9000 page views per month. 9000 page views per month * $3 per 1000 views = $27 per month. All things considered, you'd probably earn somewhere in the neighborhood of $15 to $25, depending on how close you got to those high end estimates.

    1. susi10 profile image94
      susi10posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks, so much! I'll take all the advice into consideration!

  3. wychic profile image89
    wychicposted 5 years ago

    It all depends on whether it's high-quality traffic or not. You may get 200-300 completely useless views, or you may get 200-300 with an incredibly high click-through and/or purchase rate. Even at that, it depends on what each click or purchase is worth to you. For instance, I have a hub that has sparked the purchase of a LOT of books...that I get about .10 each from (I primarily gear my hubs toward Amazon sales). The hub has over 40,000 hits, but about $150 in earnings. Another hub sparks the purchase of a dog training tool that I usually get about $2 off of each sale. This one has about 9,000 hits, but has made around $300. I'm linking the hub I wrote off of a similar question, as well as one that explains traffic vs conversions and why traffic numbers alone really don't mean anything. … ond-Income … -Important

    1. susi10 profile image94
      susi10posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your answer! I never really thought of that. You might get 200-300 views but they could be very low-quality. Yes, you're right.