How many page views does it take to hit $50?
I know this varies, but I am curious if anyone may have an estimated idea if possible? Also, does more page views received in a shorter amount of time earn more than the same amount over a longer period of time?
Example, would 1000 page views in 1 week earn more than 1000 page views would a month?
No, page views are page views. To reach the $50 threshold, it will probably take 1000 views per day for 30 days. This is what I have experienced.
i was thinking on another level- how many hubs are required to take to 100$, does anyone has an answer?
Good question, but I don't think there is really an answer to that because it would depend on how many page views each hub was getting... If what JT said about 30,000 views to hit $50 that would mean if 1 hub got 60,000 views it could hit the $100.
Well my first $50 was reached at 23000 views. So I guess $100 would be 46000
thanks Bills Place and Chris, perhaps then i have to wait a little longer to reach the 100$ mark
I believe it depends on the value of your content in advertising terms as no hubbers portfolio matches another and that value will even fluctuate from day to day.
From the last couple of years on here I would say you're looking at around $0.01 per every 3 page views based on my experience with sports and fitness hubs.
So form the answers I've got, a good estimate is anywhere from 15,000-30,000 page views depending on hub quality, and the quality of advertisements that are shown. This gives me a decent idea of a goal to try and hit with daily page views. thanks .
That sounds about right for me 15000 views upwards to hit that threshold is a rough guesstimate. The topics I write on aren't high paying though
It depends a lot on your CPM. Some people only need closer to 10,000 (or less!) to get $50 because they write about topics with high CPM.
So if your CPM is around $2-3, then it will take you a lot more page views than if your CPM was closer to $5-6.
In my experience, i need around 18,000 page views to get $50. But it can change over time as my CPM average changes, or as I write different content.
As to your second question, you always want to get more page views, because you will make more money that way. So it is always better to get 1000 page views in a week than a 100 page views in a month.
On a side note, I make easily 10x more money on my blogs than I do on Hubpages, so consider your options and what your earning goals are, as well as your experience. I was on Hubpages for over 2 years before I gained enough experience to branch out into niche blogging, but it has been successful.
Funny you ask that, I was reading another hubber's hubpage today (please don't ask me which one) and in the hub she stated 25,611! She had 42 hubs and had been on hub pages for approximately 2 years! Now that's a challenge when it comes to getting traffic to visit. tlcs
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