There are many things which determine how much you earn here. Your topic is one thing. Some topics have higher pay out then others, then you have where your page views come from. Some countries have higher pay out than others. Mine is an Average 3 to4 page views
It tends to vary. Those who get most of their views on topics like entertainment tend to make less. Those writing about money and business will tend to make more. Google Adsense will pay out less per view than will the HubPages ad program.
There isn't a simple answer because the value of the ads served isn't constant.
For me, the number generally seems to be somewhere in the vicinity of 20. (And no, I don't know--but would like to!--why that number is so different from the other two respondents.)
by ii3rittles3 years ago
What does it take to earn $200 to $400 a month on hubpages?I am just curious.
by sm8255 years ago
How many views per day do you get on average on Hubpages?How many views per day do you get on average on Hubpages in 2013?
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