Despite my HubPages traffic declining over the past several months, my AdSense impressions are pretty decent thanks to my blog and Xomba. As a result, I picked up my first AdSense check yesterday for $105.
This was five months after starting here on HubPages and was an exciting event. I can't complain too loudly about anything.
You are welcome. I saw that you did that and have been watching some of your posts. I am getting a fair amount of my income from Xomba as well. So I will actually try to do more there to see if I can increase my income the next couple of months.
Anybody else can join under my link by checking out my article about my second month on Xomba.
Can you copy your hubpages articles to sites such as xomba, im where do you place links to hubpage articles? I dont tink i like blogger.com, I havent found it that easy to navigate and not getting many views on there
Yes, on Xomba you simply create links to your Hubs. You have to provide a 50 word summary which only takes about 3 minutes. I have gotten about 100 views to my Hubs from Xomba itself. Plus AdSense is placed by all your links. I have been earning about $10 per month on Xomba also.
Congratulations, Kidgas! The first one is always the best one!
Sounds like Xomba is similar to SheToldMe - where you just post links to your stuff. Someone mentioned to me that SheToldMe might be in trouble because it goes against AdSense TOS - have you heard anything about it?
A few months ago I started a thread that pointed out that shetoldme had a significant level of traffic from sources disallowed by adsense, the site owner came on the thread explained that the traffic did not go to any adsense pages and he blocked those sources from visiting as a precaution
Unfortunately, many people didnt read the whole thread to see the positive conclusion...I still use it now and get good returns from my chitika ads/ not so much from adsense..but a little
Maybe there is new news?... i would be curious
As for Xomba - I def suggest jumping on that train- very profitable if you remember to use your keyword tool to hit the big paying ads - i hit over 40usd last week in xomba earnings - and have only been an active member for 3-4 weeks!
On Xomba, its all about keywords, you can very easily control the ads that appear...I use only xombytes across two accounts, after backlinking ALL my hubs than all of my referrals hubs! and then some of my web pages...and seeing quick earnings, I started submitting links and unique summaries for high paying keywords...so as far as xomba goes, dont waste your time reading any of my work! just use your keyword research tools its an awesome way to test a keyword out..if it i can spend two minutes setting up a xomblurb and it performs well than I have motivation to post a hub, if that performs well, than i might make a site
this week because of weird lows in hub based adsense earnings, xomba is actually teh bigger earner...but if i also took in account ebay, amazon and my other aff networks- hubs blows xomba away
Congratulations on getting your first cheque. I hope you spend it on something good. I have been surprised at how few clicks I have had - i know no one can ask people to click but I would have thought hubbers would know how best to show there appreciation of a hub they have read I always try to after I have enjoyed a hub. I shall take a look at xomba Thanks again
What you're "asking" people to do is unethical and potentially incredibly harmful at the very least. You don't ever click on another hubber's ads. It is an attempt to cheat the system and you will get someone shut down by Adsense. You're not doing ANYONE any favors by doing that.
Sorry I have no wish to be unethical or harmful. Maybe just my being new has meant a lack of understanding. But if you are saying no hubber uses the ads that appear - who does? Are you saying that if I read a hub and see an ad which is interesting I mustn't click on it? I thought it was just ads on my own hubs that I couldnt click on.
because of the various ways our adsense ids are shared around the site..its safer to just not click ads, and certainly never use an adclick as a "thank you"... that being said, I click an ad if it fills me with curiosity ( i dont even notice im doing it)and I dont request that hub users avoid my own ads. many users feel safer not having to worry about google messing up their accounts because another hub user behaved suspiciously. I know who my referrals are and would not click an ad on their pages.
But until you understand how adsense works, know the TOS and the strict way they are enforced and realize how ids are shared across the site...its better to just avoid adsense ads.
Teeseybabe, I know you're new. I know you're learning. If I wasn't trying to help I could have just kept on going and not said a word. You're not the only one who thinks they're helping by doing it. I don't want that kind of help. I enjoy having my Adsense account.
In my opinion, if you're writing at HubPages to make money (versus just for fun, or for creative reasons), you shouldn't be trying to make money off other hubbers clicking around on your articles.
I realize we're all consumers too, but I will not risk anyone losing their accounts because I clicked on their ads. It has happened to people.
Your goal should be to reach outsiders via search engine traffic. THEY are the ones you want to click on your ads. They are the ones you want buying your Amazon products.
Okay I understand - dont click on ads no matter what- they are just for outsiders from search engines - I really hadnt read that anywhere before.I really wasnt suggesting we all spend all day clicking on each others ads just saying that if I found it interesting then I would click the hubbers ad i really didnt think i was breaching ad code and am sorry if that is how it came accross. It does Seem a shame as most people viewing our hubs are in all probability hubbers themselves.Yes I am writing for enjoyment.But part of that is to see if I can earn any money - isnt that what this thread is celebrating?
Just a couple of minutes ago, I got my first Adsense check. I reached the pay out amount last December. It's not much in US dollars - $130 but if you translate it to local currency, that's equivalent to a one - month...