How many views do you get normally for a single article and how much do you earn?
I have been here at hubpages since February. I have written 12 articles and getting 9000+ views. While the money which I am able to make is less than $15 till now.
Why is this so? Is this the case with all of you?
How many views do you get and how much do you earn from a single article?
Your earnings are not that bad. 2 years and no payout yet. Earnings are from clicks on ads, Amazon, clicks on eBay products, not views. The more views means traffic and increases chances of sales, as well as ad clicks.
but with 2000 views we can expect a few clicks. but this is not the case and i dont know why ...
Only ONE Adsense advert with your pub-id shows on your content. Way down bottom right. So you won't get much from Adsense in clicks.
Generally you can expect $2-$5/1,000 views.
On this account i get ~2000-3000 views per day and get a few hundred $$ a month.
From both Adsense and Hubpages Ad Program combined? Where are your views coming from? Hubpages? Social media? Google?
yes from both. in fact i have made no money through ad-sense. All of the money is made through ad program .
and most of the traffic is from social media.
Then it may be low quality traffic. All you can do is work on getting traffic from other sources such as Google and other social media.
After you've written more hubs, you'll start seeing more money being earned. You are doing well compared to many writers here. Keep at it and you should do well.
by peachy 6 years ago
Some of my hubs, I do include Ebay capsules that are related to my hubs but I had not earn a single cent nor a single click nor any impression from Ebay. Do I need to key in anything in the Ebay capsules like the ID? May I know what went wrong?
by Violet 2 years ago
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by alternativeto 5 years ago
I wonder how much can you earn with 1000 views. as hubpages says do you get 2$ or less?Please share your personal experience.
by Nathan Bernardo 2 years ago
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by glendoncaba 9 years ago
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by Nathaniel Zhu 8 years ago
100 Adsense Pg Views 0 CentsIs this normal?
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