How many pageviews do I need before I start earning revenue from hubpages?
Just wondering what other peoples experience was? I've had over 3000 views of my hubs combined in total ever (I feel thats a high number but could be wrong). I have made $0 in total, not even a cent. So how many views does it take?
Well it takes some time, I'm just past two years of writing with a little over 150 hubs and have 194,500 page views and have earned $548.32. I earned my first payout of $55.00 after 8 months of writing so it takes some time.
Back in the day writers supposedly earned a lot more but I'm not really here for the money so I don't really care about earnings, just here to enlighten the pathetic sheeple and boy do they need it!
Thank you for your answer, it's a bit of a reality check, looks like I have a lot more pageviews to go before I start earning anything form them.
Before Google put the hammer down on Hub Pages I was making 3.50 to 5.00 a day and averaging around 1,000 page views a day, then in the matter of a few days it went to 200 a day and pennies a day.
I don't know how helpful my answer is but I seem to average about 450 views a day now and make anywhere from $1-$1.50 a day. I don't even know how really, I wish I was making more. I feel I have a lot of featured hubs but the traffic has not been as fabulous as I want! Keep plugging along, you'll get a desired result eventually.
by Christin Sander 5 years ago
Approximately how many page views per month to aim for if we want to hit payout every month?I know it will vary based on content and such most likely, if people click your ads for example you'll get a higher payout with eBay etc. but on average, how many page views per month do you think is a good...
by purnimamoh1982 5 years ago
Is there anyone who gets around 50000 pageviews per day on hubpages?I am curious to know are there hubbers who earn more than 50000 pageviews per day? This is a hypothetical benchmark I have set just to have an idea. I guess there is none.
by Favorites 8 years ago
Anybody please tell me what is the difference between page views and page impressions, because I dont get the same number of page views on my hubpages statistic page and page impressions on my google adsense report.I hope to get a reply soon.Thanksfavorites
by LiamBean 5 years ago
This is not a compliant, but I've noticed that one of my most popular hubs had a drop in page views. It went from about 184,000 views to 172,000 views. I'm just wondering how this happened and what it means.
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
Traffic and earnings appear to be down for many. When do HP expect the benefits of the layout changes to shine through the gloom?
by LauraGT 5 years ago
I've noticed the last couple of days that I have the same number of daily pageviews, on pretty much the same hubs, but my earnings are up about 30%. Anyone have the same experience or an explanation? Maybe a new earnings algorithm?
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