I've been a member for a while and write rich hubs. Why am I getting pathetic earnings even now?
Try promoting your articles on Yahooanswers, Twitter, Blogger, Examiner, Pinterest, Facebook, and link your other Hubs together. I hope this helps.
...because there are 15 hubs, all on different topics. Not to sound harsh, but that's barely getting going, and not really enough for people to find you organically very easily. I'd also wonder if you have paid attention to keywords, as well as the commercial viability of your hubs. We're paid by sales and advertisements, so it depends very much on the number of sales and how much advertisers are paying for ads on that topic.
From what I can see, you have an awesome start. In the world of open-submission, however, it is still just a start.
That's interesting because I was under the false pretense that having a diverse "variety" of hub topics would give me broad exposure and a greater chance of hitting a hot topic by accident. So concentrating on a certain area and dominating it would be the better way to go? As for keywords and ads, my SEO knowledge kind of sucks and I tend to get caught up writing without thinking about the words I'm using. I guess I need to be more stragetic about that.
Honestly it takes a while to start really seeing good dividends on here. Patience is the key. Keep writing and reading the advice of expert hubbers. There are some great hubs out there that you should read. Learning seo and keyword research is a must. So is social bookmarking. I found a very useful set of you tube videos on marketing by Jon ochs. You might check that out.
by tobey100 7 years ago
I've been away for a while. What does the capital A mean after each of my hubs in my account?
by amymarie_5 6 years ago
I've been on hubpages for one week and have made a whopping 20 cents on adsense. Is that typical?I've been working hard on my Hubs and bookmarking and backlinking. Is there anything more I should be doing?
by BrianFanslau 9 years ago
I've been writing now for 5 weeks and have taken the hub challenge semi-seriously. BUT I don't know what you would like to read.I've written a smattering of hubs from Traffic tips using Twitter to Lyrical Poetry. But I'm curious as to your thoughts on my next set of hubs.I have 5 Topics for my next...
by EmpressFelicity 8 years ago
...from a grand total of £0.00 so far? Any suggestions gratefully received!
by angryelf 5 years ago
Hey everyone! I was wondering how all of you newer hubbers are doing! Finding success? Learning the ropes? I wasn't really active until June or so myself; and have since put quite a few up. I'm up to 31 hubs currently, and I think I've done well! I'm clocking over $10 so far this month! This is...
by Rahul Parashar 17 months ago
The hubs that used to get 50-100 visits a day are down to 10-20 now. While most of the hubs have not been hit as hard, others have. Have you been affected by the update, too? What do you suggest to recover from it?
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