I'm logging into Adsense hourly to see if I reach the threshold today - I'm $1.05 away and counting!!! Woohoo - so cool to see the money come in over time...really makes the effort worth it...
(Love the new feature on Forums that allows you to select a category!).
Or wot! If I was that close I would be checking it on the hour too! I got my fingers crossed for you Simey!
You will get there and no you arent sad. I remember a time where I used to do exactly what you are talking about.
Now I check my adsense randomly. Sometimes once a day and sometimes once a week and even for a while was going with once a month.
The thing with going once a month is it doesnt work because you need to login much more that that to check on stats that are working and what isnt.
Keep up the good work and you can realize adsense as a major source of income.
so so did you hit it yet did you hit it yet? I wanna know!!!!
Woohoo! a merry christmas indeed Simey hope the clicks come in quick!
by richypee 8 years ago
Now I have more time for writing hubs, not more than 70 hubs a week. I will be writing on topics that interest me. You may wander, will this be possible, ya, I will write more than 10 hubs a day because I got more time for that.
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
Unlike all you lucky people in the US, I have to wait till $150 for a payout. And with just five days left for the month, I need to make $2.22 per day to reach payout this month. The question, of course, is whether I can do it. I've had a few days where I got between $3-5 but most days average...
by Nelle Hoxie 6 years ago
Inspired by fellow hubber Misha and his fabulous success - One hub = $100 a day - I've decided in a good natured way to see if I can get a hub of mine to do that. I usually go after long tail phrases and get a bit of money out of each of my hubs - and I do quite well with that! But change and...
by saleheensblog 7 years ago
oh, you can't? My account is now 6 month old. I can apply for adsense but I am afraid I have currently 5 hubs published that have got ads disabled by HP. Will I apply keeping those published? Will adsense count those contents that don't have their ads? Will I unpublish for now and apply? Will I...
by makemoneyonline 10 years ago
I have very patiently blogged on hubpages (yeah I know it's not a blog but technically it's kind of ) for 8 months now and I really advise newbies to do like me to gain some real experiences ( as exposed in this article http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-switch-to-hubpages ) and after some success (see...
by Brie Hoffman 6 years ago
I just switched to HP from adsense and have noticed that there are some ads that I find offensive (for women in Russia for example). I find it interesting that HP will ding me if I put something off-color on my hubs but this is allowed. How do I get these kinds of ads off my hubs?
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