How many hubs do you think it takes to make payout every month?
It's not the number of hubs that determines payout, but the number of page views and ad clicks. One person could have 100 hubs that get very low views and clicks, and not make payout, while another could have 10 that are popular, and make payout every month.
If you write in saturated topics and in competition with thousands of established authority websites, you're unlikely to ever make money.
However, if you learn to create titles that rank well in Google on high traffic, low competition topics, it's possible to reach payout from Google each month with just one hub.
Make pay out on just one hub really? Thank you for answering my question that was very encouraging.
It has nothing to do with number of hubs and everything to do with levels of traffic. So yes, if you have a hub that gets 50,000 views/month, you'll make more money than one that gets 10 views/month.
by Toni16 months ago
Just wondering how people are doing. My other account gets a payout every 2-3 months.
by Sophia Angelique6 years ago
Well, I would have made it sooner if it hadn't been for stupid Panda. But after a year, I finally got to the place where I've achieved payout in one month! Now if I could actually get a payout every month from...
by SpaceShanty4 years ago
Some people seem to manage it after a few months, some after a few years, whats your story?
by Andria6 years ago
Can I?I have a couple of smaller accounts. As Amazon currently operates, my earnings go into one pot. From what I can understand, that won't happen once HP take over my Amazon. Or am I wrong?If I'm not, why not? I am...
by Kathleen Odenthal3 years ago
How many people make payout every month?Just curious how many writers actually make payout every month. I just made payout for my first time, but am nowhere near making payout every month (basing that on average...
by Aman Ullah Ghazi3 weeks ago
Need detailed and honest explaination.
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