Does your highest earning Hub surprise you?
Is it unexpected?
So far mine has. I've made several in depth articles about finding an apartment, overcoming issues with your complex, fostering, unique ways to be kind this Christmas and my two "best" took me all of 20 minutes to write are about how to make slime.....
No. My highest earning article is a how-to. It is the only how-to article I have and is it is unique in the sense there is not any competition on Google. It is how-to level a concrete bird bath. Not a very popular topic, but it gets upward to a dozen views a day. I wish I had more how-to articles that are unique and popular. I should put on my thinking cap ;-)
My new thing is anytime I go to Google something...see if i can write about it lol.
You are off to a great start Sarah. I see most of your articles on the Niche sites. Kudos! That is a plus for traffic. Two things to remember is writing for the internet is a learning experience and an adventure. And, it always begins with writing.
Frequently. My highest earning hub at one point of time in 2014 was getting me 1500+ views per day. Yeah, that's right -- per day -- that one hub. The highest that I noted was above 2300 views.
And then it went down, now it won't get even 500 views. And the worst part that I've noticed about this whole scenario is, there is not a lot you can do about it. The other articles available on the same topic, various algorithm updates by Search engines and many other reasons are just beyond your control.
All you can do is, get the research done properly, and put in your best efforts, whether it's the content or the presentation.
by How? 6 years ago
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by Ravi Kola 8 weeks ago
I have around 547 views on my article but o earning. How many views do I need to get to start earning?
by Aimee S 18 months ago
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by P. Thorpe Christiansen 5 years ago
Squidoo has been recommended to me. Is there more money there... than here at Hubpages? The site looks kind of silly while Hubpages has a more dignified or classy look.
by Liz Elias 3 weeks ago
I'm extremely under-impressed since the **Maven** takeover. Yes, I regard it as a hostile takeover, and not a friendly merger!My earnings and traffic are WAY, WAY DOWN compared to last year at this same time, when they were way, way UP!!While I am still making payout each month, I am seeing a...
by Gener Geminiano 9 years ago
Hehehe Im nearing the 40 dollars mark and determined than ever to make more hubs... polish my writing skill and write about articles that could generate expensive clicks... My previous hubs are still raw and needs improvements but aching to make a lot more of improved and quality hubs... Hehehe...
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