Hi guys. Im a writer over at Listverse. There was an announcement on the site today - more like asking for reader feedback- but the point is this.
The site owner mentioned that large sites are closing down "due to loss of ad revenue. " Apparently there's been changes to the online advertising market making it hard to "maintain high traffic sites from advertising revenue alone. "
I just need to know from the more revenue savvy hubbers if these changes (I don't even know what they are) will negatively impact the Hubpages earning program?
From what I've seen, both HP and AdSense are doing an excellent job as to garnering ad revenue. The only problem is Google's neverending machinations when it comes to indexing. The one internet constant is change.
Advertising revenues at this site appear to be going up since the purchase by the Maven group. Besides HP, they have a lot of other sites that are supported only by advertising revenue.
Adblockers are a problem so it is possible that the number of your impressions will tend to go down, even if you have more page views. The only thing you can do about that is write more successful articles so that you will have more page views.
"The only thing you can do about that is write more successful articles so that you will have more page views."
Darned difficult, that.
These days I just write whatever comes to mind and throw it against the proverbial wall. Some stick. Some don't.
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