I am new on hubapges and got 3000 views in first 1 month.But earned only 0.70$.Does earning money depends on views or on what like ads,impression etc?
A lot depends on the topic of your article. You publish a lot of poetry which may not attract adverts.
Views need to be converted to impressions, which means readers staying the page long enough to see the adverts. If poetry is short, readers will just skim and not register an impression.
And it's daily views/impressions which count, as earnings are calculated daily not monthly.
Should I delete my poetry hubs?
No. Unless you want to publish them somewhere else.
Start looking for other topics to write about. Check out the network sites. Click on the HubPages logo above and look at the list down the right hand side of the page.
Some of your articles are not self standing. Those won't earn well here. Also, work to refine your grammar. It makes for an awkward read.
I understand yours words but tell me that what is range of monthly or daily views for a new hubber.
There is no real range. It depends solely on the quality and topics of the content.
Can we make 10k views in a month as new hubber,if content is perfect.
There is no such thing as perfect content. It all about what's trending, how good your SEO skills are, and how you're formatting your work. So there is no way to know. Some people do, but it's rare. Poetry alone will probably not get you there.
I agree but tell what kind of articles bring higher traffic.please send some helpful links.
That is research that you should be doing. It is not anyone's job to tell you what to write. You can read our FAQ to get started. https://hubpages.com/faq/
When you find out, let us all know
I am new. Fisrt of all I made mistake to publish many poems and also publish them in not more than a week.
I think you are actually doing quite well. You have a lot of Hubs transferred to Letterpile. While that niche site is notorious for low earnings and traffic, at least there's still something. You are certainly making more than what I did in my first months too.
If you want to up the game, then I suggest you look at the other niche sites. Then decide which would be an area where you could churn out competitive content.
PS: Your poetry hubs aren't making you much. But they wouldn't harm you too. Leave them as they are. They will still make you some money now and then.
What was your
traffic and earning in beginning when you published poetry.
Welcome to HubPages. You've done well with the poems. Why not take a little detour? Write about other subjects you're interested and passinated good success!
I am searching topics that bring high traffic and soon I will publish them.
No, your mistake was to publish on this site without researching it first. All new authors should read the articles in the Learning Center (Help button, upper right) before they publish anything on HubPages.
Bev, you're fun.
By asking these questions you learn what you need to do to generate earnings. Check out the Help Center and good luck!
I have understood many things which I didn't have any idea.thanks for your guidline.
I see that this author has posted 10 different chapters of a book within just a few days. Very different grammar than other articles. The book was originally written in Arabic , I have a sneaking suspicion, that plagiarism isn’t welcomed on this site , if that’s what is going on here. You can’t just post someone else’s book but written in English.
Osman, I write mainly poetry, but I always add additional commentary or text to increase the article's word count. I also publish articles on other topics and essays from time to time, that gain more views than poetry. I have articles on about nine different niche sites. So, you can still have poetry here, but if so you need to diversify.
Osman, Jodah has given great advice as far as poetry goes, but writing poetry isn't my thing.
My advice for branching out from poetry is to do as others have suggested, which is look over the various HubPages niche sites. People often turn to Google to help them answer a question or solve a problem. If you have education, experience or knowledge in a topic or topics that allow you to help people solve problems, answer their questions or give them advice, those would probably be good topics to write about. Even if you don't have lots of interest or experience in a subject, if you have figured out a clever solution to a problem or come up with a clever method of getting something done, this would probably be a good topic to write about.
Is there a topic or topics in which your family, friends and acquaintances seek you out for advice? Do you have a talent that people are always commenting on favorably? How can you help people with your knowledge, talent, experience, expertise, education or passion? Consider writing about these things and when you title your article, think about what a person might type into the Google search box when they are looking for help regarding this topic.
Certain topics like losing weight or making money on the internet are over-saturated, so stay away from those; giving out questionable medical advice is a no-no, also. But most other topics should be ok. Write about a handful of topics and then watch to see if any get more traffic for you than others. Once you figure out which topics get more traffic for you, write more articles on those successful topics. As you can imagine, all this takes work, time and patience.
And yes, read the articles at the Learning Center for advice that is much more in-depth.
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