I am happy with my numbers. They continue to increase. I hope the same for all of you.
Hello, Kenna. I feel the exact same way that you do.
Like OldRoses, I’ve been busy writing new articles. I’ve also been doing SEO-related updates on an as-needed basis. It all helps in the end.
SEO-related updates? What source do you use?
Good SEO-related sites are SearchEngineWatch.com and SearchEngineJournal.com. By the way, SearchEngineWatch.com has an interesting article that you might want to read about Google’s upcoming May algorithm update. Just type “May google algorithm update” into your browser and the article should be at the top. There is also a thread about this upcoming May update somewhere on the forum.
In different stages, I revised the standard first paragraph that I have been using for each of my nostalgia/history articles that are on HobbyLark and Owlcation. Then, an editor found an APA-related mistake that I had made on all 60+ of my nostalgia articles. Well, I had to update all of them, one by one.
From previous experience, Google likes web pages that are “dynamic” as opposed to “static”—that is, web pages that have been updated in some way recently. I’ve seen web pages that have not been updated in five or more years, based on the date. No matter what the topic is, I just go elsewhere for what I am looking for, because those outdated pages are static and might not have the latest information.
I spent the winter writing lots of new articles and it's paying off. Even though CPM is lower than last year, traffic is up and so is my payout.
I received my payout today as well.
I haven't posted anything new in seven months and that was a rant about the loss of comments. It's currently on the HP niche site. I know HP and LetterPile don't draw earnings to speak of. That said, my articles that are on Delishably, DenGarden, PetHelpful, RemedyGrove, Spinditty, ToughNickel, and TurboFuture continue to earn for me. That's comforting. I work full-time so don't have much time to write, but what I've got out there is proving to be lucrative. I may only see a payout every two or three months, but at this point in my life, it's gravy on the taters!
DenGarden and Delishably bring me the most organic traffic. Organic traffic is what earns dollars over pennies.
Happy payout to all of us who got paid. Thank you. I have to write new articles again.
Happy payout day
I’ve been updating my hubs lately, a few at a time but that hasn’t necessarily increased my views, However, my earnings are rising ever so slowly, so I can’t complain.
Kenna, I don’t know whether you know about this, but the Google “user experience” update has been postponed from May until “June to August.”
Kenna, another thread was started today on the Freeform Discussion forum about the upcoming Google update. You might be interested.
Interesting! I will check out the Freeform Discussion you mentioned later. Thank you for the heads up!
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Happy Payout Day, everyone!!
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