I don't really understand how I can make money when no ads have been clicked but adsense informs me my blog has earned me a cent. How can such a thing be? I'm not complaining mind you but on my blog I mostly just ramble or spout random thoughts and I'm pretty sure Blatva is the only person who actually follows it in any manner (love ya babe). As a rule I only type things on my blog that I enjoy there's no keyword research or marketing except pitches for my sites that are for money. Obviously reality has made a mistake cause there's no way I could make even a cent doing something fun AND easy.
*Throws an E-party* Everyone is invited.
Good for you! As to how...
https://www.google.com/support/adsense/ … swer=59136
I remember when I made my first penny, it is awesome. I was trying to explain to people, it is a time, per impression thing. Imagine it's the Super Bowl, and the Betty White, snickers commercial plays. Snickers paid a lot to place that ad. Now I am playing a video game on line, and the same commercial comes up during the intermission. How much did snickers pay for that ad? It depends on the number of people who were likely to see it.
No click, just ad before my eyes, once every half hour, for 18 seconds. HMMM. You see it is as much about content, and time as it is about clicks. Maybe I'll write a hub about snickers and see what happens, .
My fishing blog has made a little money, but I use it mostly for backlinks.
Good for you Falsor. This could be the start of something good...
Sometimes advertisers will pay per impression so you can actually maker a little money even if nobody clicks your ads. You will make considerably more when you get a few clicks though!
I made a cent on redgage today or in the last 3 days anyway, I checked it today and it said one cent.
I was so excited to make my first 2 cents on Adsense that I wrote a hub about it and I keep a running estimated earnings total on it. Good for you.
Nice work Falsor,
I think you share the revenue with hubpages, they get 40% of the clicks and you get 60% or something like that. I think it was probably from an impression or it averaged out from a very low paying click.
This is great!! I remember how it felt when I earned my first cents from my hubs!! ... and another $0.02 from the 2000 page impressions on my blog!!
Good work Falsor Wing!
by Jason Menayan 10 years ago
Hey all,Just like to share some stats on my Hubs vs my blog.My blog - 105,000+ pageviews so far (started 1 year ago)My Hubs - 305,000+ pageviews so far (started 2 years ago)Earnings via AdSense:My blog - significantly less than $10My Hubs - 7 payments, average of about $135 eachI've made about 200...
by purewater26 4 years ago
Is it difficult to make money on hubpages?What make me wonder is I have a small blog with Blogger as its platform. I had 10-14 articles in less than a month and put Adsense in the blog. And there were few clicks on Adsense in less than a month. Why does it seem more difficult to...
by thecounterpunch 10 years ago
The chart above (made easily with Excel: check the tools menu / analysis) gives the distribution of daily earnings. Most of days daily earnings is about 0.45.As you can see, it doesn't follow the famous Normal Law in probability ... which is normal : normal law is not obligatory in the real world
by ramesh 10 years ago
hey paul, can u tell me whats the difference between marking the hub as both commercial,adsense and just marking for adsense ads..
by jdh351 9 years ago
It seems like you have to be involved into every writing for content scheme there is to make money off of your words. Is this a misconception that I have?Are you all into Hubbing or multiple blogging for revenue activities?
by arunanto 8 years ago
I applied for Google Adsense 3 days back and still now I didn't get any response from Google for my application. But I started receiving Ad Impression on my hub.Can any one help me on this.
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