Today I made $10 on AdSense almost all from the same hub. This is double the most I've ever made from AdSense in one day, including my own sites.
Funny thing is I did no keyword research for this hub, it has no focus really and I'm just rambling on and on about random topics and events from my life mostly. I will have to hit up Analytics and see which keywords I'm ranking for, they must be good ones.
Maybe after 1,500 words of my ramblings they were ready to click on anything to escape
Without being too specific, the CPC was well over $1 too which really surprised me for this hub that I didn't expect to be a money maker! Today puts me up to $20 for last 30 days from my hubs.
Like I said I did everything 'wrong' in this hub. No keyword research, the hub has no well focused topic and I didn't even create one backlink. For best results do the exact opposite of what I did with this hub!
I just wrote the hub for fun one day sitting out in the sun enjoying the great spring day.
Hehe..Congratulations!! It happens to me most of the times. Whenever I write something just out of the blue, without doing any keyword research (I find the job quite boring and tiresome sometimes), I make money on those hubs!! ...It comes as a nice surprise all the time.
So $10 is the most that you have ever made from AdSense in one day, yet you present your specialties as keywords, domains and SEO? Blimey.... I could call myself an expert then Its good for the number of hubs that you have, but I never make less than that in a day.... and I started in July 2009....
I'm no expert. I have never claimed to be an expert either, I say I know a lot about it, like it and do well with it. I do think I know a lot about SEO, more than most people do anyways. I try to present myself in that light to eventually build up myself as an authority on the subject.
How many users here have a top ten on Google for a keyword with 30M - 60M or even more competing? Some I'm sure, but most probably don't. I could list multiple examples, but thats beside the point.
I usually do well hitting top ten on Google for what I choose to target, within reason, but learning 'what' to target to make money is a completely different beast.
I have learned more about that aspect, good keywords that pay well, in my short time on HP than ever before. Then again I never tried to learn that aspect much either, or focused on it. In the past I was rather random in what I did. No more!
Some aspects of the whole process I know well, others I have much to learn. Right now I'm reading about how to use SEO with SMO effectively to learn new techniques there. Then I'll probably write a hub from what I learn from this magazine article. I'd bet only a handful of knowledgeable SEO users here even know what SMO is, while most everyone has heard of SEO.
That would make for a good hub. One of the confusing things in this area is the lack of a good description that differentiates social media optimization (the on site stuff) and social media marketing the (off site stuff). There is certainly nothing on HubPages that explains it clearly. I look forwards to the hub.
Talk about a tiny bit of success going to your head, and I'm not talking about MyWebs.
At least when Nellie etc. pop by to 'inspire' others by repeatedly droning on about how much money they make they don't feel the need to put others down at the same time.
His minimum on HP is $10 per day with 305 hubs after 9 months.
My maximum on HP is $10 per day with 17 hubs after 3 months.
In my opinion my numbers compare rather well to his.
6 of my hubs were not really made to make money or were targeted at hubbers, which is the same thing. So really only 11 of my hubs have a decent chance at making money.
Sometimes it's funny where you get paid more for the content that you wouldn't think you would get money from, over the content your purposely trying to make money from.
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