I was amazed to read Ryanketts forum thread about a single hub getting over a million views, and it made me wonder how much money it is possible to make from a single hub.
My best one makes me about $50-70 per month, but from the traffic that other people have mentioned I bet there are some people who make much more than that. So how much can you make from a single hub?
I would be happy with a hub making $50 per month, I will keep trying though... lol
I guess the answer to your question will depend on how good your keyword research is (or luck) to find that perfect combination of keywords that will generate clicking traffic..
Absolutely, and luck definitely does come into - the research just increases your chances of being lucky, but it's also about finding the right way to monetize it and getting the layout and content right. Personally I don't get anywhere near $50 from adsense click on any hubs. I only get a bit over $100 in total off close to 200 hubs.
When it comes to what a single hub can make, the sky is the limit.
Personally, none of mine make much, if anything, but with the proper views any hub can make quite a nice haul.
It is almost impossible to predict because the income will depend on the amount of traffic, conversion rate, cpc or price of an Amazon product. BTW 50-70 for a hub per month is good because none of my hubs earn me this much.
I agree with the others that there is no limit, but there are so many factors it is impossible to even hazard a guess. My Adsense clicks are becoming more steady, but the amount per click varies wildly. I may wind up with more clicks this month, but for less money. I have done a better job with my SEO research though as one of my hubs is getting a good increase of search engine traffic, so who knows?
My best earner made more than $1300 in May, with average over 2.5 years lifetime being $180 monthly
Wow, that's excellent Misha, especially for May rather than for November or Decemeber or something when people are spending more money. I don't think I'll ever make $1300 in a month from one hub, but I'd like to think I'll break the $100 barrier in the future.
Care to combine Misha? You take my traffic. I take 40% of the total earnings
I'm actually surprised that people who are unusually good at promoting and picking the right ad networks/affiliate programs to go with specific posts haven't made a business out of offering to take over underperforming posts/websites for a percentage of the profits to come.
I'm pathetically lazy and perhaps even inept in those areas. I've often thought that what I really need is a partner who does have those skills,
I think there should be a feature to buy people's hubs, do them up then sell them on!
I did move my own website's AdSense ads around a bit and triple the income though!
I wouldn't know. My hubs are def getting me traffic. Just no clicking. Most I've made is .83
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