I have a quick question regarding what the best approach would be to maximising revenue from the content used in my hubs.
There are two approaches as i see it in the time frame i would like to dedicate to this:
First - make less quality hubs but submit the content like crazy to other revenue sharing sites and social networking sites. In this instance you will be receiving revenue from many different sources.
Second - spend the time i would above on submitting to these other sources on making high quality hubs and push for a high page ranking on the search engines and get traffic that way to hubpages. In this instance you will be receiving income from one source - hubpages but this is likely to be higher due to the quality of the content.
I would love to know what a more experienced hubber thinks of this. Which is the best method to maximise earnings??
I'm not very experienced, but from what I've seen from people who are is that option two is the way to go. Finding a niche that is searched and has high paying keywords can get you some nice cash.
Thanks for the advice guys
I agree - the thing is that you can spend less time on shitter hubs/articles that may never go anywhere or develop any sort of the reputation you need to make some cash.
I have quite a few mid-range hubs that get lost by the wayside, the one hub that continually draws in traffic is the one that took me a week to write, contains over 1000 words, 3+ photos and a video.
Is it also because most people visitng these hubs are not actually going to buy anything - but just want to read what your/my hub is about?
I still cannot fathom out Google Adsense, and the (to me anyway) complicated instructions on getting them to put your/ my hubs on their free pages for those looking for a specific subject/product.
Anyone able to write a hub about how this works, and can put it in easy to understand words that a newbie like me can undestand?
If so, please let me know.
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