That is all about my Hubpages earning! Nowadays I am making around 0.5$ everyday from Hubpage while my 1-page website make around this also!
Any Advice? And how are your earnings now?
Read my hubs on keywords and backlinks. My earnings are fine, thank you. Noticeably lower than the record, yet still more than $1000 per month from HP.
Misha can you give me more feedback on my hub? How about those hub Quality and ... ? Do you think what should I do to improve my hub earning? I also get a lot of views to my hub but don't get much click (Average 10 to 15 everyday). Why? Please help me!
Sounds about the place I was a few months ago. Now I'm up to $50 on adsense (plus about $10 kontera/amazon) and have already cleared $25 this month (doubling my best month previous.)
My advice? Keep writing high quality articles in a variety of areas - from sales hubs to information to guides to anything that strikes you. You might be surprised when you hit on a winner (I was a few times!)
Keep up the good work!
Sereyboth, Like me you must have read that it takes 8/9 months to start earning regular money. I'm in the same position as you $20 from adsense and 4 items sold on Amazon, not life changing but as others have said keep readind, Misha, Ryankett, and all the other top hubbers and pick up on some of their advice, also don't stop writing quality hubs and before we become too old we will be the wise old heads.
I'm on around $70 a month (Amazon, AdSense, Kontera) with 200 hubs. I make around $40 extra from ClickBank. I sold one plushie via Amazon, the rest of it was cheap electrical gadgets.
My latest hubs are doing better than my older ones. I rarely write flop hubs now. My best hub has made $20 in 6 months from from AdSense alone.
I would be making a lot more but I now realise that the lucrative finance niche is a lot more seasonal than I originally thought.
I have one Hub that is ragingly popular with ~70 views a day (excluding slideshow visits). That's a big chunk of my total visits, although it doesn't earn much.
With 6 months of Analytics data the winner and loser hubs are really identifying themselves!
I've flogged one good niche to death, and practically own that niche here.
Making money article writing is quite hard work, considering I had 7 years experience of AdSense before finding this place.
OMG Brett did i read that right, you have 7 years adsense experience. How many of your hubs are on this topic? I am off to check you out.
Yeah, I signed up to AdSense in 2003 - I think I was one of the first to get it in the UK. Not only that but I started my site in 1995!
At first my AdSense earnings were fantastic as most of my pages were about lucrative IT subjects. Sadly geeks soon got over the novelty of adsense and stopped clicking on ads. They are still reluctant to do so.
I don't earn a huge amount from AdSense, everyone knows the real money is in products.
I've been doing a lot better since I put my adverts in better places on my sites! I will write more AdSense hubs at some point.
For a good sampling of flop hubs, you're welcome to peruse my entire Hubpages portfolio. Mine don't do well, but then, but my niches are terrible and in some cases, I'm writing just to be silly.
Of course, I haven't been trying nearly as hard as I should.
i've joined 7 weeks ago..still have to generate a revenue..
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by Karen Wilton 7 years ago
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by The Donkey 2 years ago
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