I have been involved with about 6 sites where I receive Adsense rev from ad clicks for months now. I have concluded that HubPages pays more per click than any of them. Is this your experience, or am I missing something?
Hubpages could have an affect on your CPC because the high value adwords advertisements are often sent to higher quality websites.
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The only site I have found that pays better per research done, would be Suite 101...Squidoo has the ability to earn much more, however only if you can maintain in the top tier (which is near impossible.)
No doubt about Hubpages high earning as this is really content rich with experienced writers' contributions.....
Yes Hubpages clicks are higher in my opinion.. Especially if you choose the best topics and best keywords..I am just starting to earn money with Adsense and my articles are the big earners..
No, it all depends on what your subject is. I have a Disney site and clicks on my Disney cruises and so on can get me $2.50 or more per click.
Every subject has a different payout that depends on how popular the key word is, which determines how much advertisers are paying for it.
So far I get more per click on my own sites. However they should be close, as my subject matter is about the same.
Yes, I'm seeing that now. One ad on a hub might pay $0.17 and another ad will pay $0.80 on the same page.
I've had decent clicks here, but nowhere near as high as my IT related niche site.
What I am impressed with is CTR here which is way higher than anything I've ever experienced in the past. I've got hubs that make a decent income with just 2 visitors a day.
Hubpages does very well and Yieldbuild has something to do with that.
Some of the same folks who brought you hubpages are behind yieldbuild. After implementing it on one of my own sites I have been extremely happy with the results.
It has been so successful that I now have one site that earns 50% of my revenue despite around 90 aged hubs on various accounts here that do pretty well themselves.
Summary: Both Hubpages and Yieldbuild rock
It is not my experience that Hubpage clicks are more compared to my other sites.
My own sites receive high ctr as well as cpm.
I have never had a click above $2.00 on HP whereas for a similar topic on my blog it has been double that.
On average, I tend to make more, per click, on HP than on my personal blog. Although, it truly depends on the subject matter. The highest click I've received on HP was $16!!! I wish there were more of these, it must've been a fluke.
It all depends on the subject matter. It you write a poem with non-targeted, low-paying keywords, you shouldn't expect to earn more than $.01-$.10 per click. Whereas if you write a quality article about a high paying keyword, you can obviously make a lot more per click, providing you don't get smart priced.
How do you know which keywords are high paying?
use adwords keywords tool type "compare secured loan" the price is more than 80$ who knows you'll get 50$ per click
anyway other hubber already have this keywords his in page 4 but not to optimized maybe if you can tweak your hubs better than him maybe you can reach third page in Google coz the competition are completely low, and don't ask How I found it coz there is no answer !!
happy research and Enjoy :-)
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by fireatwill41 9 years ago
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by Doctor J 11 years ago
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