In my short amount of time here, the most happiest moment was when I was on my routinely disappointing Google Adsense check in's and finally noticed that I had scored my first click!
Well, this may seem a little odd because I don't know her very well (at all, when it comes down to it); but I think I'm having my happiest moment on HubPages (with cautious optimism, though) right now; after just reading one of kmackey32's updates and seeing that her little premie granddaughter is hanging in there.
When I got to talk a fish newbie through the necessary emergency procedures to save their fish, then through proper setup, stocking, and all that good stuff...then they came back later to tell me that the fish were all doing great and they'd been able to help someone else with their fish because of the information I'd given them. The money here is necessary for me to be able to keep doing it, but it's things like that that actually mean something to me.
Sometimes it's signing out. Sometimes it's signing in. Then there's everything else in between.
one of my hubs comes on the first/second place in google search. i am very happy with it.
When I was voted "Best New Hubber of 2009"! Of course, winning the $1,000 grand prize in the cooking hub contest was great, too!
It's a toss up between the day one of my hubs was in the top five google list and the day I had a hub score of 99!!
I made money yesterday from my first ever hub written which was pretty rubbish so it was a bit of a shock. I didn't have a clue what i was doing in the first week.
So far? Getting that 10K doohickey last weekend. Silly, of course.
I think My favorite has to be my hub nugget nomination for my walking hub, and reaching a hubscore of 97. That and all the great comments I have had from my hub fans.
The only sad thing is, that I have made less than $2.00 since I have been on here, and have no Amazon sales or clicks.
That, and I need better Glasses!
My happiest moment is coming soon !!!! I'm only a few dollars short of hitting my first $100 on Adsense. Whoopee !! Geez it took a long time, it seems.
by Doctor J 14 years ago
How long does it take to make money with hubpages? After 160 views on 10 hubs they tell me I have 0 clicks. Is something wrong?
by Cristale Adams 9 years ago
What is the happiest thing about your life as of right....now?It could be any thing!
by wordsscriber 7 years ago
How do you find the short url for your hub again, after publishing it?
by Ella4now 12 years ago
Once you click for your hub to be published do you have to do something more or not?I mean do you have to go to different links to get your hub on the web.
by Mrabbros 9 years ago
Is it against the rules of Google adsense to click on your own hub that shows up on google search?Does that count a s a click? Is it against the adsense rules?
by Cristale Adams 7 years ago
What is the happiest moment in your life as of now?
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