Even though I make my whole living off my websites, I make very little with adsense. I'm trying to change that, in fact I'd like to make that my main income source.
After applying the tricks I've learned here just a few weeks ago my adsense went from an average of $3 per day to $14.00. I also had my best day ever with over $21.00.
Still, that's a long way from $100 per day. But that is my goal now, to make $100 per day with adsense from ALL my hubs, websites and blogs.
Does anyone here make an average of $100 or more per day ONLY from adsense from ALL their online content? If so how long did it take you? Thanks for any and all who respond.
Thanks for the replies. Greek one, I know you can do better than that!
Here's a little math to show how hard making even 100 bucks a day is:
Let's say you get .50 cents a click. For some that is high, for others low. You would need 200 clicks a day to get 100 bucks.
NOW, let's say you have 5% of your traffic click on a ad. The average is 2%. If 5% of your traffic clicks an ad, you need 4,000 visits per day to your pages!
So when you break it down with real numbers it becomes clear you need a lot of content out there to make 100 bucks a day with adsense alone.
If history is any indication, then no.. no I can't
Greek too easy. Those who failed to learn from it the first time around...
But you're all tongue in cheek anyways. Probably earning more than any of us.
If i made any less money i would actually OWE Google cash
Hmmm, hard work indeed.
According to HP< 1000 views will give you 3.5 to 5 USD. I started receiving my first adsense last April and it has growing steadily but with minimal increase. I want to improve on 500 USD at least when I reached 18 months here. The thing is I only backlink to three sites. I joined 60 dc with sunforged and I can see that twitter brings traffic, plus RSS submission helps to increase views. Been experimenting with some ideas, but hit and miss is the word. I am into studying market samurai, finding keywords, and really finding what works for me.
that's really good to know
like you need tons of good quality long hubs right?
Hmmm time --time is the answer?
And if I am not mistaken, as far as Adsense income from HubPages goes, Hubpages get the income from 40% of the ads displayed and you get the rest. This, of course, would require even more clicks to reach your goal, especially if your Adsense income is heavily HubPages based. Someone correct me, if I am wrong.
Yes your right, I forgot about that. I get most of my clicks from my own websites. But for many hubpages is the only way they have to get their content published.
Yes. From Adsense, Ebay and Amazon, it is my understanding that HubPages makes 66% of everything we make.
At the moment I get around $35 a day with adsense on everything I own websites, blogs and hubpages, so yeah a $100 a day is a good goal to go for...
I've averaged this for a full year now and it's slowly becoming something worthwhile with adsense.
Oh, sounds like your close to what I am trying to do, only a few steps ahead of me. I think if you can really understand the whole keyword and traffic stuff, the rest is just a numbers game.
Meaning once you get the formula down so you know you will get X amount of traffic and clicks per article, then it's just a matter of how many you put out there before you achieve your goal.
Yeah I'm considering stopping writing new hubpages for a full year and concentrating on what I've got, maybe promote them more and straighten them out too, because I've still got over 200 duds which could be getting traffic if I targeted them with more accurate keywords, of course some of them though are in quite competitive niches and so it may take awhile.
Good luck with your goal!
I do about $30 a day with Adsense. More midweek less on the weekends and holidays.
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