I do not know how to increase my revenue. I have try to write more hubs, submit to social bookmark, link to other website, write to other website, make a blog but my revenue is not increasing. Can you suggests me to increase adsense earning?
The topic of improving your adsense income is mostly answered simply by saying, get more quality traffic. This is a real big subject though and you would be better of spending a few days researching it. Read what Google has to say, they have a lot of information, and if you are note getting any traffic look in to Keyword research.
Hi Forlan, I just took a look at one of your hubs, the monetize blogspot blog one, and I saw several things you can do onpage to help increase your traffic and therefore revenue.
The first thing is to add more relevant tags - that hub only has 3 tags. You really want 15-20 tags on each hub. This hub is a great tutorial on how to use tags effectively: http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubpages-Traffic-Use-of-Tags
Also, you need to optimize your hubs onpage for your chosen keyphrases (the one I read has not been optimized at all). There are loads of hubs on this topic: http://hubpages.com/search/include:hubs+onpage+seo
Remember to also use a variety of words (synomyms) that are related to your main keyphrase and not just use your main keyphrase over and over.
If you go through all of your hubs and do these two things to each one your traffic will increase substantially and so should your earnings.
No probs I saw something else just now you can do onpage - add more headings for your text boxes which use a selection of your keywords.
Also, I looked back to one of your hubs and some of the tags you are using are not very good. Don't just use HP suggestions as they are often way off: e.g. the hub I looked at you've added the tag "certainly". That is an irrelevant tag. Make the most of your tags, it's an important factor!
Top quality content, Highly paying kewords, A lot of traffic, Good page ranking of your hubs in Google. You will get good adsense income in your account.
Forlan, if you've been promoting your Hubs and are still not getting traffic, then maybe you are choosing the wrong subjects?
Since you have published many hubs try to concentrate more on keyword research and see the rest thereafter.
You might need to think about optimizing your hubs more effectively - on-page optimization (I did a hub on this). Hubpages puts you in a strong position already with the tools they offer, but it is up to you to try and make the best within your hubs.
1. Effective and good keyword research - sprinkle keywords and phrases throughout.
2. Appropriate tagging
3. great, original content
You might already know all this, but it is worth mentioning again.
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I understand the frustration! I know a good deal about keywords and SEO (I'm no expert though!!) and I am STILL showing no earnings! It is hard to stay motivated to write more when you have not even seen one penny!!!
I think for most people earning money thru adsense is a struggle. It seems a very few do quite well but I do not earn much. I think I have learned a great deal about SEO but still very little earnings comes my way. It is a good thing I enjoy writing and hubpages for reasons other than money
As many people said,your topic selection is most important.You could spend time on some webmaster forums as they help a lot.
Yes right, I have the same situation with forlan too. I have published more articles but then haven't seen a good outcome..
I was obsessed with the google adwords Keyword tool for a few days ,
I'm a former comic book artist, and made this as a way to try and add a weird mesothelioma spin to my blog, but then I realized I don't really think I want any mesothelioma money, or to be messing around with mesothemioma lawyers, etc. I still don't fully understand the Keyword 'competition' aspects of the tool. I also spent a few days trying to find words that are consistently searched for in little numbers, which might have helped.
I would suggest keep publishing new hubs but make sure that in your new hubs you do some serious keyword research so that you get good traffic. All the Best.
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