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google adsense earnings

  1. honey profile image77
    honeyposted 10 years ago

    hey i want to know how much my fellow hubbers are earning from adsense approximately ..i am earning nearly 50-60$ per month from adsense through my blogs ,i started hubpages 2 days back only after a long gap..
    giving your approx adsense earnings 'll help me bcoz i don't want to put my time in hubpages if the returns from adsense are n't effective..so plz co-operate fellow hubbers..smile

  2. Paul Edmondson profile image
    Paul Edmondsonposted 10 years ago

    Your adsense earnings are a function of how many Hubs you make and the type.  I know of a few authors that are earning over $1K per month from Adsense on HubPages.

  3. Moonmaiden profile image80
    Moonmaidenposted 10 years ago

    Wow Paul, I guess I shouldn't brag about the $113 check I just got from Adsense after having an adsense account for 3 years. I wonder what they are doing that I'm not doing.

  4. Radannsun profile image53
    Radannsunposted 10 years ago

    I imagine it depends on your content material. For example, I've only written seven hubs so far: two poems, one each on the distinction between two words, the benefits of being single, the most effective way to get out of obesity and into health, the key to happiness and a rant against online 'get rich quick schemes'.

    Over half of those are not topics that people are likely to be looking for in a search engine. The hubs that are going to generate the most money are those that get the most interest from the average person surfing the net. The ones who are making over a thousand a month? They probably have written a good number of high interest pieces that will display ads people who come to the site would want to invest in.

    1. darkside profile image80
      darksideposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      I think so long as your content is original and unique that someone somewhere will go searching for it, find it, and yours will be the highest ranked in a keyword search that has very little competition.

      Having done websites since 2000 I'm amazed at some of the things some people search for when I'd check my stats and what's come up in the "Search String" stats.