The other day, I came accross a page on HubPages.com that showed a list of several successful hubbers, and listed their average monthly Adsense earnings, the number of hubs they currently have, and even had a graph showing the growth of their account since it was created ... but I can't seem to find that page again!
Does anybody know where they have "hidden" that page?
lol, i doubt it was removed.
He is probably referring to the hubpages blog and the payout chronicles?
Sorry, I thought it sounded a bit too close for comfort as far as privacy and Adsense guidelines.
I did a quick search: http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubbers-Reveal- … s-Earnings
Are you trying to add to this?
Relache has a longstanding hubbers poll on earnings you could check out
I also saw this page of successful hubbers the other day and saved it for future reference to get inspiration when I fell a bit down and disappointed. I believe this is the one you are looking for.
The link you posted is great. It's fun and inspiring to read about monetarily successful hubbers (I think we're all successful as long as we enjoy our time here).
Thanks sid_candid ... that is exactly the page I was looking for; it is now safely bookmarked!
This is inspiring. I'll look at it whenever I'm ready to give up.
Looks like it's a VERY rough average of a little over a buck a hub per month, which jives pretty well with my experience.
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