OK, for most of you professional hubbers this will not be a big deal but....after 12 months I check this morning and I've made 91 cents. The first money I've ever made on the web. Ever. I am totally pumped. This 91 cents has renewed my faith in my fellow man. I now have a reason to live. I know some make hundreds and others thousands even but this 91 cents means a lot to me. I figure you gotta start somewhere.
Very true Tobey, and congratulations. I used to count pennies in my adsense account. And I remember when I'd be thrilled to make 50 cents in a day. Then it was a dollar. Then it was keeping it above a dollar a day. Then it was $2, $3, $4, etc.
When I made my first Amazon sale I about flipped. It was a whole month before the 2nd one hit, but then they started coming fast.
Keep going and learning and be patient. If you build it, they will come.
Actually as I clicked submit and waited for it to process I realized you've been here for a year and have published over 100 hubs. If making money with this is among your goals, you may want to stop writing for a while and do some learning about what works.
Of course, many writers aren't in it for the money. But if you are, sorry dude, but those stats totally suck.
Oh, I happen to be one of those that's not really concerned about the money. If I was I'd be writing about entirely different topics. I'm just having a blast with hubpages. I'm just sorta tickled that I actually made almost a dollar without trying too hard.
Congratulations Tobey, the first few cents are always the sweetest and more money will follow
by sherwinboy 11 years ago
Dang, I finally made some money with this! Wow, do I feel good! (never thought I'd feel so good about 30 cents)
by femiry 7 years ago
Yay!!! I made my first 50cents today after several weeks of joining the Ads Program. I'll have to keep being patient.
by englightenedsoul 12 months ago
I am really excited.I have made my first dollar with adsense today(1.45$ to be exact).And I really want to thank hubpages because all the income i earned have been through my hubs.Right now I know I am pretty slow in earning but reading a lot of hubs by experienced hubbers.So I think It would...
by JG11Bravo 5 years ago
Finally got adsense approved, and I made a dollar! And enough change to cover sales tax!Yes, this is exciting. Don't judge me. I need some good news amid my Twitter battle. I'm starting to hate social media.
by StevieDow 9 years ago
So now I can see the light. just repeat what I did and write 37 more hubs and I will make 2 more cents right? But the first set of hubs will again make 2 cents also so I will then have 6 cents! Yes! I can see my income growing exponentially from here on out. What a thrill! Okay so its not...
by PoeticPhilosophy 5 years ago
I started here 3 weeks ago and I love the community, I got approved for adsense early, I am fortunate and just made my first dollar!!!
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