heys friends i joined hubpages 5 days ago i have write almost 10 articles but my earning is 0.00 still??how would i know if it is working????i m depress....can anyone help regarding this???
Have you linked your adsense account to your hub profile?
You need to be a hell of a lot more patient than that if you are to succeed here!! plus a few of your hubs are awfully short and i was once told that content is king!!
Hey welcome to hubpages and welcome to forum as well. I replied your mail few few hours ago. I hope that will help.
I don't see any of your hubs published.
One thing I feel I need to point out is that if it was easy to make money online, everyone would be succeeding. You need to put in a lot of time, a lot of effort, and a lot of research.
Remember that you are competing against people who have put in decades of the aformentioned time, effort, and research.
As someone who is relatively new to this site myself, I can say that your lack of earnings are entirely realistic for the extremely short time you have been with the site. It takes time to build up a good Hub base and get traffic from search engines.
I also took a look at some of your Hubs, and they not only seem to be in the wrong categories for their topics, but they don't have much content. I recommend you read the Learning Center section, I found that unbelievably helpful when I was starting.
Genius is also spelt differently. Might be an idea to correct it.
If you are hubbing to make money you are going to need a different approach. I took a look at your hubs and they are very creative, but are not going to be profitable. You need to do some research. Learn how to optimize your hubs for search engines. You have to think like a visitor. If a person visits your hubs, why would they buy anything or click an add? You have a great writing style and your information is really interesting, but it attracts the wrong audience for being profitable.
I also agree that you need more content. I would try to write at least 600-1000 words.
The title for your articles are all in lower case you need to take a look at that! most of your articles are also too plain you need to spice it up a bit! check out other great hubs and you will have an idea!
You need to be attracting search engine traffic to make money from adsense and Amazon.
This takes time and also the 'right sort' of hubs. Read up on this in the learning centre - link at bottom of the page or help button at the top is really FAQ with lots of info there.
Also find hubs by experienced hubs who write on the topic of how to hub. Hope this is of use, it can take people six months or more to make there first payment threshold (adsense); not always the case but sometimes it does.
It took me 18 months to reach first payout, and a number of months before my hubs made their way high up enough in the search engines to attract readers who are likely to click adverts. Don't be surprised if you don't make a cent for the first 6 months, and then suddenly see a trickle of earnings that gradually grow to higher levels. Content is also the key, enough words, 'in demand' topics, good grammar and spelling etc.I now hit payout every month, but have been here well over 2 and a half years.
I visited your profile page that no hubs on your account. What is the problem?
Are you unpublished it?
Hey, I agree with everyone here, making money online takes much longer than a couple of days. You need to do quite a bit of research into SEO if you're looking into making money faster, but it will still come with time. Learn all of the basics of keyword research, back linking, and once your hubs have been republished with new material THEN concentrate on your earnings. If you would like to get information about SEO, try looking up The Keyword Academy on Google. This is where I learned all of my SEO from and it really words, I've only been a member for a few weeks and made almost ten dollars, you can do the same. Good luck in your endeavors!
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