I wrote 2 articles yesterday. One has already earned .64 on Adsense, and the other has earned .01.
I always take it as a good sign when they start earning right away, although occasionally, I'll have an article earn a lot for the first few months, then die off completely (even after I tweak it).
I must say that has never happened with my articles but I did earn some money after a while. But it's nice to see results so quickly
Waiting does usually pay off. I have 29 articles on another site, and I went from making .12 a month to $25 a year later. Time definitely helps!
Yea not as much, because like you said mine tend to spike early and then just kind of fade off. I guess that's because I'm not doing much SEO work to them afterwards.
What are you doing to promote them to keep bringing those earnings up?
I post them on Craigslist under "General Community" (and I do get quite a few hits from there, which surprised me at first), Facebook, Twitter, and my personal blog (when I remember, which I usually don't).
I'm kind of bad about article promotion; I think if I worked on backlinking and all that good stuff more often, I'd make a lot more money. I've been fortunate enough to have people link my article on their own; one of my EHow articles has over 70,000 views thanks to a site who decided to link to it.
by Filip Stojkovski 10 months ago
Hi everyone. I've been putting some work in writing quality articles the last few months, all my articles are approved as featured but earnings are still pretty low. I have earned a total of $1+ in two months, and with that speed it will take years to reach checkout. I have both Hubpages and...
by Tanya Jones 4 years ago
Do you prefer working on a hub over more than a day, building it slowly and only by a few steps at a sitting. Or, do you like to get the job done and move on to the next hub as quickly as possible. Or, something else?
by MagKaye 4 years ago
I know, big deal; but it is to me.This is the first time I've earned over $1 for my hubs - whoop, whoop!!Did anyone else get this excited over so little money?
by WoodsmensPost 7 years ago
I have an eHow account with 17 articles and it has earned more in the last week than my 102 hubs.There has got to be something wrong with this picture?This is extremely discouraging... my traffic levels have fallen back to the level when I had 70 newly published hubs and google adsense with HP is...
by Csaba Krause 5 years ago
I have earned a payout of $879 for this month, from my account that is in Squidoo. Being a journalish, I didn't have enough time to make 'perfect' articles. I just let them stay there. I didn't earn anything in the first six months. But something good happened after the Panda hit cleared up. I got...
by sergs_pogi 6 years ago
I remember I left HubPages shortly after the introduction of the HP ad program. So I did not see that my earnings are still accumulating until now.
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