I have been an Amazon member with ads on my hubs selling various things, (Mostly Music CDs) and I haven't made a single dime from them yet. I just checked my status, and it claims I have only had 7 ad clicks in more than a year. I find that hard to believe.
I am up to about $4.00 on Google, which is better than I was a couple months ago. I also checked my analytics and it appears I have had over 3,000 page views, yet according to my hubpages stats, I am still shy of 2,000.
I am pleased to see that my newest hub is doing very well. It's so cool to get positive feedback from people on what I write. I'm so glad that I joined, it's been a great experience, money or not.
It's free to include the Amazon ads, just leave them. You never know when they might take off. Just my opinion, people don't really buy CDs anymore. They download music a song at a time. Are you including MP3 downloads in your Amazon capsules? You might get a few more that way. Just a thought.
by LongTimeMother 3 years ago
We had this same problem a couple of weeks ago and it was resolved. Same problem again today though, so I'm reporting it. (If we don't report problems, how can we expect them to be fixed?)1 day stats are abnormally low, so I checked the stats on an individual hub. The 'day' stat there is...
by Laura Schneider 4 years ago
It would be really helpful to see what the monetary value of each hub is per day or week or month (preferably per day or month) as an additional column on the main statistics page. For example, a Hub that was published years ago may have many views, but since they were acquired over a long time the...
by Lorelei Cohen 3 years ago
This drop in traffic seems to have affected the majority of us who transitioned here from Squidoo. After we updated our articles are traffic virtually stopped dead. The question is why? Was our redirect from Squidoo killed with the update? What the heck happened? Please try to figure out why the...
by arthriticknee 8 years ago
One of my hubs has recently received a large amount of traffic from a referral site, questgarden.com. It has sent 100 page views in the last 2 days according to my hubpages stats page where it now has 2 red arrows.Looking at my adsense page (where I have this hub tracked), it is showing only a few...
by Jose Presidente Medina 10 years ago
I've been in hubpages for almost 2 weeks now and still can't get impressions on Adsense when I have several page views. The affiliate setting says (for) Adsense "sign up" but I had my ID on it and it's "active".Same thing is happening with Analytics and Amazon. Please help me,...
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
As per the new changes HubPages has made, I was required to make a few changes to the amount of Amazon products I was showing. I lowered the amount of products to lower than an average of 1 per 50 words on the hubs that HubPages has penalized. Furthermore, on hubs that weren't penalized I got rid...
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