I was just wondering if my adsense code covers all my hubpages that I create? the reason I am asking is because I have 9 hubs and I would have expected more impressions on them.
You need to be much more patient, it takes a huge amount of time and effort. This si not helped by the fact that some of your Hubs seem to be going after extremely competitive niches.
If it was easy to make money online, everybody would be doing it. You are competing with people who have worked decades to make successful online careers. You are not going to match that in four days.
You can make money online, but don't expect to do it jsut by writing about a subject, you need to learn a huge amount to become successful.
You're about to learn a lesson we all had to learn.
When I first started writing, I thought I only had to publish something on the internet, and people would read it. How stupid was I? Considering how many millions of pages there are on the web, my little contribution was like a needle in a haystack.
If you're active on HubPages - reading and commenting on Hubs, taking part in discussions on forums - you'll get visits from other Hubbers now, though you won't make any money from them (Hubbers don't click on ads much).
You won't get many visits from outside HubPages until the search engines notice your Hubs and decide they're worth presenting in results. As Oli says, if you write very short Hubs on subjects where there's already a lot of material online, your Hubs will take a long time to make it to the front page of searches, if ever.
There are two ways to approach HubPages - write interesting, informative articles on subjects you love, and you'll eventually attract readers with similar enthusiasms. Or spend the next few weeks reading the many Hubs about making money on HubPages, THEN do your keyword research and start writing sales Hubs. Or do both.
Yes. It covers all pages. Remember, though, that 40 percent of the impressions are served under the HubPages publisher ID and 60 percent are yours.
Are your 9 hubs made in the last 5 days that have approximately 300 words apiece been indexed by Google yet?
Don't put the cart before the horse. And if you put in a minimum effort don't expect maximum returns.
by shabarigirish 7 years ago
HP ads are running on my hubs since one week. My earnings through the program are pretty low, may be because of lower traffic I am getting. My hubs were making couple of dollars before signing up with HP ads. Now from past one week my hubs earned nothing from adsesne.I am just thinking whether I...
by Daniel 6 years ago
Here's something for you guys to consider, and I am simply reiterating a comment I made on another post. You need organic traffic to your Hubs! Why? If you are using adsense, or any other monetization method on Hubpages, you will not, I repeat, you will NOT get credit for clicks on your ads from...
by ryankett 9 years ago
I was wondering whether or not any of you have any objectives with regards to hubpages? I know that many of you are on here for pleasure, and I have to admit that I am on here partly for pleasure but also for the prospect of a little cash.My objectives are:-To get to 100 hubsTo get to 1000 adsense...
by Beaks 10 years ago
I know there is some percentage of views that goes to HubPages, but can it really be 90 percent? That's about how many of mine they get. I've never cared much until now when I have a hub that is actually getting a good bit of traffic. The 90 percent rule is still holding. Yes, I am using AdSense...
by spookyfox 7 years ago
I'm using adsense with both HubPages and my own blog <snipped link>. Everytime I get a new click it's from that other site. Now, I know my hubs aren't very popular, but is there any way to know if I did not get a single ad click since I started here or if there's something I did wrong?
by StormsHalted 5 years ago
impressions and clicks from some of my hubs particularly those written recently are not showing up or being counted in my adsense account ........
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