I am a new user, and fairly new to the concept of generating ad revenue via blogs, etc. I've read much of the Help/FAQ info, and Q and A, but I am having trouble understanding a few things.
It seems to me that being successful at generating revenue via writing on HubPages, is based on the assumption that the user is already familiar, and somewhat advanced, with ad revenue tools... i.e. Google AdSense, etc. Is it possible to be completely NEW to both simultaneously, and still 'ramp up' quickly, or is it more realistic to assume that the more 'successful' Hubbers are those that are already experienced AdSense users (for example), prior to creating accounts on HubPages?
Many have come to HubPages with little or no knowledge of AdSense and optimizing content for revenue. HubPages provides the tools you need to get started, including YieldBuild that optimizes ad placement. A wealth of information is available in hubs and from the forum.
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