The algorithm changes Google has affected everyone but its almost end of the day for me. I was never making fortunes from Hubpages but things had started to improve from November last year. I was so excited that may be in one years time I should see decent revenue from hubpages. But Mr Google had other ideas. Previously I used to complete payout in two months now may be 5 months or even more. This is so depressing. Previously I used to get about 150-200 Page impression from adsense but now I rarely reach 100. The Hubpages ad program is great but even that will take me at least 4 months to reach payout. I think may be I and my hubs are not good enough. My hubpages account is dying a slow and painful death and I can only watch in agony as I have no idea what I can do to give it a new lease of life.
Find niches and stick to them. Don't look back on what you made, look forward to what you can make.
Time to regroup, shift gears,and forge ahead in a new direction.......gotta go with the flow, y'know?
I wish we could exchange Hubs.
I'd gladly take the Hubs off the hands of those that no longer wish to be here.
Personally, I think things will improve. I am already seeing a slight increase in SE traffic on some Hubs. It is possible that we can turn it around, with consistent work.
by Georgiana Dacosta 4 years ago
I can't seem to find an answer for this in the learning center. I have a large set of articles I've been writing for a while + some time on my hands to dedicate to Hubpages for the next couple of months. Would publishing 10 hubs a day benefit or disadvantage me, both in terms of hub score /...
by Daniel Long 4 years ago
Anyone interested in acquiring my Hubpages account at $100? here are the stats:1)Makes payout every month.2)Gets 1400+ views every day3)99 hubs of which over 90% are featured.4)Got over 1 million plus views in about 2 years.5)Page rank of 3Let me know if you're interested.
by paradigmsearch 3 years ago
[This is an old post of mine that I have just deleted from another site. I figured there might be some worthwhile stuff here for newbies, nothing more. Make of it what you will. ]The care and feeding of your HP account. Just some random thoughts for fellow Hubbers.Drop by your Q&A. Got some old...
by katherinethorell 5 years ago
Should I keep my Hubpages account?I've been going back and forth on whether or not to just delete my account. I don't have much time to write anymore. Plus I haven't really made much money from it. To all the Long term hubers out there is it worth it to keep trucking on?
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
How many times a day do you check in to your Hubpages account?Are you logged on permanently all day and night? Do you receive email notifications that you click all day long? Have you set aside certain hours to check it? How much time do you spend on Hubpages responding, reading other works,...
by Daniel Long 4 years ago
After being here for a little over 2 years (i joined HubPages on August 2011), writing 100+ hubs on various topics, getting over 1.2 million views and making payout month after month; i thought about calling it a day and selling my hubpages account to someone else (may be another hubber).My...
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