I have my hubpages on an adsense account with another website of mine... I can't tell if my hubs are making any money... I have my hubs hooked to analytics, but on analytics it shows no adsense graphs like it does for my site... any ideas why this is? I only have a few hundred views.. also, I'm kind of curious, can anyone roughly estimate how much adsense revenue you would normally gain on here per 1000 views? I have a few hundred and I don't think I have gotten a penny so far! Thanks guys.
Previously, an estimate was given of $2-5 per 1,000 pageviews. I don't find your lack of revenue unusual. If Analytics records the views, it should record revenue as well, provided you have linked your AdSense account to Analytics. You can also log into AdSense and set up custom channels for your hubs.
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Definitely going to start rolling out the hubs once the summer comes...I have several started but I never seem to finish them satisfactorily, even the ones I have on here I just posted to see what the site's like...my aim is 60 hubs over summer vacation can't wait!
by Isaac Yaw Asiedu Nunoofio 42 hours ago
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by Natalie Frank 4 months ago
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by thecounterpunch 11 years ago
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by yanminis 8 years ago
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by Jason Seale 2 years ago
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by midnightauthor 9 years ago
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