I never used adsense and I think it's forbidden to give the exact gain so roughly it's much more than 50$. I didn't think that a click could cost so much $ sometimes to an avertizer especially as my hubs are not commercial at all: more than 1$ for just 1 click poor advertizer
I'm not asking for the exact amount but I will say that earnings is something Google does allow people to publish.
But not eCPM, page impressions, clicks and other Google generated statistics.
I was surprised at first, too. I got used to it, quick I now make an average $10 a day from adsense alone.
that's really a great income from adsense maddie ...i would love to reach those figures ..how do you get traffic to your hubs ??..i mean where do you submit them to get more traffic??
Wow Maddie, I thought I was lucky to be getting $1. a day. You must be doing something right.
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
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by Melanie Palen 17 months ago
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by Tim Nichol 8 years ago
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by On The Trail 7 years ago
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by Inspirepub 10 years ago
I am still getting full-width Google ads in the middle of my pages, messing up the layout.The impact of this is that it looks like the Hub is only a few paragraphs long, and readers are unlikely to scroll down far enough to find the full-width ad and the text below it.This can't be good for Adsense...
by paradigmsearch 7 years ago
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