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Right now, I finished my 200th hub, pretty decent for 8 months ;-).
(no adsense payout yet, but I'm very optimistic)
If you haven't reached Adsense payout yet, then I suggest you stop writing Hubs, and spend the next month analysing why!
First, check your word count. A Hub needs to be at least 400 words to be successful.
Second, look at your Adsense account and see which Hubs are making money, and which are not. Try to work out why.
I wrote a Hub on optimizing your existing Hubs to make money, it may help. Darkside also has some great Hubs on how to Hub.
Congrats on reaching that level of production. If you've not reached payout as of yet? I'm not sure what to say. But, then again, the Panda(Google) update sliced in to your time and ability to earn, without a doubt.
Good luck going forward.
Yeah 200 hubs should help you, its all about traffic and quantity helps but try not to compromise quality.
I even have my Youtube account linked to Adsense now but my video brings in views but isn't a big earner..gonna try and get a popular video while Im on holiday
Two hundred hubs is an accomplishment, but I looked at four of them and three had about 100 words or less. Those may be in danger of being unpublished.
Congratulations on such a great accomplishment! I looked at your profile and you have a great and interesting assortment of hubs
Don't worry about the money. If you write it, the money will come
Congrats! I really have not made much at all and I have 15 or so hubs up. I am getting decent traffic to most of my hubs, but have only seen a couple of dollars. I think I am going to spend a little time back linking my hubs and growing my traffic base, I would suggest you do the same.
Thanks anyone for your reply, really appreciate.
I think that now I'll do a little analysis of the hubs. Maybe edit some which have minimal word content and try to backlink some.
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