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I have made an extra $1 in May from Hubpages from adsense compared to April though both the numbers are less than $10. Should I be happy? May be a small reason to be happy that things are moving up?
Life is always fluctuating sid, so be happy whatever! Any earnings should be celebrated. Well done that your hard work is reaping you rewards.
Yeah, I'm still here after all you whack-os talked me into staying! I did turn off HP ads for awhile becuase I think by and large my hubs are ones that should be commonly searched in Google and see an upswing already in my Google earnings. It still may take me eight more months to hit pay-out, but I was dead ending with HP ads.
So yeah, Sid, like she said! Be happy!
My first 2 months on Hubs was a disappointment as I made a total of $0.00 which inspired me to write about it.
What I did to get over my disappointment was to focus on my writing skills, market my hubs (ie, social networking), improve previous hubs by editing or rewriting. Genuinely find hubbers with high quality hubs to follow and research all my articles properly before publishing.
Don't concentrate on the money, concentrate on you writing and hub activity and very soon you will earn more.
OMG hope i didn't have anything to do with you changing your mind and deciding to stay.
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