Hubbers, do you have any suggestions about how to increse your earnings on Google Adsense.
My page views are increasing, but I am not seeing where this is having any impact on my earnings. My earning is still $0.00.
It took me over six months to get any clicks on Adsense and nearly 18 months to reach payout.
On the other hand, others succeed faster. It depends how good you are at keywords, SEO, backlinking and all the other non-writing stuff that seems to be far more important than the quality of your writing itself these days.
You haven't even hit 1,000 views yet. On average, you can expect anywhere from a 1-5% CTR (click through rate). And that's only on views from search engines.
And since you've got less than 1,000 views, you might've only had 300 views - and all of them might be from Hubpages. And other hubbers don't click adverts.
I'd recommend checking out this hub.
I would suggets other adsense avenues like blogging, it's free and you can't post anything on a blog.
I'll take a closer look at blogging, Cardisa.
I meant to say you CAN post anything on a blog
I'm definitely getting higher click amounts on my other sites..bidders are not being directed here or they don't see the value yet.
Google is punishing us for some reason
I hope someone who is earning big will let us in on the secret !
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