I was very confident this month that I would hit 300 dollars with the HP ad program, but I missed my mark by about 14 dollars or so..However, with HP ads and adsense combined, I was able to hit over $300.
I must say the HP Ad Program and the subdomains have helped me achieve this. After the Panda, my traffic and earning goals were put to a halt, but now, things are looking a bit better.
Thank you HubPages for creating such an amazing writing platform.
I wish you good luck in future also and this 300 to 600 soon.
But After a month in Hub pages I have just earned 50 cents.
And Hub page Ad programme is not for us due to papal limitations.
Well Congratulation for you for your great success.
Paypal limitations for you? Do you not live in US?
No , I don't live in US ? I live in Pakistan where PayPal not supports.
If it makes you feel any better joseph,
it took me a really, really long time to hit my first payout on HP.
You're still VERY new here.
Keep writing hubs. Keep promoting your hubs.
Increase your visibility.
The money will come.
Having just been severely insulted in the religious forums, I had a hard time understanding just why the Pope won't let you earn from HP.
I'm with you, David - last month's earnings (mostly from HPads) are far above anything I ever expected to see for several more years. They totally destroyed even earnings from last Christmas; Nov + Dec added together don't even come close to last month.
Much of the credit goes to HP for their work on HPads; while I realize the program doesn't work for everyone, for me it was an absolutely amazing month at $346 from that program alone.
I also realize that it won't continue forever; contracts with advertisers come and go all the time, but for Sept. HP outdid themselves.
A big thank you to HP for their efforts.
Yes, a big thanks to HubPages
I actually did not fare well in terms of CPM last month though, but in terms of overall earnings/traffic, I did.
Also, I did not expect to see these type of earnings either because of what happened with Google Panda in Febuary. I'm glad I actually stayed determined enough and believed in HubPages. I almost quit.
One thing I would like to do is make money with Amazon too. I put some Amazon Capsules on my highest traffic gathering hubs, but I don't really expect many clicks or sales. However, considering how many views I am getting, it might be a good idea.
Amazon associate interface is a bit confusing to me though. The reporting is different than adsense and HP Ads. I guess the earnings at the top right corner are my total earnings of all time?
Congrats David, hopefully your earning would skyrocket from here..
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