Hi, I am new here and am in the process of getting my adsense account approved and i was just curious, on average, how long does it take to get your first payout with adsense? Does it depend on how may hubs you write? Thanks for the help!
Welcome to Hubpages! I can't give you a definite answer, because I think it varies for each person. I'm getting close to my first payout, and I've been on Hubpages for 18 months. Yet there were periods when I wasn't writing much. There are probably some other hubbers who got their first payout faster because they wrote more steadily.
Definitely keep writing as much as you can. You'll notice the more hubs you have and the more you promote your hubs, the faster you'll get attention, and the adsense money will start trickling in faster.
Another way to build up your Hubpages profile is to read other hubbers' hubs, comment on them, and follow other hubbers. Many people will reciprocate, so you'll gain a following.
So everyone will tell you just be patient and keep writing. Nothing happens overnight with Internet writing, but a lot of people find the experience rewarding. Good luck!
I have a hub where users can self-report both their average earnings and how long they've been a member of HubPages. Based on those reports and other anecdotal stories, my best estimates at this time is the average time to first payout as experience by an average new user is somewhere between nine and eighteen months.
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People whose past day jobs or web experiences have given them knowledge or skills in the areas of web writing and audience building may experience more positive results faster.
Welcome to Hubpages!
Your question varies based on topics, quality of content, traffic(which has many variables of it's own) and possibly the number of hubs. Each person's results are different and not usually the same.
I've seen people make payout in six months, seven months and I personally did it in seven months. I've also seen people make their first payout at 1 year mark. Not to mention, I've known people on here for two years and not yet make payout threshold.
I've only been on for less than 2 months (I think!) and I'm not even close. I also wanted to say that it took a couple weeks for my adsense account to be approved, which freaked me out a little bit because I thought it would happen faster. So don't worry and just keep writing hubs! Just wanted to share that in case you are in the same boat.
The adsense payout will depend on many factors. Getting traffic to your hubs, tageted traffic, value of keywords selected and so on. Promotion of your hub is very important. Getting backlinks will also help with rankings and potential traffic.
Using rss feeds, social bookmarking, blog commenting and other ways to produce traffic and work on search engine placement can be the differnce in waiting a very long time, or having enough visitors to reach the threshold in a small amount of time.
Use the Google adword keyword tool and then search the terms you are planning on using in quotations. Try different variations and when writing make sure to write very original content. Use synonyms within your content based on your keywords. Do not repeat the same keyword phrase over and over. Seo Dev has a fantastic keyword tool which will help you identify whether ranking for a certain phrase is achievable. Make sure you use it. Market Samurai is also very good and has a free trial.
Just to be clear, you get paid when you make $100. Which takes... as long as it takes.
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