I am getting about an additional 10% impressions from mobile impressions, but as has been noted before there is little or no Adsense income etc from this traffic.
Are there ways in which we can monetize this, or is it simply a case of scale - once all traffic moves to a more mobile platform, the clicks and revenues will come?
Is there anything I can do now that will take advantage of the traffic from a mobile device?
Out of interest - what do Hubs look like on an iPad? Do the Google Ads disappear? do the Amazon ads look good! Methinks I've found justification to buy myself an iPad or a Kindle Fire!
I'd like to know this, too - I've gotten thousands of impressions and exactly 1 click for a few pennies. I can't remember earning anything from the impressions themselves.
I recently wrote a blog post about the Kindle Fire, which is now on pre-order through Amazon. 199 dollars for an e-reader/tablet hybrid with cloud-based content access? This is a surefire win for consumers.
Also, Amazon is pretty friendly with self publishing, so this is also exciting news for authors who might be looking at publishing their novels on their own.
No link snipping needed, I'm just excited about where all this is headed.
by Misha 9 years ago
I am scratching my head I have a page on Squidoo that gets some good traffic. In a range of 1000 views per day. At the same time, they pay me peanuts for it. My similar HP page that gets times less traffic brings me times more money! Go figure what they do with my money? So I realized I am giving...
by StormsHalted 5 years ago
Recently came to know of HP's policy of taking 40% of our impressions.......means or probably implies that for every $100 you earn HP might earn $40 or even more.........do you think its justified I mean they host our articles and do albeit some SEO for it but for that are you prepared to pay that...
by Daniel 5 years ago
Here's something for you guys to consider, and I am simply reiterating a comment I made on another post. You need organic traffic to your Hubs! Why? If you are using adsense, or any other monetization method on Hubpages, you will not, I repeat, you will NOT get credit for clicks on your ads from...
by bloggerdollar 10 years ago
First of all Hello to all hubbers,I'm new in community maybe you've seen some of my articles.I have a question about Amazon affiliates. I've never used amazon before so I got sth to ask.I am using the amazon widget given with the hub pages. When I go check for my amazon reports I see under link...
by ShyeAnne 4 years ago
I joined Hubpages approximately 3 years ago. I have 25 - 30 hubs. All of my published hubs are featured hubs. In 2012 I made a little over $50 revenue on my hubpages hubs. Altogether since I began writing on Hubpages I have reached almost 30,000 views. While perusing the forums I see...
by Kristen Howe 3 years ago
How to monetize hubs with Amazon and ebay?For the past three months, I've been making money with Adsense via Hub Pages. But I've been wondering about adding Amazon and ebay, too, since I do include Amazon products in my hubs. For almost a year, I've been monetizing my book review blog...
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