I am a bit confused on this. Some of my Hubs which does not get much traffic shows a Revenue Potential of $$$$$ whereas most of my popular Hubs shows a revenue potential of $ or $$. Can anyone throw some light on this.
The revenue potential is based on the keywords that are found within the text of your hubs so bhoge is right. All it shows you is what potential revenue you could get, its not accurate because even if you get 1000's of PV you still may not get the clicks.
My understanding is that it's based on the keywords.
If your hub has high-paying keywords HP will show a high Revenue Potential, but it doesn't necessarily have to convert to much traffic due to the high competition.
by kmackey328 years ago
Whats it mean when it says the Revenue Potential is $$$$$? Is that good?
by guidebaba8 years ago
How to make good, wise and clever use of "Revenue Potential" Data.I have observed that the more links I add to a Hub, the revenue potential drops. Lesser and Very Relevant Links works best and takes the Hub on...
by Glen8 years ago
In the Hub Metrics for each hub, is Revenue Potential based on the keyword, or how many Amazon/Ebay capsules and products you have (or perhaps how many you should have)?
by Tricia Mason6 years ago
Hi Looking at 'stats', can anyone tell me what decides the 'Revenue Potential' for a hub, please?Thanks
by Christene7 years ago
What does Hubpages use to come up with the Revenue Potential stat?A hub that says Revenue Potential $$ has earned about $100 while hubs with a Revenue Potential of $$$$ haven't earned anything at all.(Yes, I read the...
by emdi7 years ago
Hubpages has a option that shows the revenue potential (number of $ signs). Does it really shows the revenue potential? What is ur exp?
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