i am personally feeling that and also have been read in some popular blogs that earning from adsense is falling because most of the peoples are aware about adsense ads now a days and thats why they dont like to click on ads what you say?
Sept was good, Oct was better and so far Nov has been fantastic for my Adsense! I think you have to focus on the individual rather than the general: as I get more and more content on the internet and ranked well in the search engines my income goes up - search engine traffic is everything
My Income is Climbing High with every single post, every single page added to my sites and every single hub published.
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With just 7 Hubs you won't be able to make much money on Adsense. Adsense is more of a number game. The more content you publish and promote, the more are your chances of increase in adsense earnings.
But, why this is in makeoever forum now? Knowledge exchange will be apt
Haven't looked into October statistics yet but I'm sure I've climbed over $150 in Oct and am targeting $200/month by the end of December. Though Hubpages is not the only source it still remains the most profitable for me.
My Adsense income across sites is going up and up too, even though I haven't been adding much content lately.
My earnings are climbing steadily, but the most I've made is around $1.30 a day - but I'm hoping by using the new tools and writing more, these number will improve.
Adsense has been good to me for the last three months...there are days that I get more than 5 dollars, which is great....
My adsense page impressions have improved a lot but my earnings have a downward trend. I am not sure what has happened in the last 15 days?
Absence may not be nice
We are talking about ADSENSE in this thread
I've also seen a drop in adsense - zero click throughs from Hubpages in over a week!
Just checked my adsense account settings (I changed it to only 'allowed sites' after the forum thread here a week or so ago). Seems I've allowed WWW.hubpages.com but not hubpages.com without the www. There's a list at the bottom of the allowed sites page which give URL's which have received clicks from your adsense ID which are not on your list.
I've missed a load of clicks and income it seems, your websites need to be listed without the www too.
Worth checking it out, others may have made the same mistake.
I think the choice "Allow any site to show ads for my account " is default choice. I have this checked for my Adsense Account and think this is the best choice to get maximum returns possible.
Thanks for posting this - I just checked and had made the same mistake :-(
Glad it helped and I'm glad that I spotted it now and not in a month or two's time!
I've made a few cents, but hey, I haven't put a lot of time into bringing people to my page and I don't have many hubs yet. Hopefully I'll get something out of this soon.
I think this dicussion is going to the rite direction.i am not here to earn moiney or also i am not an professional writer who could write on any topic which he or she can write best.
i just write what i feel byethway mostely i got 2-3 dollars a day but in march there was 3 times when i earned more then 10 dollar a day.with same traffic and nearly clicks.can tell a example that i got 12.35 $ for 11 clicks which sounds great.
i think someone can earn good money from adsense just he need to have good content and good traffic.what you say?
i feel you are right i also have felt same but in my case i am not getting any click from the traffic from hubpages.com whats it? does its like digg traffic mith who dont clicks on ads?
Carolina thank you for the heads up!
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