Without giving dollars, can you please guide me as to the various sources (and percentage) of income.
For instance, for the entire year, I received basically 44% from HubPages and 56% from Adsense but I don't believe I have my Adsense optimized and last year was the year of the Panda.
IF we were to optimize our Adsense, what percentage do you believe we would see in comparison to HubPages revenue? Projections for 2012?
No two people are going to have the same results nor is percentages earned something that can be predicted.
by Brett Foster22 months ago
Basically, I mean that us hubbers put countless hours of work into writing one quality hub after another which in turn increases hubpages revenue, which allows them to enjoy the fruits of its writers dedication and...
by johnshade7 years ago
I just wanted to say this because alot of people think you need clicks to makes money, you do but its not the only way to earn with adsense.Some of the image ads are actually cpm campaigns which means you make money for...
by TerryGl7 years ago
Interesting news post today found on Google News.In a post on Google's Inside AdSense blog, VP of Product Management Neal Mohan detailed:"AdSense for content publishers, who make up the vast majority of our AdSense...
by thecounterpunch9 years ago
The chart above (made easily with Excel: check the tools menu / analysis) gives the distribution of daily earnings. Most of days daily earnings is about 0.45.As you can see, it doesn't follow the famous Normal Law in...
by On The Trail6 years ago
Under 3rd party access and hubpages.com it says under host's share of revenue, "0% of content revenue." What does that mean?Thanks!JJ
by Suramya.K6 years ago
I just de-activated my HubPages ads program and I was wondering if someone has any experience to share. Did your AdSense revenue increase after de-activating HP ads?
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