I have just achieve my first one dollars for 1 day, and I feel so happy. It took me nearly 2 month to do this and I hope it continue. How long did people normally take to achieve this, am I slow or normal?
Way to go! It took me a month to earn 2 cents, and I very much doubt that I saw a dollar day in just two months.
Avan, this is really great! It does take awhile for the earnings to add up here on Hubpages, but once your articles mature the traffic stays pretty regular.
avan989 - Congratulations! I still remember how happy I was with my first penny and then with my first dollar. Everyone says, keep at it and shoot for quality hubs with search friendly titles and sub-titles - they are right. I earned 1.26 my first month and was at $20 a month 2 months later. I am now pretty close to monthly payouts. I'm currently in my 6th month and am real excited about seeing continued growth. Earning over a dollar a day is a great milestone - congratulations again. Hopefully we can both say we are at $2 a day and then 3...4...5....6
I share in your joy!
It is normal and I agree, it's a wonderful feeling to see clicks and cents being recorded as you grow your Hubs, you'll see more bad writing and linking can be hazardous
Good job! Took me about 6 months to earn my first $5 here - luckily I'm seeing quite a bit more than that now. Keep at it, it will continue to rise.
This month has been slow for me. Jan was my best and each day was over 0.5 and the highest was 0.8
So getting it in 2 months is awesome and you've got a good number of hubs too
You're doing great, Avan. It took quite a while for me to earn $1/day. I earned zero for a whole month. We didn't have HPAds then. Congrats!
Hi all. Probably SEO's may sometime to bring visitors to your pages always and it may bring more visitors when it getting too old..
SO don't worry abt the present income and keep working on your project for one year without any expectations.
Ths brings awesome results after 1year.
I'm doing the hubpages ad program on this site...and working towards adsense income on other sites.
When I ran adsense on this site....it made me too crazy. I'd make fifteen bucks one day, and then nothing at all for two weeks...so when the ad program came out, I jumped at it for the daily earnings.
When I started I was getting around twenty cents per day. Now, I generally make two bucks per day on average.
Obviously....my ad program goals are now three bucks per day, LOL!
Listen, with the ebay program and the amazon.com potential sales, one could easily make....big bucks in a single day.
...but putting all your eggs in a hubpages basket ain't the way to do things. You need to work on other websites with revenue sharing, and use those sites to link back to here, or vice versa.
Not that my grand plans are verifiable as wonderful with my income....but I'll keep doing the same things, and I've some faith that eventually it'll all add up to more income.
....also, all the people smarter than me at this shiz say the things that give me the ideas to regurgitate here.
(I also seem to enjoy typing really long comments and crap everywhere)
I made about five bucks on the day I made HotD, but I haven't gotten anywhere close to matching that since.
In fact, I just topped $2 for March thus far.
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