I don't understand why my hubpage ads are bringing less money. I have had more traffic an the last few months but it seems I'm makeing less money. Are the paying by the click or by the view? I was doing much better a couple of months ago. What does this mean?
imgreencat, you are not alone, It seems like my traffic is steady yet, my earnings are almost the same as they were a year ago when the hub ads program came first out and I have significantly more hubs! I had a couple of days were they were picking up but now back again to how they were a year earlier, go figure!
You CPM shows what you earn per 1000 views, has it gone down? If so, I guess your hubs are attracting lower paying ads just as part of natural variation over time (as I understand it PPC and PPV elements are included in Hubads--but I could be wrong). My CPM wanders up and down quite a lot.
Thanks guys, I don't understand much of panda etc. but it seems like things started going bad the last time there was a delay on the earnings and this time again. I don't know if there is a connection with the two but it sure seems like there is something going on.
On a different subject, has anyone tried self publishing a book?
It's all aparently how you write and what you write about....don't just rely on Google for traffic and always have a back up plan ie: Your own websites and something that could tie into your online content offline....Create more income options rather than a small handful here!
If you CPM is 5-6 dollars that is pretty typical.
I had a CPM dip late last year but it is back up now.
If you want to talk about self publishing a book a new thread might be in order?
by Baraccuza 13 months ago
Many people writing different things. But I and I'm sure that many other people would like to know the potential of hubpages. Thanks for answers.
by Simran K 9 years ago
I am talking about best and worst scenarios. I have been through many posts on the forum and other places. From what I understand, you can hope to make (in the best case) about $1 per month per hub. So is that true for many of you? For instance, if I go berserk and post 1000 hubs (don't even ask me...
by easyguyevo 7 years ago
How much money do people really make on hubpages. And if possible are their tips you can provide to other hubbers make a few dimes too!
by Lee 5 years ago
I mean, seriously, how much? I am planning to work as hard as needed. But I must know the game-plan before I rush blindly making hubs! Help!
by MrAhmad 5 years ago
How Much Money do You Make on Hubpages?After completing my first month on HubPages I made $1.06 in my first month. I am wondering how much money established Hubber make.
by Susan W 5 years ago
How much money per month on average do you get on HubPages? How much traffic do you get per day?It would be interesting to see how much money Hubbers get per month. How many hubs have you published and how much traffic do you get per day?
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