Hey, I have a question: How many views do your hubs get a month?
I'm trying to earn money on hubpages, and it seems like even if I dont get any clicks on ads, I can earn money if I have traffic. I'm just wondering just how much traffic I need.
I'm getting about 1615 views per day. Currently, this is worth a few cents per day, a couple bucks per month.
How much traffic is relative. My hubs are not very unique or interesting, most of them. I get the most traffic from a movie review I wrote for the Adjustment Bureau, and another I wrote for a class on apartheid.
My YouTube revenue developed in the same way. I made a few cents, or no cents each day for a very long time. Now, I get a check from them for $100 to $130 dollars every three months.
The point is, write what you enjoy, learn about making good titles, SEO, and optimizing your writing. Learn & write in equal proportions. Invest 10% in yourself.
For every 10 hours invested, one hour should be learning about online writing for profit.
Best wishes for you,
PS- Remember to always ask God's permission and blessing before you begin anything.
I get around 4,000 views a day for all of my Hubs combined - but it took me a long time to get to that point! I've had to make my share of Hubs before I started making any revenue. I agree that traffic DEFINITELY helps.
I usually get at least 50 views a day. And 2000 views a month.
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
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by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
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by Chantele Cross-Jones 4 years ago
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by Jean Bakula 2 years ago
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by Distant Mind 5 years ago
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