What niches make the most money for clicks?
I don't know if theirs an average answer for this or not, but it seems 20 cents i got for a click sometimes then I might get double or triple for one click.
I wish I knew what hubs were getting this.
loans, lawyers, credit cards, stuff like that by far, but it's fairly hard to get ranked and pretty boring to write about.
Hi David, You can research keywords with Adwords and if you use their advanced options setting you will see a tab that says "filter keywords". This tab is AWESOME. Why? OMG it has a filter that says Estimated Avg Cost Per Click. You can set this to return keywords that have an estimated value of whatever amount you like. So you can set it to only show you keywords that pay 75 cents or greater. Whatever amount you want it to filter.
If you want to see which hubs are earning clicks and how much the clicks are worth go into your adsense account and add each hub as a URL channel. Also, sign up for google analytics and then place the code in your affiliate settings here on hubpages. The data will tell you which hubs are earning, plus a great deal of other useful info.
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but don't go for this these are highly competitive niches try picking something small to get more traffic
I don't advise going for high paying keywords, that is kind of a goose chase and with a site like hubpages you are not going to even be in the ballpark. As evolveasite stated go for something niche and something you really know.
by letterme 6 years ago
Do you research for keywords each time you plan to publish a hub?
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What are your strategies for finding good keywords for articles, and what factors do you associate with a good keyword or keyword phrase?
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by Ru-an 8 years ago
So far all my clicks on adsense ads on my hubs have yielded a pretty small return. Nothing more than a few cents per click, while on my other sites i have gotten more. Why is this the case and is it the same for you? At this rate its gonna be pretty hard to make anything substantial from hubpages.
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