Not Much. In the 9 months, over 100 hubs, over 7000 views I have not received one payout from Google Ads.
I'm a new member, so I don't make anything yet. But I joined based on a friend's advice, so I'll give you her numbers:
She makes on average around $80 per month from AdSense (just under the payout total, so she gets a check every two months) and $25 from Amazon. She has been working on it for about 7 months, so I imagine this will continue to go up.
It depends on how many hubs you have, the topics you write about, and how you monetize your hubs. It also depends on how many people visit your hubs.
I use a PPC keyword tool to choose my topics so that I write hubs that have high earnings potential and that also stand a chance of ranking in Google so they get more traffic.
I only have a few hubs, but one is earning about $2 a day from Adsense. A few don't make anything, and the rest are somewhere in between.
You've gotta get on your grind brotha!
I'll admit I'm a newb at the HubPages game, but with trial and error you learn what works and what doesn't.
Google Adsense, I wouldn't count on it.
Amazon, yeah you can make some money when you move up in the associates tier, but that will be in due time.
Clickbank affiliate links. Great payouts,
Tip: Use the google keyword tool to do some research. You want to find a keyword phrase with little to no competition, and lots of searches for month. Personally if the phrase I'm searching isn't searched more than 5,000 a month, I don't waste my time on it.
Be patient: HubPages already gets a high SEO ranking within google so you need not worry about building backlinks, althought it's still a good idea if you really want to maximize your traffic. The best thing to do is to use the exact same perma link title as your google keyword phrase you're targeting.
best of luck! Cheers!
I'm new here so I don't know. I already belong to AdSense from one of my YouTube channels. YouTube asked me to join.
I don't make a lot of money on YouTube yet but it takes time and it is dependent upon visits. It's a numbers game.
It depends upon the number of articles you write (and in my case the number of videos that are featured) as well as the number of people who come to read your hubs (or view your videos).
I've learned that content is king so if you write good stuff people will come... but it can take time. Sometimes it may take a year or more to get followers and readers.
You should write at least one new hub a week and be sure to use a title that is relevant. No one will find you in a search if the title of your article (or video) doesn't match their search word(s).
If you aren't getting visits, change your title. If you are young (I'm old) you have lots of time to build an audience.
You either have the knack for writing or you don't.
Write lots and try to write the way you talk. Don't try to pretend to be something you aren't. It will show and your writing will be crap.
Remember, the more times you cast your line, the more fish you are likely to catch. And try to improve your style. It's a numbers game and a quality game. Garbage in garbage out.
And check me out.
I'm a new member. I create 14 hubs in 14 days. It is now the third week and I receive about 0.3 hits / article / day. But... amazingly the adsense click through is high enough that I'm already averaging 5 cents per day! It took me 1 year to get this high writing web pages for my own site, which by the way I have finally (after years of work) made it to 28 cents / day sustained average. HOPEFULLY, Hubpages will eventually provide some decent exposure!
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 $1 per month per hub. So is that true for many of you? For instance, if I go berserk and post 1000 hubs (don't even ask me...
by easyguyevo 7 years ago
How much money do people really make on hubpages. And if possible are their tips you can provide to other hubbers make a few dimes too!
by thecounterpunch 2 years ago
As I said here my adsense earnings is not great as I don't know how to promotehttp://hubpages.com/forum/topic/1398But if you are good at promoting webpages you will do better than me and I will offer 100% of all adsense earnings to you by putting your adsense id on my hubs. Because it doesn't count...
by foreclosure2010 3 years ago
Just thought I would ask to get a few ideas on were I stand in relation to other more experienced Hubbers.
by Cleanclover 9 years ago
I am prepared to do anything to earn 1,000$ from google adsense per month. I need a mentor and some good advice from people who recieve 1,000$ per month from adsense. I am really prepared to do anything. please help!
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