After joining Hub pages affiliate earnings , I found that there is no adsense ads on my page. what may be the reason behind that?
You need to read this >> http://hubpages.com/faq/#hpads-appearance
Also, if you don't yet have an adsense account you won't be able to earn from the Hubpages Ad Program.
I just reviewed one of your Hubs and did see ads on it.
Look for the "ads by Google" section.
If you have applied for adsense before and did not qualify you may need to change your e mail and apply again
Once you sign up for HubPages ads. these will be on your pages most of the time. A the moment I cannot recall the location of different ads. on the pages. However, if you search through the Learning Center you will probably find an explanation of it and possibly a graphic too.
Maybe someone who knows a more precise answer will add to this as there are many experienced Hubbers who are knowledgeable on such things.
Sometimes you have to look for the best answer to your questions in the forum, but often the Learning Center has the most detailed and relevant info. for queries.
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