Hey, I used to click on the links and easily see what my earnings daily and so forth are. Now-- when I click on the link under earnings for Google Adsense -- a page asking me to "agree to their terms" comes up as though I was never in the program -- when I have been in the program for several years. Did it go away -- change -- or what?
They probably changed something in their TOS. It did it to me, too. You can choose to be reminded later about it but it says if you do not accept by May 23rd, you won't be able to sign in
by Sherry Hewins2 days ago
A few days ago, I noticed that a lot of people were talking about changing from HP Ad Program to Google AdSense. I had tried that a few years ago, but switched back pretty quickly because I earned better with HP....
by Kapil Thakar4 years ago
Once you have applied you cannot change. It sucks and a lot of people have this problem. I suggest checking the Google adsense forums to see if they have found a work-around yet.
by ForexCashBack6 years ago
Hello,I have been on hubpages for a little over a year now and have read stories of people earning $1,000 a month from their hubs. Can anyone give me some suggestions to get to that goal? I have 27 hubs. *Sadly, due to...
by Mike Russo4 years ago
Is google adsense only paying for clicks and not impressions? My adsense earnings have almost gone down to nothing. Has anyone else experienced this?
by Shadaan Alam12 months ago
Well, no doubt google adsense is one of the best in terms of earning revenue from hubpages. However, i have only been earning cents at adsense!! That's so bad. I desperately need help from fellow hubbers, what should i...
by Lisa7 weeks ago
OK follow Hubers! I was wondering if anyone's earnings have bounced back yet from Fred or from HubPages changing the homepage's overall look? I am still earning under $.25 a day! I've lost 98% of my...
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