Because every hubber whether he/she is new or old he/she will definitely face problem for approving adsense account. Now my question is why hubpages are not paying authors without making a adsense account. I mean like the author should earn their rewards without adsense.
Here is below my thoughts to hubpages staff member and owner:
1: Allow authors to use ebay without adsense account.
2: The authors should earn on per views without adsense.
Share your suggestions what you want to suggest hubpages.
You need to study the learning center section on earnings and gain an understanding of how it works and what happens with the income.
Adsense is an integral part of HPads. Without adsense, there will be little earnings for HP to distribute, and HP only pays out what they have taken in (less their 40% share). What you are asking is that HP completely revamp their earnings programs, using new advertisers and getting rid of all adsense ads, in order to pay the few that cannot get an adsense account.
That is inevitably going to decrease the income everyone else earns; not something I would support much.
There is absolutely no incentive for HubPages to change its policy.
Firstly, HubPages doesn't want writers who've been banned from Adsense, because in many cases there was a good reason for the ban - i.e. they were engaging in practices HubPages doesn't want. Sure, I know people who got banned unfairly, but even though they're common, they're the minority. So insisting on an Adsense account is one way for HubPages to block spammers.
Second, Adsense imposes a six-month waiting period for some countries for a reason - because it has found that the majority of spammers, black hatters etc come from those countries. So it makes perfect sense for HubPages to take the same approach - and why build their own probationary system, when they can simply piggy-back on the Adsense one?
If HubPages was struggling to attract writers, it might consider changing its policy but there are plenty of new writers joining every day, who are able to meet the Adsense requirements - so why would they?
If you don't have an Ad-sense account write at sites that you do not need an ad-sense account like Squidoo ect..
Maybe other hubbers could add more sites that you don't need an adsense account. Hubpages will not pay their authors.
Wizzley doesn't require an adsense account and they have access to eBay. They also use viglink, so there are tens of thousands of affiliate possibilities there. Several people there who don't have adsense, use Chitika.
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