This has got to be the limits!
First, HP takes away the option to display lesser number of ads. Thus, pages look spammy.
Second, HP introduces "related search" ads which earn only for HP and writers get nothing from.
Third, HP makes sure that "related search" ads stick and stay in spite of the ads being turned off by the hubber.
No wonder that the exodus of writers continues... Today, it is down to 109 thousand!
I feel that Bubblews is a better site for earning. And any blog site is a better place for sharing (without earning).
For a second there I thought you were referring to my covert ad's for readers....they seem to be rare these days.
by Dr. John Anderson3 years ago
Today, via an email from staff, HP has revealed that"The revenue from the Related Searches ads is not shared"These groups of RSS style adense ads appear down the right side, and the bottom of all hubs,...
by Juliette Kando3 years ago
Following a long comment thread leading no-where, I repeat a question asked 3 weeks ago:Do authors get their 60% share from revenue on Related Search ads?A simple yes or no will do.Thank you,SUE ADAMS
by Elsie Nelson5 years ago
I will admit right off the bat I don't think my comparative studies between having HP ads on versus off have been very scientific. However, I am NOT impressed with my earnings when I have HP ads on. What I...
by Bestedex3 years ago
by Marisa Wright5 years ago
I switched off HP Ads one week before the end of April (I was going to wait till the end of April, but had to go away for a few days so did it early).I've now compared the first three weeks of April (with HP Ads...
by Andrew Orrell5 years ago
Today for the first time I turned of Hubpage Ads. I have been running them since they became available and if I'm honest I have been fairly happy with them. But I have always wondered if I had done the right...
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