I have applied the adsense account through hubpages.
However, I know that adsense won't approve an account so easily, I wonder if my hubs still earn ads revenue before adsense's approval?
I have read the FAQ and it claimed that even with no adsense, writers can still earn through hubpage earning program. But I didn't see this program in the earning page and not sure if this is activated already.
What I saw is that the hubpages earning program is not activated. To activiate it, I need to associate an adsense account =.=
Does this mean that no adsense account = no earnings through ads in hubpages?
Could you provide a link to where it says you can earn from the HP program without Adsense?
I ask because that's definitely a mistake, and I'm sure HP will want to correct it.
Here is what I have found:
Under "What are the requirements for each program available through the HubPages Earnings Program?" section, it said that we only need to submit a tax form and a PayPal acct to join the HubPages Earnings Program (HEP)
Hey Marisa, I think he meant the HEP (Hubpages Earning Program) from other ads. They seem to have opened up a way to earn without Adsense.
The Earnings Program includes HP Ad Program, and other things like Apprentice Bonuses, Contest Winnings, and the eBay program. You do need Adsense for the Ad Program. There is a handy picture that shows the difference between the Earnings Program and the Ad Program.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubp … am-and-ads
The section in the learning center is very confusing. The chart makes it seem as if the HEP is separate and you don't need to have an Adsense account.
That's exactly what that means. No Adsense account, no Hubpages earnings either.
Unfortunately, yes, that's exactly what it means: no earnings through the HubPages ad program until you have an adsense account.
Your hubs can still earn money from Amazon without having an adsense account. I'm pretty sure this is what is meant.
If you have not been approved for AdSense the ad clicks will go to Hub Pages only.
I just gave up on the adsense not sure how to use it. I just simply enjoy writing. Happy Sunday to all.
Please don't give up. I realize that getting approved by Adsense is a pain in the arse, but it's worth it. If you're going to spend your valuable time writing articles, even if it's just for fun, why not earn money in the process?
Check out my article on Getting Accepted into Google Adsense for some tips and advice: http://vvanness.hubpages.com/hub/Gettin … e-Adsense.
I had been a member for three weeks, had about 31 articles written, and had re-applied 6 times before I was accepted. Keep in mind that you CANNOT earn money from Hubpages without first having an account with Adsense. Persistence and patience are essentially the key.
Please read through this article and let me know if you have any further questions. I'll do my best to help you out!
Hi Elsy Chapmon, In HubPages there are several ways to make a nice and constant revenue, like: AdSense, Apprenticeship Bonus, Contests Prices, Ebay/Amazon capsules but you need some requirements before:
-You can start winning something with the Amazon capsules, you only need to fill some data and be approved by them. It's easy to be approved and you can start getting some revenue with it, while you're starting in HubPages.
-For the Ebay capsules you need to have an approved AdSense account.
-For the Apprenticeship Bonuses, you need to be in the HubPages Apprentice program, stay alert for the opening of this program again.
- For the AdSense there are many tips to get it fast and without problem. You need to have at least 20 High quality hubs featured by HubPages in your profile with a minimum of 1000 words, 3 pictures and some extra stuff like videos, polls, etc..., Google love blogs with long and interesting articles, this can be a fast track for the approval of your account.
Keep doing hubs about things you like to write about and don't feel frustrated by this, you'll get the approval sooner or later, just keep doing High Quality Hubs and you will get it. Good Luck.
She believed she could so she did. That's me. I'm right at the beginning of my hubpages journey and through reading the forum here I am well aware it's going to be a slow and frustrating process to be able to earn a little from my work but that aside, I won't be giving up.
Hubpages give me a chance to do what I've always wanted to do. I wish you rhe strength to continue if that's what you want to do.
That's the right attitude mchllhwgt. Good luck, and it is not all work, you will have a lot of fun as well.
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