This ad only shows on hubs after they have had more than 100 hits. This was introduced as an 'experiment' several months ago, without proper explanation. This denies revenue to the author for no benefit. It would seem to focus users on the 'Related Search' Ads for which the revenue is not shared - is that the purpose? The claimed boost in traffic needs to be demonstrated and justified against the loss of income which is real. If less ads boosts traffic then why aren't the related search ads pulled as well?
Please restore this ad at outset and restore the revenue that the author could receive from it. In times of low traffic - every penny counts. This is a disincentive for adding new hubs. This is the most important ad from the author's point of view as it is positioned so close to the text and title. Please restore it . Thanks
by Dr. John Anderson3 years ago
The ADs which HP said had been restoredhttp://hubpages.com/forum/post/2421910have gone again.It only applies to hubs published in the last few days.What is going on! Please restore these ADS. Thanks,
by Eric Dockett3 years ago
I noticed Amazon products displayed in the skyscraper ad on the right of my page. I also noticed it was displaying the exact same products I had listed in my Hub, further down. I'm sure I've seen Amazon ads...
by Lily Rose6 years ago
I'm a bit lost and unsure if there's anything I can to to increase revenue from one particular hub of mine: http://hubpages.com/hub/wall-decor-photo-displayThis one hub accounts for 27%-35% of my daily views, every...
by Dave4 years ago
Dear HubPages, A significant number of folks that write for your website have experienced a75-90% loss in traffic and revenue. Therefore, YOU have lost a significant amount of money in the...
by Carolee Samuda3 years ago
Hubpages has chosen to place a skyscraper ad directly to the right of our content. Then they placed their own search ads directly below that which means that the share buttons are less visible as many people will not...
by Adventure Colorad5 years ago
Now that the general Hubpages population can join the Hubpages ad program I have to wonder, is it worth it? I have been with Hubpages about two months and have only gained a couple clicks on Adsense. Do I...
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