How does eBay AdContext ads work for Hubbers?
eBay AdContext is eBay's contextual ad product. It works very similar to AdSense in that their technology contextually matches ebay items for sale to the content of the page. It pays out just like the regular eBay affiliate program.
On Hubs, we run a small amount of these ads that are automatically placed in similar positions as AdSense ads. For Hubbers, their eBay PID is automatically placed in the ads so that transactions can be tracked back to them on their share of impressions.
by Thomas Swan2 years ago
This probably isn't a bug, but it's annoying and I wish Hubpages wouldn't do it. There is an ad which plays sound appearing on some of my hubs. I think it's a cricket ad with the sound of a bat hitting a ball, and a...
by herrypaul2 months ago
I have been a Hubber for 14 month, but I started to write Hubs about 3 to 4 month ago; my pageviews are 3200 more. I have written 12 Hubs so far; it's not easy to write them -I must think hard...very hard. And I do not...
by StormsHalted3 years ago
Ad Unit on one of my hubs which is found between comments capsule and the end of the hub is removed (it was their a few weeks ago) I want to put it back because it contributes significantly in earnings, anyone know how...
by Rajiv Pandey3 years ago
After 7 months and 19 hubs including 5 Stellar and 9 exclusive titles my adsense account has disapproved. This is disappointing. I cannot find a way out to solve this issue. I have got an error of insufficient content.I...
by ajayshah20054 years ago
Please share your practical experience, the effects of this program on your earnings, keeping in mind about Hubpages TOS as well as Google adsense TOS.Thanks!
by bond0087 years ago
I have an idea for Hubpages to look into and implement if does not involve complications. More and more adsense publisher accounts are being disabled and top hubbers are being targetted. HP may come out of it...
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