Hello Hubbers! I'm earning more revenue on my Adsense than the HubPages Program. What about you? It may be due to tremendous decrease in CPM of HubPages Program. Please share your experience.
Is your Hubpages Ad Program set up correctly? I'm earning about 90% more on it than I am on Adsense.
Always been the same with me too. HP Ad Progam is much better IMO.
Yes. It's ok. My CPM has dropped drastically. That's why; I am earning more on Adsense.
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