Are we closer to being able to sign up with Yahoo's affiliate program?
No, we're still testing the performance of the yahoo ad network, but only in the HubPages share of impressions. If it reaches a level of performance that is close to AdSense we will open it up.
Please don't Paul unless the extend their scheme to non-US residents!
Yes, otherwise some hubbers would have an unfair earning advantage.
But that's debatable.
If we add additional networks like yahoo, they will be optional. Ads in your share of impressions will only draw from the networks you have active.
by BristolBoy5 years ago
Is anyone else having a massive adsense earnings boost?I checked my earnings at about 6 and had very little, and yet now have much more in there. In Adsense this accounts for about half my clicks and about a third...
by Pamela Lipscomb3 years ago
I was kind of frustrated with my earning for a while. Since last Feb as a matter of fact. Last month I decided to block Google certified ads and my earnings a up 100 last month. I would be really...
by rancidTaste7 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by Pamela Lipscomb5 years ago
How can you track the earning coming from referrals?
by Stove And Home17 months ago
My Adsense earnings (not the ad program earnings) dropped by two-thirds yesterday yet I have the same amount of traffic as always. This has never happened before. Did I miss some kind of FYI that the page restructuring...
by shabarigirish5 years ago
HP ads are running on my hubs since one week. My earnings through the program are pretty low, may be because of lower traffic I am getting. My hubs were making couple of dollars before signing up with HP ads. Now from...
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