i made a hub and i have not got Google adsence yet and there are ads by google on my page. WHY?
Those belong to HubPages, once you have an account Hubpages ads will show up 40% of the time.
if i get Google adsence will my ads be there all the time. and will hub pages ads still be there if my ads are
To reiterate what UW said:
-Right now Hubpages adverts are displaying 100% of the time.
-If you get an Adsense account and link it to Hubpages, your adverts will show 60% of the time and Hubpages adverts will show 40% of the time.
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