I would like to see the choice of using HP ads on a per hub basis rather than all or none. Some of my hubs have nice traffic but do not lend to click revenue. Impressions would be great on these hubs. Some hubs do very well with Google over the HP ad program. My guess is that you guys already thought of it and are working out how best to impliment the change.
I agree. I have a few hubs that perform GREAT with AdSense as is, but when I enable HubPages Ads, my earnings plummet. However, I have hubs that receive GREAT traffic, but the AdSense PPC really sucks. Being able to ad HubPages ads to those great traffic hubs with crappy AdSense PPC without affecting my other hubs would be a dream.
by Nathan Bernardo5 hours ago
Some people have said they've turned off HP Ads and just use Adsense and actually make more money from Adsense. I'm considering trying that out and was curious how much more some of you are making just through Adsense....
by Dr. John Anderson6 years ago
I think it is related to images being used for the HUB ads and Google ads. When I turned off the Hub ads my adsense revenue rose significantly. I think it is because the block of adsense ads to the right of the column...
by mskills5 years ago
Due to positive feedback regarding the HubPages ad program and myself being relatively new here (around 3 weeks), I decided to have the HP ads enabled from my very first hub. The cents have been steadily...
by Bible Studies6 years ago
I got into an interesting discussion on another thread, and thought it would make a good thread itself. The question of the day is how do you feel about other hubbers clicking on an ad in your hubs?Personally I really...
by Brie Hoffman5 years ago
I just switched to HP from adsense and have noticed that there are some ads that I find offensive (for women in Russia for example). I find it interesting that HP will ding me if I put something off-color on my...
by Paul Goodman5 years ago
Is it better to earn incrementaly, 40 cents a day, or turn off the HP ads and enter the Adsense lottery, where you might get a zero or a $5 click?One is more sensible and the other more exciting, methinks! ;-)
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