I was just wondering why when I signed up for Hubpages Adsense program my Google adsense went to nothing? If I cancel Hub ads will I still get what I made so far? Thanks.
Hub ads replace some but not all of your adsense ads. So adsense income will tend to decline significanlty.
But when you opt out of hubads everything goes back to just how it was before.
I would assume you hubads balance would just sit there and not be paid out if it is below $50.
Thanks for your help:) So do you recommend I change it back or do you think the new hub ad program will eventually out pay Google?
I went back to Google, Hub Ads just didn't have any spikes, kept at $2 everyday lol
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