If we opt out of the ad program and go back to adsense only, cane we switch back to the ad program at a later time. Seems like I did better monetarily with only adsense. Any suggestions?
Thank you so much Cagsil, just what I needed to know!
Hi scarlton, like cagsil said, yes, it is possible to re-activate the Hubpages ad program for the freedom of testing out what ad program works best for you.
I would also like to point out and show you this blog post - http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/03/ad-layout-changes/
It shows you the ad layout for the hubpages ad program and for the google adsense program.
As others have said, you can switch between them. If you're going to try switching off HP Ads, leave them off for about a month. Income fluctuates - if you only do it for a few days or a week, it's too short a time to get a fair idea.
I'm like you! I switched off HP Ads for most of April. Adsense recovered, but nowhere near its old levels. I've switched HP Ads back on now.
However, everyone's different - some people find Adsense does recover so they don't need to go back.
Yes you can. I have activated and de-activated my HP Ads Program for testing purposes.
The only thing you are not allowed to do is quit Adsense. If you do, then you cannot take part in HP Ad program.
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