I was wondering, if you disable HubPages ads, will they be replaced by more Google ads?
I noticed my Adsense numbers went down around the time I started the HubPages Ad program. I know it could be related to the Panda updates, but I was just wondering if Adsense earnings would go up if I disabled HubPages ads.
Yes, you will show more Adsense ads if you disable HPads - the HPads take the place of some of the google ads.
This is no guarantee, of course, that your Adsense income will rise enough to cover the loss of HPad income. Most hubbers that have experimented with it have reported that the combination is the most advantageous.
I suggest to check this post http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/70520.
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