I'd like to use only HP Ad Program but I can't figure out how to turn off my Google Adsense.
You can't. Well, you can but you would turn off the HP ads as well, because the two work in tandem. The choices are:
a. Adsense only
b. Adsense + HP ads, or
c. No advertising at all (you would have to set that for each hub individually, unless things have changed since I last tried it).
by Priyanka Biswas6 years ago
I am a little confused here. What does "Estimated Earnings" mean in Google Adsense? And what is my actual earning in that case and where can I see it?
by brandonhart1006 years ago
I know it sounds crazy to you but I am considering turning my adsense off. Although I joined in November Christmas was an Amazonian surprise!Total items shipped 988TOTAL EARNINGS *$1,467.05My adsense earnings...
by Mousumi Paul4 years ago
From Google help,I know that I should copy and paste the Gogle AdSense code in my webpage.But when i try to do that using their help,It's not working.Because when i try to view the sourse code,i can't edit them,so i...
by Mary Neal7 years ago
At HubPages, do writers have to have an account with AdSense for Google ads to appear on their hubs, or do they appear because HubPages has its own account with Google AdSense? I ask because I have Google ads on my one...
by Marcy Goodfleisch3 years ago
Hi, Team - We know you can't file DMCA complaints on behalf of our work, but would it be possible to alert Hubbers when major scrapers are found in various categories, so we can all individually check for our...
by FootballNut13 months ago
I was wondering if Hubpages offer a revenue sharing HTML code that can be implemented into the hubpages members own websites.The Hubpages Ad programme seems to work better than google adsense in respect of how much can...
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