My Adsense account has just been approved and I can see that it has been activated properly under the Hubpages 'earnings' tab under 'my account.' However in reading the Adsense 'Newbies' guide, I am still unclear as to whether it is me or hubpages who controls a) how many ads will appear on each page and b) which shapes and styles they will be. I would like to be able to optimize my page layout according to the suggestions I am finding under their guide. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
On HubPages, all layout, sizing, etc of any advertisements on your Hubs is controlled by HubPages.
by John Ray De la Cruz Cuevas29 hours ago
When I checked my Google AdSense account this morning, this is what I saw. Does it mean that my application was approved?
by Tomi Smith2 days ago
I'm confused. Can I get some help please? I am now completely connected to AdSense, but now what? Am I supposed to place ads on each article page within HubPages? I attempted to do this, not knowing what I'm doing, by...
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
There is currently a problem with the display of AdSense ads across HubPages. We are investigating the issue, and hope to have ads working again soon.
by Shauna L Bowling4 years ago
Why am I not seeing any ads other than the ones hubbers manually add to their hubs? I don't see AdSense ads on any hub I've read in the last several weeks.
by seamist7 years ago
Please help me. For almost a month or more now, my adsense earnings have been non-existent. A few weeks ago, I checked my hubs and alot of them had no adsense ads on them. Tonight I rechecked them. After going through...
by Dorsi Diaz7 years ago
Something just occured to me, not only are we writers here but we are ALSO CONSUMERS. I see nothing wrong with clicking on a fellow hubbers google ad if it's something we are interested in. I am getting the feeling that...
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