In order to earn anything do I have to use the HP Ads or can I stay with Adsense and Amazon? Thank you.
Hey thanks for the reply I haven't been here in awhile and I wanted to make sure of the new rules going forward.
Awesome. Here's a link to help you get started and understand the new program: http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/03/hubpages-ad-program/
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