I want to opt out of the ad program and have my earnings from adsense, how do I do this please. And also do you make more from the ad program or the adsense. and how do I opt out of ad program or adsense. Your help will be much appreciated
Go to "My Account", then "Earnings". You will see a "configure" button next to HP ads (it's the top one). Press configure and you will have the option to turn them off.
I have seen through these months that I earn more from Hubpages ad program. Adsense seem to be yielding very few clicks despite the high traffic.. you may want to consider that ad program earnings is based on views while Adsense on clicks.
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