What is the point? Is it true you're not allowed to Google plus your own work?
From my understanding, the G+ on adverts is a way to help increase the quality of adverts for viewers.
There are theories that your G+ will be worth more if you do it selectively and don't G+ everything you come across.
I was wondering because why would anyone want to share a Google ad to there followers? I new it had to have more to it.
by JessBraz21 months ago
Hello fellow hubbers!I have the day off work today (hurray!!!) I've been up since the wee hours of the morning working on hubs and going through some of the technical stuff in my profile and account to make sure I'm...
by Lisa Stover2 years ago
Does anyone write for Bubblews and if so what do you think of it? Would it be a good idea to take the hubs I have that aren't performing well and put them on there?
by Mizzery Chick8 weeks ago
I'm just coming back after a several year hiatus, and one of the most exciting things that started when I was here was the HubChallenge. Originally, it was 30 hubs in 30 days. Now I see it's changed to either updating...
by salt6 years ago
Can I use this to promote hubpages ... or does anyone have any idea how I can use it... ie for clickbank or some other way of using it. I havent attached a blog yet and I was wondering if I used it to do that - and...
by Kylyssa Shay8 months ago
Does anyone else find it ironic that the very butt hubs and the hubs about shaving genitalia Google promotes on the bottom of almost every hub are not allowed to have ads on them to avoid upsetting Google?
by Brianna5 years ago
I have tried a few but they are either too difficult to understand how to get started, or just plain not as good as Hubpages.
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