I wrote a number of Hubs on artists that I love.
I have found through analysis that I don't earn money (or at least this my current understanding) unless I have the Amazon affiliate box - the score in the stats was only 2 $$. When I added the framed art as an option, my score increased from 2 $$ to sometimes $$$ and sometimes $$$$.
Did I sell out? Will my Hub Score go down because of my monetary focus?
Did you change your hub or just add ads?
I don't think there is any problem with placing ads-- people are used to that, and they can be easily ignored.
The only hub of mine I could not put ads on, was in response to a question about murderers.
by clearblue997 years ago
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