No idea, but you could do with making those boxes central.
And as per the Hubpages TOS, your post is promotional, as is any post featuring a URL of any external website which is owned by you on any part of the forum.
If this is not a promotion then you need to type URL without WWW and HTTP.
Traffic exchange program ? Let me guess something like hits4u, hittoad, traffic storm like captcha based surfing service ? If yes, then expect to get slap from google adsense in future. Facebook and Twitter will hardly bother about those programs because there is a lag of few minutes between page surfing and amount of sent visitors depends on your campaign on such traffic sites.
If you're serious about your sites then get rid of - .cz.cc, .cc and cjb.net type of free domains.
If I used traffic exchange program to promote the web page without Google AdSense ads, but on its other pages there is an AdSense ads.
Did I violate the AdSense?
If you built that page yourself with HTML, which it looks like you have done, then you need to use these:
Because without them your site looks silly.
If you have a query about AdSense TOS then the place to ask is the Google forums. I suggest that you don't tell them that you have ALREADY used a traffic exchange, instead ask what would happen if you did.
Why you're running traffic exchange campaign ?
I just want to promote a web page without Google AdSense ads with a link to my website with AdSense ads, to have a lots of fan on Facebook page, and to have more followers on Twitter.
I know if I used traffic exchange to a page with AdSense ads it's violated their Terms of Service, I just want to know if I promote a page without AdSense Ads but on its other pages there's an AdSense Ads, did it violate the AdSense ToS?
If you used a traffic exchange program with a website that isn't supported by AdSense ads, then I've learned that it's okay. Using it with a website with AdSense ads will lead to a ban when Google finds out about it.
If it's a site that has no AdSense ads but links to a website that does... well, I'm not too sure about that, but some might argue that you could land up in trouble.
If you're in doubt, stop using it. And do make sure to read through the appropriate AdSense TOS.
That's what I want to know!
By the way I'm not starting using traffic exchange program.
What if I used traffic exchange to promote a website with a link to like a Facebook page, and a link to profile on Twitter?
I'm just thinking why those two social sites breaks the surfing frame that cause to doesn't accept by traffic exchange.
Did I violate the Terms of Service of Facebook page or Twitter?
You did not violate the terms of service of either Twitter or Facebook.
If you want a conclusive answer to your query about AdSense then you need to either:
a) Ask on the Google forums.
b) Read the AdSense terms of service like everybody else.
Because otherwise it looks like you are simply seeking somebody to tell you WANT to hear and finding somebody to tell you what you WANT to hear is not going to save your AdSense account from a permanent ban.
That is possibly one of the most original websites i have ever visited on the interweb. It has a rather nostalgic feel to it, sort of like pre-93, keep up the good work
by Siew Cheng 8 years ago
Yesterday I was surfing easyhits4u, and came across one hubber using easyhits4u to generate traffic to her hub.Hopefully nobody clicks on the google ad that is so prominently displayed on her hub. It's very risky to use any traffic exchange. Google will definitely cancel the Adsense...
by Rob Winters 7 years ago
I started using traffup a while back as it was recommended by a no. of different hubbers. It can definitely get you some quick page views although i don't think they tend to be quality traffic. Noticed an automatic warning on my hubs the other day about 'not using a traffic exchange to get traffic...
by Peg Cole 5 years ago
Is there a way to get rid of unwanted traffic sites that attach a link to our hubs without our knowledge? I try to individually monitor my hubs for suspicious traffic and have written two letters to the offender who has sent me 8 visits on one hub this week. Now HubPages has marked my hub with a...
by belief713 10 years ago
Hi all,I tried finding my answer elsewhere with no luck so I figured I'd see if anyone here knows the answer. I was thinking of advertising one of my hubs with a Paid To Click site...a) does HubPages allow that?b) does Google AdSense allow that?I saw on one of the other forum topics that you...
by George Poe 8 years ago
Hi all...I've been using social media to promote my hubs for some time with reasonable success and have come upon something which I want to throw out there to see what comes back;Social media as we all know is about sharing quality content and NOT about self promotion; great when you are earning a...
by Peg Cole 6 years ago
Today I got a warning violation on one of my hubs and I have no idea what it means or how to fix it. This hub has been copied and plagerized for months by people on RedGage and Digital Writer and FreeAdWebsites and other places. I've reported most of these and tried to get them to stop posting my...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|