Just a quick thought I had...
If we are involved in the HubPages Ad Program, we should be able to have one square advertisement on your profile, probably towards one of the 2 sidebars?
It would mean extra revenue, and those who view our profile, but don't actually read any Hubs would still factor into our earnings reports.
Hmm... I am seeing one ad on my Profile page (even when logged in) directly underneath the "others you might like" section. It is also visible by me on other Hubbers Profile pages?
I think when you log out, there may be one or two, least there was before all these changes I use to have a lot of 'alternative energy' ads on my profile. Not sure now with all these changes
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by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
Do earnings from the Hubpages Ad program include earnings from the ads on your question page?If so, are the ads on the questions page turned on automatically if you have opted for Hubpages Ads?
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by Carisa Gourley6 years ago
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