I am wondering if it's okay to use both AdSense and HP ad program at the same time. I always assumed it was until I read this today: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/113232
I am now confused.
If I can use them together, is it a good or bad idea to do so? Thanks in advance for your input.
You can absolutely do both, GwennyOh! AdSense is actually a requirement for the HubPages Ad program. You can read more about it in the Learning Center: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubp … am-and-ads
You can also choose to run AdSense only, but we recommend doing both.
Sorry if my post confused you.
You can turn off HP Ads. You can't turn off Adsense.
So, if you turn off HP Ads you can have Adsense running on its own.
There is no way to turn off Adsense and have HP Ads running on its own
If you turn on HP Ads, you have HP Ads and Adsense running together.
Yes! You can use both Google AdSense and the HP Ad Program at the same time. I would assume though that with HP Ad Program turned on there will be less Google ads and more ads from other networks. From my experience I think I've earned more with the HP Ad Program since I turned it ON then with Google AdSense...
Thank you to all who clarified this point for me. I understand now!
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