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how can we get money from google ads through hubpages?? I submitted for ads and got approved a month ago but my ads balance is still 0$. Do I need to add each article url to adsense account??
You need to make sure your account is connected to Adsense in the earnings section.
I signed up for Google adsense quite some time ago and I have made all of $0.04. It won't make you a lot but every bit counts. I recommend focusing on the HubPages ad program and let Google simmer for a bit.
My earlier lengthy comment was directed to Californium. But it might help you also.
However, I just looked briefly at a few of your hubs. I am not trying to be negative, but your problem is not just Adsense. You have very few hubs, many of them have no comments and probably not too many views. You need to study some other sucessful hubbers and learn to do what they do. There is not shotcut to riches or even the middle class on HP.
You have to write well, follow well, comment, improve your hubs, network outside of HP if you want. There are lots and lots of hubs in the learning center that will help you. But you have have to take 4-6 hours and read them carefully and apply what you learn to your hubs. QUESTIONS are fine, but you need to do the "hard work" of studying, learning , and improving your hubs ....then earnings will come, but very slowly.
Earning money at HP is a MARATHON, not a SPRINT.
Want Income? Do the WORK!
I agree with others to make sure your AdSense is set up correctly, as well as working to improve your hubs for more traffic and better ranking on Google.
you needs tons of quality hubs. Also adsense pays you on clicks, not impressions like HP program does
currently I make more off HP then adsense. On my hubs at least, adsense does OK for me on my blogs
Its active. But my url associated with google ads is akhildev143.hubpages.com . I gave this url when I submitted that form for adsense.
Is that why I am not getting any earnings? My article views are above 300 last week but in adsense account, it is only 34 and no clicks. I think google is considering my home page only.
Do you have HP ads connected?
Google will serve adverts where ever you tell it to. In this case, your entire account. 300 is fairly low views wise, and I'm sure some are internal. So as long as you're getting impressions, no clicks wouldn't be unusual.
Make sure you have clicked on My Earnings, EARNINGS, Settings, then Adsense and copy/pasted your ID number into Hubpages.
If you have Hubads enabled and got 300 views, 0 from adsense would be completely normal.
Are you suggesting that with Hub-ads disabled, adsense revenue would rise?
Of course. Thatis how it works.
When you enable Hubads you show only one tiny Adsense ad per hub which earns next to nothing.
The flip side is that you will earn nothing from Hubads and will probably earn less overall.
As psycheskinner says, if you have HubAds enabled then most of the ads on your Hubs are HubAds, not Adsense. Therefore you won't earn much from Adsense - but then you're earning from HubAds instead, and usually they earn more than Adsense.
Have you applied for Hubads? After you turn on Adsense, you need to apply for Hubads separately.
Oh .. got it.. thanks for the info guys... but which is better HPads or adsense??
You will not see much earning form Google Adsense. HP earning is quite better than Google Adsense.
i have published 14 articles on my hub page out of that fourteen only five is featured but still Google wont just accept my ad sense application, i have tried for over a month and the reply i get is "insufficient content" how hubs must i published before i can be allowed to earn? because i really want to earn
Earnings come very, very slowly. All or most of your hubs need to be highlighted, not just published. I din't earn more that a few cents a moth until I had 50 "quality, well- designed, easy to read" hubs published. I now have 100 ALL HIGHLIGHTED hubs and on average I earn 10 dollars a month, but I ahve been on HP for almost two years,
I took a quick look at your hub titles and another problem you may encounter is your subjects. You can of course write about anything you want, but some topics are very popular, (more views, more income) and some are not very popular.
Suggestion: Stop writing for a week or two. Find ten different huners who are consistently ranked 92-96. Look at their hubs, their topics, how they design their hubs, the pictures, the headings. Take notes if you need to -- you will find some patterns and clues as to what a good hub needs to be in orer to get approved and earn advertising revenue. Making any money on HP is a long slow, work intensive process. If money is not an issue, write whatever you want to and enjoy yourself! Good luck.
I suggest that you start a new thread about this because it is a different topic.
If only five are featured, then Google can only see five. HubPages Help section is out of date - you need at least 20 good quality Featured Hubs before you apply, and you must be a member for at least a month.
I joined HubPages 2 years ago and haven't made a single cent from Adsense. Also if you have signed up for the Hubpages ad program, Google ads are only displayed at the bottom of hubs and less likely to be clicked.
Eugbug, if you really haven't made a single cent from Adsense, then I suggest you take a good look at (a) your Adsense account and (b) its connection with HubPages and (c) the ad settings on your individual Hubs, because after two years, if you've got an account, you should see a few cents at least.
yes, you need to write at least 50 hubs to get some few cents earnings from Adsense. With 111 hubs, I earned 30 cents for Adsense. So, you can just imagine how much you can earn with your hubs. I would rather focus on HP earnings because it is more than Adsense.
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