First, the good news. Looks like HP is doing a good job as to disabling ads on hubs and questions with "bad words" content.
The bad news? Ya missed one.
If someone plugs a "bad word" into the HP search box, ad(s) show up right alongside the usually very long list of "bad words" results. Thought you would want to know.
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
As we continue to think about Panda, one area for all of us Hubbers to think about is if the content we are creating goes beyond the other content that already exists. The exchange between Matt Cutts and Eric Enge may be helpful to some in this post.http://searchenginewatch.com/article/22...
by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
My Google adsense has improved since I disabled Kontera on my hubs. I waited till I got to my $100 payout, and I notice that in the last couple months I have seen better revenue from Google. Soooo....no definitive test here but I think disabling it was a good idea.Still testing this theory...
by Whitney 9 years ago
I questioned them month ago about my payment that was $30+ under what my account shows, and they said I'd receive payment later because for that particular quarter. Fine... It's been two months, and I questioned it as I still haven't received the payment. Mind you I signed up when HubPages...
by Paul Deeds 8 years ago
by Csanad 8 years ago
I have read that some bloggers disable their comments. This way other bloggers who want to discuss will have to write a separate article on that blogpost on their on blogs, so they have to link back to the original blog. This means more incomig links, hence higher SEPR, which in turn increases...
by Nell Rose 6 years ago
I am not sure how you do it, but I remember reading somewhere that you can disable right click on your articles to stop them being plagiarised by copy and paste, do you think its a good idea? Or do you believe that 'they' are stealing them in a different way? another thing, maybe if when we publish...
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