While publishing a new page I observed that in the adspace, instead of publishing ads by google... sponored links is being displayed and ads are shown.
That's ads are not displaced by Google..
When I edit and publish again ads by google is displayed..
If Sponsored links displayed then the earnings will not be credited to our account or why such thing happen here...
If i understand what you are saying...i think you are complaining that public service ads are being displayed? hence no income for you if they are clicked?
This can be changed in your adsense module, you have full control of your adsense modules, hubpages merely serves your ad id #
But, most likely if you came back and checked a few hours later those public service ads would not be displayed as the module just needs alittle time to figure out what ad best fits your content.
If thats not what your asking, my mistake. Maybe someone else is better at translating your question..best of luck
This is pretty normal for a new page, sometimes it only takes a few minutes for real ads to show up, but it can take a lot longer than that too. Also, if you make major changes to an existing page, you will often get the public service ads as well.
However, if your ads stop showing up all together or they never switch back to normal ads, this could be an indication of something wrong with the content/site.
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
Is google adsense only paying for clicks and not impressions? My adsense earnings have almost gone down to nothing. Has anyone else experienced this?
by Rafini 7 years ago
What are these sponsored links at the bottom of my hub? And - why are there no adsense ads on my hub?
by Will Apse 9 years ago
I've just started to notice the MSN ads on my Hubs. Ok, I'm new and I miss stuff a lot but they didn't seem to be there before. Are these a source of income for Hubpages alone or do Hubbers get a slice of the action? If so how?
by Your Knowledge 8 years ago
Ok there is something ive been thinking about for a while now to ask. First of all when you use the google keyword tool to find high paying keywords i find that the ads displayed on my site is often not what my main keyword suggests. To me this suggests that you dont neccesarily have control over...
by Gary Anderson 8 years ago
Do you guys who have 100 hubscores pay for ads for a site that leads to hubpages or hubpages themselves? And how do you do this?Also, June seems slow, can't remember if that is how things worked last year.
by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
Something just occured to me, not only are we writers here but we are ALSO CONSUMERS. I see nothing wrong with clicking on a fellow hubbers google ad if it's something we are interested in. I am getting the feeling that some people are afraid to do this for fear of reprisal for being click happy...
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