In the Earning FAQ I found that hubpages provides adsense revenue share as well as they are having hubpags earning option which pays per each impression.
I need suggestion from experienced members which gives maximum earning opportunity so that I choose that method after posting some articles here.
You can choose them both, in fact, you have to sign up for Adsense in order to be eligible for Hubpage earnings. As to which one pays out more - I've found that Adsense can be an extremely slow build, but a hit is a hit on Hubpages. You make a few pennies with every one. And of course, you can also include Amazon products or whatever on top of things. Less is more - they don't get hit very often either (like Adsense), so don't overdue them.
Hubpages has three major affiliates; AdSense, Amazon and Ebay. To be elligible for ads to be placed on your hubs, you must sign up for and Adsense account and link it with your Hubpages account. When you sign up for Adsense and once your account application is approved, you will earn from both Adsense and Ebay. You can however still earn from Amazon without an AdSense account.
OP is asking whether it is a good idea to activate the Hubads program. In my experience it is.
The answer is that it depends!!
This has been debated several times in the forums and I am too lazy to go find previous posts to link here.. But some do better oh HP ads and others on adsense.
But it really depends on the subject matter of your hubs and the traffic that you receive. The best you can do is try a month on HP and a month on adsense and see how they compare.
by Fiaz Sufi 5 years ago
My Adsense got disabled for no reason. And its happening with of Adsense . So its needed that Hubpages.com provide option to remove Adsense from Earning page settings. There is no point keeping that Adsense linked with your Hubpages account if its disabled.
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by BaizBlogger 6 years ago
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by hassam 8 years ago
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