View farming programs are not permissible on HP so I have elected to close this thread my self. Though I still think that some on HP do it.
This is probably against TOS. Someone should be checking your views.
Define probably. Does probably mean it may be likely. Or does it mean I checked you in a previous forum and your just making stuff up to get back.
Oops! Using Traffup and Twistrix are against HubPages Terms of Service and will get you banned. Stop, quick!!
It doesn't really matter whether you are using Adsense personally or not: HubPages does, and if they allow "illegal" activity here, they could lose their Adsense account, which would be catastrophic!
If you're thinking that's unlikely, one of HubPages' competitors, Wizzley, had their Adsense account suspended because one of their users did something similar. Fortunately they were able to get the account reinstated, but it was suspended for several weeks which caused major loss of income for the site.
It's a common newbie mistake, so don't worry too much about it - just delete your memberships quick smart!
Though I deleted my account with both services their is a loop hole. If you earn no money, do no add programs and most importantly disable adds on all of your hubs then you are no longer in violation of TOS.
Those sorts of traffic exchanges are in violation of Google's AdSense conditions, and thus, also in violation of HubPages Earning Program.
As stated up - automated traffic exchanges will get you banned from Adsense.
Oh, I dont use adsense or any of that. I also dont earn a dime on HP. So there is no violation there.
To HP staff. As per the advice of my peers I have deleted both accounts on both sites.
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