I'd be delighted to throw out my three AdSense ads and replace them with HP ads.
And I'd be happy to continue my adherence to all things AdSense TOS.
Do you mean by copying the ad code inclusive of our HP affiliate ID and pasting it into our own websites?
Might work for HubPages if the 60/40% was included in the code too.
Does Google allow websites to carry copied ads from other websites?
hhhmmm... I wonder..
Exactly. My guess is HP could cannibalize http://hubpages.com/help/ads as their starting point.
Imho, this could really be something. Speaking for myself, I know I'd make 10 times more from an impression-based system than a click-through one.
The more you say about this idea, the more I like it. I'd definitely do better with impressions than clicks.
I was thinking more like a direct HP ad on my blog with a tracking code or HP could pay me a fixed rate monthly for placing a banner, other than that....I don't know
HubPages is using other ad services to create the in-house program. Those services would have to carry ads that HubPages paid to place and then we'd all have to sign up with those companies from our other blogs and sites.
And then we'd only be able to do it if our other sites allowed the other ad companies.
AdSense uses other ad services, and there are none of those problems there...
And guess what? HP is already doing this. There's only one teeny, tiny, little problem... https://yieldbuild.com/lead/apply?utm_content=none It's that pesky, little paragraph on the right...
HP could add the snippet route if it wanted to. The only real concern is if they can make the back-end efficient enough to make the concept economically feasible for lower-traffic sites.
And my cat is bigger than your cat.
You need to get 100,000 visitors a month to use it. Now that is a goal, but I don't know if I can ever reach it.
Thanks paradigmsearch. I don't know. I'm not even halfway there.
That's a truly awesome website you got there... I'd poke YB with a stick about it; and mention your Hubberism when you do.
by DinoMommy 4 years ago
Hello,I just started here at HP recently, and so far I'm less than impressed with it overall. I have two other blogs, (one url I own, the other is a wordpress blog) and I wanted to use HP for content that doesn't really fit in at my other blogs. I'm about to delete my HP account and just start...
by Billy Haynes 6 years ago
What earns you more, Adsense or the Hubpage Ad Program?I have been reading over some previous questions and answers and I got to wondering which ad program is currently paying better, or is running both best? I know it can vary, but if you have any math to go with it that would be great.Right now...
by Dani Merrier 21 months ago
I've heard people talk about turning off Adsense to earn more from the Hubpages program, but I'm really confused about how this works. Does HubPages pay better than Adsense? I thought Adsense was required to make money on HubPages and the two incomes were added up in your daily earnings. Can...
by Kevin Languedoc 7 years ago
I see a lot of discussions about earning from Adsense but I switch to HubPages ad program when it was launched back in April. Since then my Adsense revenu has dried up. I am earning with the HubPage Ad program but much less than the initial months. Which of the two are hubbers are using or both and...
by Ben Guinter 8 years ago
I'm curious if anyone has tested by a month to month basis whether or not you make more with Adsense alone or with HP Ads?It's impossible to do a true split test, since each month will be different, but I'm curious to hear your results...Some of us won't get a lot of traffic so Adsense might be...
by Chaya Parmessur 8 years ago
Before joining hubpages ad program I was happily watching my earnings go up with google adsense. I have more hubs now but my earnings are now down to practically nothing! Could somebody explain this to me and what I can do to rectify the situation.Thanks very much!
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