Hi, everyone is google Adsense program the only way monetize your hub?
But do I need to have a Google Adsense account for that too...?
Joining the HubPages Earnings Program is the place to start to monetize your hubs. You cannot join the other programs till you join HP Earnings Program.
So the answer is yes? You have to associate an Adsense account no matter what? Bummer, I was banned from Adsense years ago.
I heard there was a way to split revenue with Hubpages and use their account or that they had their own advertising system... Something along those lines. Is this no longer the case?
With the Amazon affiliate program, you have the option of joining it on your own or joining it through HubPages. Joining Amazon through HP means you do split with HP, but you get a better exposure to ads/clicks.
Joining the HubPages Earnings Program is where most of your revenue will come from. You have to have a PayPal account to join the HP Earnings Program.
You do not have to have an AdSense account, but if you do want to join adsense, you must be enrolled in the HP Earnings Program.
Although You have the other options of ebay and Amazon to monetize your content on hubpages, I prefer Adsense over them as it really yields me a decent revenue from the posts I have here...
When I head over to my earnings settings and try to configure any of the monetizing options, It lists associating a Google Adsense Account as a requirement on every one of them.
I do not see this on any of my affiliate programs. Although Google Adsense is great to have, you do not have to have it in order to have Amazon, Ebay, or HP Earnings Program.
My apologies -- I found a link in HELP that shows AdSense listed as a requirement for all the affiliate programs. Here is the link:
if you look at screen grab of the earnings settings page for amazon, it list having a Google Adsense Account as a requiement.
For those us that don't have or are not allowed to have a Google Adsense Account, what are we supposed to do?
by StellaSee 2 years ago
Currently I'm signed up with Google Adsense and I've been debating whether I should sign up for the Hubpages Earning Program because I'm hesitant to give out my tax information. Or should I worry about this only after I have a decent amount of traffic coming to my hubs?
by Joe Young 3 years ago
On browsing the forum, I have become aware that we can't earn on HubPages without AdSense. This is a grim realization for me.I have 29 featured hubs that are generally considered to be of reasonable quality. I applied for an AdSense account over a year ago, and since then I've had nothing. When I...
by geekMachine 3 years ago
Just after being moved from Squidoo, I tried to apply for an AdSense account, which failed for this reason:"Insufficient content: To be approved for AdSense and show relevant ads on your site, your pages need to have enough text on them for our specialists to review and for our crawler to be...
by genebob 4 years ago
While I link my Adsense account, it directs me to Google, which then asks if I want to accept the association, I say yes, then it directs me back to Hubpages, but it just loads a blank page, nothing comes up. I could not find anything like this in the help section, is there something else I need to...
by Shadaan Alam 2 years ago
Well, no doubt google adsense is one of the best in terms of earning revenue from hubpages. However, i have only been earning cents at adsense!! That's so bad. I desperately need help from fellow hubbers, what should i do to increase my earnings
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
We have always cared deeply about providing the most rewarding place for people to publish online and we continue to work on improving overall monetization for your Hubs. One of the benefits that the HubPages Earnings Program is about to offer (scheduled to be released between October 5th and...
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