So, I went to google's adsense to check on my dismal statistics for my own software, online learning game business website and lo and behold (who says that anymore?), I clicked the "site health" button to find, not my company's links, but hubpages links to questions I have posted in the "Answers" section of hubpages. The ads that run on the hubpages app on the top line, apparently, don't load quickly and google says to "fix it" to improve performance. Since I make only pennies, I should even bother, BUT it appears to me that hubpage software behind-the-scenes people might not be aware that the ads that appear "above the fold" should load faster
So am I right in assuming, we don't have control over the ads that appear on the mobile app when hubpages displays a question in the forum or an article or ours, etc? I think that we can't fix any "errors". Oh, adsense also mentioned that the font of the question I was asking needed fixing as well. I don't think we can change the font of our questions.
What I was UTTERLY surprised at was that there is traffic on QUESTIONS we pose on hubpages. I probably get more pennies with my questions than with my own articles or with my own website.
The ads should load "asynchronously", meaning that they do not stop the page from continuing its loading sequence. However, if you do not control the page, then there is nothing you personally can do about that.
Ads are often the slowest bits of code on a page because they need to connect to many different servers to get the ad they need. And there are lots of calculations and algorithms to chug through in the process as well.
by Cardia 14 months ago
In the past I relied solely on Adsense to earn income from Hubpages, however this year I was able to finally open a PayPal account, so I signed up for the Hubpages Ad program. As expected, I saw a drop in my Adsense earnings, but now it's practically non-existent. I was earning a couple dollars...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Do earnings from the Hubpages Ad program include earnings from the ads on your question page?If so, are the ads on the questions page turned on automatically if you have opted for Hubpages Ads?
by David Trujillo Uribe 5 years ago
Can you monetize with QUESTIONS (right here) on Hubpages.com?I see there´s a "disable ad" feature right here on this page, but I don´t see the ads. Do hubbers make money from ads on these posts as well?
by Anas Shad 6 years ago
I want to remove my adsense ads from questions and answer pages. Please can anyone tell me how to do it. Or just tell me how I can contact the customer service of hubpages.
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any money on hubs as it is but this isn't helping anything.
by Suramya.K 7 years ago
I just de-activated my HubPages ads program and I was wondering if someone has any experience to share. Did your AdSense revenue increase after de-activating HP ads?
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