When posting an article, there is a box asking whether the hub can be considered commercial. Is it better to tick the box or leave it blank?
If you tick it, you'll be on your way to getting Adsense ads.
If your hub is selling anything at all, or has offsite links, it's considered to be commercial.
by Inspirepub10 years ago
I am still getting full-width Google ads in the middle of my pages, messing up the layout.The impact of this is that it looks like the Hub is only a few paragraphs long, and readers are unlikely to scroll down far...
by Bonnie Ramsey10 years ago
I was wondering if there is any chance at all of getting a resion to the TOS stating that you aren't allowed to post the entire blooming phone book? This woman has 483 hubs of useless info that is nothing but phone book...
by Robert Kernodle8 years ago
Hi fellow hubbers,I recently wrote a hub on plastic pollution, and below a tragic picture of a plastic-polluted beach, there are small ads for plastic products.I find this insensitive to the theme of the hub and...
by Citizen of Earth9 years ago
Hello all!Being relatively new to HubPages (2 mo), I am wondering about the box marked "This hub may be considered commercial" that appears on the Edit screen for each hub. I have read the "What is...
by slickeasy89 years ago
I don't know if this is correct ethics or not. But I've noticed that there has been links posted "around" my articles other than the comment section to link directly to the same affiliate products I am...
by Eric Graudins9 years ago
I have a love/hate relationship with Adwords and Adsense.A lot of times it's great - and at other times I think it's just plain dumb to use it. For example, in cases where the ads that will be served up would be in...
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