Even though I tried to associate my Google adsense account with hubpages earnings program, the Ad program, eBay program and Amazon program are still inactive. However, my external affiliate settings are active. Why is it so?
It appears that you setup the external Amazon affiliate program (as opposed to the HubPages Amazon program).
You can configure the HubPages Ad program here.
Click this to setup AdSense with the HubPages program.
If you have any further questions, please email team at hubpages dot com
Thanks Matthew for guiding me through the process, but still my adsense account is not verified. I've done the same for several times and not successful. It shows an error message like this "There was an technical error verifying your AdSense Association token. Please try again, or contact us if the problem persists. We will do our best to help you."
you have to get your adsense approved. Try writing 10 hubs and share at FB, twitter. I also use amazon not from HP, and did the configuration.
Follow the instructions given by Matthew Meyer and make sure you have already received Adsense approval from Google.
Thank you Peachpurple and Mike for your instructions. I have an approved adsense account. Is it because I'm using the adsense account for my website?
by ajayshah2005 7 years ago
Please share your practical experience, the effects of this program on your earnings, keeping in mind about Hubpages TOS as well as Google adsense TOS.Thanks!
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
As you may have read in my previous forum post on the topic, eBay is going to be available to many of you shortly. We have always cared deeply about helping Hubbers to earn, and are looking forward to seeing how this enhanced earning privilege will allow Hubbers to earn more. We greatly...
by Cardia 10 months ago
I signed up for the Earning Program a little over a year ago (before, I used to only earn through Amazon and Adsense) and while I am seeing earnings every day, I've only been able to reach payout twice. I've tried to update my hubs, use interesting titles and good photos, but I still find that my...
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 bockshiner 6 years ago
Is the HubPages Earnings Program separate from Adsense?Is the money displayed under the HubPages Earnings Program different than Adsense? Do they have two different ad networks or is it simply counting my Adsense earnings? I haven't read anything that made it clear what it is yet.
by Roohi Khan 6 years ago
I just wanted to know wheether everyone on Hubpages uses the Earnings Program? If anyone out there doesnt, can you tell me why?Just wondering whether one can earn more with the Hubpages Program or with just Google Adsense and Amazon.
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