I have just read the Blog post from Adsense
http://adsense.blogspot.com/2009/04/cat … being.html
which helps publishers to select ads based on categories and even block the ads that fall into specific categories such as dating, religion, and politics.
The only doubt i have is whether this can be applied to Hubpages Categories or Not.
This feature will prevent compaints from users saying that they are seeing "sexy singles dating Ads" all time.
by larryfreeman8 years ago
In the coming months, we will be adding categories to HubPages. In conjunction with the current tagging, this will make it easier to find related hubs.Before we launch this new feature, we wanted to get your...
by job16 months ago
Should hubbers be clicking ads on hubs they are following and expect the same from other hubber that follow them?
by hobsdv8 years ago
I am starting this thread for vategory suggestions on www.blogatiser.com this will make it easier for me to find all the suggestions rather than browse through the original thread about this website.
by Will Apse8 years ago
I've just started to notice the MSN ads on my Hubs. Ok, I'm new and I miss stuff a lot but they didn't seem to be there before. Are these a source of income for Hubpages alone or do Hubbers get a slice of the action? If...
by Daniel5 years ago
Here's something for you guys to consider, and I am simply reiterating a comment I made on another post. You need organic traffic to your Hubs! Why? If you are using adsense, or any other monetization method on...
by Louie Jerome8 years ago
I have been a bit puzzled about the way Google Adsense pays. There is reference to page impressions and clicks. I know that clicks get paid for at various rates, but I am not sure about impressions. Does the number of...
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