My experience with google ad program is not good!! I am shifted back to hubpages earning program.
After reading a post on hubpages that google ad program pays better than hubpages ad program, I deactivated my hubpages ad program for 1 month. On adsense, I earned only [SNIPPED] per day and on hubpages, I earn [SNIPPED] per day. I can see impressions, views and clicks but the pay rate is not equivalent.
I would advice to stick to the program that works best for you.
Er - no.
In order to make any money on HubPages, you must have an Adsense account. If you don't, none of the other advertising programs work.
Once you've got your Adsense account, you can choose to sign up for the HP Earnings Program, which includes Amazon and HP Ads. This doesn't disable Adsense, it's an add-on.
If you sign up for HP Ads, then HP ads largely replace Adsense ads on your Hubs. Most of your earnings will come from HP Ads, and because very few Adsense ads are displayed, you'll make mere pennies from Adsense.
At any time, you can choose to disable HP Ads and in that case, your Hubs will show Adsense ads only.
Some people find they make more money when HP Ads is switched on. Some people find they make more money when they stick with Adsense only. It varies depending on the subject you write about.
Is there a difference in ad/brand/reputation quality between the two programmes?
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