I just received a message that my Google Adsense account has been approved. In the congratulatory message, I was asked to place ads in my articles. However, I know Hubpages places ads in our Hubs.Do I have to place another set of ads in my articles or Hubpages has already placed those ads in my articles and so I must ignore Adsense's message?
by Mary Guimont19 months ago
How come hubbers cannot display Google Adsense Ads on their Hubpage? I have worked on blogs with Google Adsense Ads and was allowed to choose the size of the ad and the place. Will hubbers ever be given this option in...
by HELLA7 years ago
Hi all! I have noticed that many of my hubs have many of the same Adsense ads, some of which do not relate to my products at all. Can I specify what ads go into each specific hub? (God that's a lot of work....) Thanks...
by Mary Neal8 years ago
At HubPages, do writers have to have an account with AdSense for Google ads to appear on their hubs, or do they appear because HubPages has its own account with Google AdSense? I ask because I have Google ads on my one...
by Adegboye Joseph Babatunde5 years ago
Is it right for ads from Adsense to be on display on hubs of a person with disabled Adsense account? It somehow hurts to see those ads, knowing you cannot earn from them anymore. Or is the community benefiting somehow...
by Barack James3 years ago
Generating invalid clicks for your Adsense ads is one of the major violations Google hates; especially clicking on your own ads; I was wondering if their is a way to block tempting ads from appearing on my end only, and...
by TotalReviewGuy8 years ago
I seem to get strange ads that are irrelevant to my hub. Is their a way to 'streamline' the google ads to match the content?
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