Okay-- here's my question. Stopped Hubpages ad program for experimentation. Within 2 hours, Adsense was finally paying decent! Was able to actually receive payment in one month because I hit the threshold of Adsense of $100.00. Super psyched finally! Last 3 days, nothing! Absolutely "0".
Was wondering if anyone else is noticing anything. Thanks guys!
Not I. I am using HP Ad Program, but I've still gotten a few pennies from AdSense every day.
You do know that you can be banned from HP because you're not allowed to discuss earnings, right?
I just wanted to let you guys know that I shut third-party AdSense ads off trying to experiment… Evidently Hubpages it's considered third party ads-- LOL
Now I'm back in business. I am concerned because of someone telling me that I went against the TOS of forum and could be banned? I did not mention a specific amount I was just mentioning threshold; can someone please tell me what I need to do? I can't delete it
Nothing. You didn't violate the ToS. We're just not supposed to talk about specific amounts of earnings.
Okay, you are sure I didn't do anything wrong?i. I think it was your first response that had me concerned
Thanks for all your help
Never shut Adsense off. You must have Adsense to be allowed to participate in all the Earnings programs on HubPages.
It depends on how many hubs you have wrote. The more people to view them, the better the earnings. If you just started writing, it could take a view days. I suggest sharing your hubs on social media websites.
It's the Adsense ads that I'm referring to. One article is the particular one I'm referring to. That article alone is quite a bit of earnings from Google Adsense. I shut off Hubpages ad program and have done very well. I've just had "0" earnings from Adsense last 3 day and it's never happened at all. Thought maybe someone else had been having similar problems
No, I didn't know that! Thank you for alerting me! I guess I should have looked to see but I just said I hit payment threshold of Adsense. I tried to delete the question but I can only reply.... so you know how I can delete? Thank you so much!
I would email the team and tell them that you made an honest mistake because you really weren't aware that it was against the TOS to discuss earnings. Then I would take the time to read the TOS so that you don't make similar mistakes. You can also ask them to delete your post or ask them how you can do it. Good Luck.
The OP didn't mention specific earnings. Saying you crossed the Adsense threshold is no different to saying you made HP payout. There's no problem.
My Adsense earnings have been 0 since I started writing articles. Instead, it seemed that more Google ads were all of a sudden appearing on my mail login page. Thus, I cancelled my connection with Adsense. : )
I gave up earnings. In one month, I earned a whopping 20 cents with 22 articles written and featured.
I decided to just write for the fun of writing and for writing informative articles - and not concern about earnings.
I shared five of my articles with my Facebook account. I noticed today that I have made more money today than any day before - which must be due to adding five of my articles' url on my Facebook site and let them go public.
I did turn my Adsense back on, but still no earnings from Adsense ads. I will figure something out that works to make money with Adsense. Facebook has upped my earnings otherwise.
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