Hi, Hubpages, I don't really know what I did wrong but my Adsense Revenue remained static for a year. However, my contents received a decent amount of traffic. As far I am concerned, I configured this in the Earnings Setting properly and the AdSense row, it said active. What should I do?
Take a look at the Hubpages settings above the entry you have shown. Are you opted in or out of their ad program? If you're opted in, then your Adsense earnings will be negligible, unless you're running ads on other sites.
Hope this helps. Your settings look the same as my own.
Yes, I'm opted in. However, does monitizing content on Youtube with the same adsense account affects it?
Correction, now I get it, if I opted in for Hubpages ad-service, does that mean that I can't use Adsense?
Sorry, I am really confused, I wanted all ad-services like Adsense and Hubpages to be active, is that possible?
You can use one of two options:
You can use both the HP program and Adsense, but if you do this, you'll earn almost nothing from Adsense.
You can stop using the HP program and use only Adsense. This will give you the full benefit of any earnings you may get from Adsense.
However, whichever option you choose, you must have Adsense as part of your plan.
Thanks. But isn't it abnormal to to get 0 impressions even I getting a decent of views?
Yes it is. I get Adsense impressions from Hubpages and the niche sites.
Check your Adsense account and add the sites manually, if they are not already showing.
Also, there was an issue that was recently identified whereby some users who had gained their Adsense approval via Hubpages weren't earning. However, this has now been resolved.
Yeah, it seems that this is the case for me. Anyway, let's see if there's improvements now that I reconfigured my Adsense.
Who are these users? Share the forum link please.
Firstly, if you have the HP Earnings Program activated, then each of your Hubs show only ONE Adsense ad. It's right at the very end of each Hub. Many readers won't read that far, so it's normal to have very very low Adsense income when you have the HP Earnings Program activated.
With only 13 featured Hubs, I would expect your earnings to be very low indeed, especially as most of them are still on the main site.
All you have to do is search for: "Adsense niche sites" and the forum link will be there. I appreciate why you may wish to read the thread, but fail to see the relevance of knowing the names of users affected.
Are you talking about impressions or sales? They are two different things. If you're not getting sales, either your codes have not been correctly entered or nobody is buying the products you advertise.
I don't see any Amazon ads on your site. Plus, you only have 13 hubs, that is not nearly enough for building an online brand.
One more thing...every photo you are using is illegal. If you're not careful, you could get sued. This has already happened to writers here a few times this year.
You can't use images that are not public domain without getting permission from the artists and photographers who created them.
I don't think that is the issue here, I've been here for a long time.
Nevertheless, it is a problem: https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … -image-use
You cannot take images from the web and republish them unless they have a Creative Commons licence, are in the Public Domain or you own them. Several people have been successfully sued for using images without permission. Don't forget that HubPages is a commercial site and you are attempting to make money using those images.
It's no different to republishing other people's writing.
Well, this said I can run both, so what is really the problem with adsense. It's making me nuts.
Just to make things clearer, when my Adsense was working pretty well, I can see page views, earnings in my dashboard. However, at some point, the numbers dropped to zero and been observing this for over a year, no changes.
Yes, you should be getting something from Adsense even if you are using both HP Ad Program and Adsense.
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