Header bidding has lifted yields. This week we added Facebook as a buyer to HP Ads. While they're buying a small number of impressions, as one of the two major players in the ad ecosystem we were pleased to add them.
Awesome, Paul! Everybody and his brother is on FB and everyone's page has ads on them. This is a big step in upping the ante.
Wow, that's great news.
Congratulations to HubPages Family.
Header Bidding is a method where advertisers get to place an advance bid for advertising space. It's a way publishers such as HubPages can get more money for the ads.
Thank you. Such a clear explanation. Much appreciated.
Thanks for the heads up. So much appreciated.
Facebook is generally a mess, so expect reporting delays. However, yep, happy to take their money.
Sounds like hard work at HP is bringing in results. Thanks, Paul!
I can't understand what is "Header Bidding".
Is it the ad place at the top of your page?
Great news Paul. Thanks to the HubPages staff for the great work in driving traffic to HubPages.
Does one still need an Adsense account to make any money here?
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