The answer to this may be out there, but we can't seem to find it. We visit certain hubs, and would like to check out the ads on that hub, but are we allowed to click on other hubbers ads?
You can click other hubber's ads if you are genuinely interested in the product being advertised. Do this very sparingly, so I'd save the clicking of other Hubber's ads for only those which I am MOST interested in.
Of course you can click other hubber's ads but only if you have no connection or personal relationship with the writer or hubber. Clicking each other's ads is against Google terms or other PPC program, most especially if you know the writer who has the ads in her/his web pages.
You may click but not to anyone's advantage or purposely clicking for the earnings revenue. Google is watching or monitoring the volume of your activities or clicks and if you are clicking hundred times everyday in that the same spot or web page, be ready to get banned soon without notice or question.
I personally stay away from clicking the ads in the same website where I am also a member to stay safe from click fraud, not even if I am honestly interested with the products that being displayed in the ads.
"Clicking on other people's ads is a big no,no and will likely result in getting banned from AdSense and HubPages." - Paul Edmondson http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/67737#post1483104
I understand what you are saying-- and though clicking an ad occasionally, out of personal interest,(or by mistake) may not hurt-- I would not ever risk it.
Usually, you can use the key words from the ad to do an independent search (not directly from HubPages), if you are interested in a certain product or service.
Risking your account forever is not worth your interest in an advertisement.
by tom hellert 8 years ago
i AM SUCH A LOSER- I CAN'T SEEM TO INBED PICTURES IN MY HUBS YOUR GOOD AT IT HOW DO YOU DO IT??? THsORRY TO BUG YOIU IF THERE IS SOME PLACE i CAN GET A TUTORIAL THAT WOULD BE GREAT TOO
by suziecat7 9 years ago
Everytime I type in the verification letters, it says I got them wrong. Every time. And I know I've got the letters right. Anyone else have this problem? Thanks.
by C.S.Alexis 9 years ago
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by Bible Studies 7 years ago
I got into an interesting discussion on another thread, and thought it would make a good thread itself. The question of the day is how do you feel about other hubbers clicking on an ad in your hubs?Personally I really don't see a problem with it as long as the ad interests them from a good quality...
by Laurel Rogers 5 years ago
I've gone through all the required steps to start a thread, tried to start 2, but they are not appearing. Let's see if this one does!
by Steve Andrews 7 years ago
Can it go against Google rules if they have deliberately done this thinking they are helping you? I am worried because I just had a comment posted saying "thumbs up and adsense."
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