Is that Hub pages use another advertising service like Msn, Yahoo apart of Google Adsenes?
My articles are showing different ads apart of Google adsene, so is that cause to reduce my revenue ?
HubPages does test other ad networks from time to time, but we only do it on our share of impressions. We recently were given permission to show more than three google ads on a page for authors. So, with the 60/40 split, our authors are doing quite well with the additional ads.
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