What is HUB?
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A hub is an article that you write and post on hubpages. If you look at somebody´s profile, you´ll see lots of article titles - these are actually hub titles. If you have already joined the google affiliate program, then you will put your google ID in the affiliate settings section (under MY ACCOUNT button). If not, join the Google affiliate program to earn your revenue from ads appearing inside your hubs (there is space on your hub page for google ads - they are connected to the keywords in your hubs, but you have no control over them).
by iluvceleb4 years ago
I am trying to apply on ebay affiliate program in the next few days. Myproblem is do I need a google adsense if I have an ebay affiliate program?And if I don't get approved from ebay, how can I apply on Apprenticeship...
by Syed Hunbbel Meer7 years ago
So ... Google did not approve me for the google adsense program that I applied a week ago.I read quite a few articles before I really applied for the program, but what I THINK, that may be the reason for the disapproval...
by Vic Dillinger2 years ago
I'm relatively new to this site.I know most sites of its type do their best to be "Google friendly" which translates into "family friendly" (a phrase I hate, by the way). Over the years when...
by Joe Young3 years ago
On browsing the forum, I have become aware that we can't earn on HubPages without AdSense. This is a grim realization for me.I have 29 featured hubs that are generally considered to be of reasonable quality. I applied...
by Life at DrTom's7 years ago
Anyone have any experience with this program? I just got accepted today.
by Neal Litherland3 years ago
My AdSense account has been disabled and I'm currently in the process of appealing. I was under the impression that I could still earn on HubPages even without AdSense capability... it seems that I'm mistaken in this.So...
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