You dont need to put the ads yourself because hubpages will automatically place the ads after you have publish it. Ads are automatic here so there's no need to place it yourself
Yes as borge said, you do not need to do it. But you need to put your Adsense code into your affiliate settings - Go to the my account section and you wil find the affiliate settings there.
by Will Apse 3 years ago
The way that HP uses affiliate is unique among larger sites that rely heavily on natural search.Here individual affiliate ads are scattered through the site in a pretty random way. On other sites affiliate ads are avoided altogether or grouped in special sections ('the shop', 'reviews').It is easy...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 3 years ago
I know we are all here to make some money, but having 10 ads on a page slows down loading time to such an extent that readers just don't have the patience to wait for a page to load. So they click away without reading our pages. To prove my point that the very high number of ads is to...
by Sherry Hewins 18 months ago
One again, I have fallen victim to the whims of Google. My top earning article is responsible for half of my total views over my HP career. It was the first to be HubPro edited. It was the first to be moved to a niche site. It's been getting very dependable traffic since June. Last Tuesday, the...
by tebo 7 years ago
How do I put my adsense id into my hubpages affiliate settings?I cant work out how to put my adsense publisher code into my affiliate settings. There doesn't appear to be a edit/setup button to click.
by Shauna L Bowling 4 years ago
Recently I've noticed Google ads for hotels I've been writing landing pages for when I read hubs. Is it just coincidence? Or does Google place ads based on the individual reader's search habits? Is anyone else seeing ads for recent search results showing on the hubs you read?Just curious.....
by Olaf_Bloodaxe 7 years ago
I was recently accepted to Google adsense and i have one simple question, do i have to create the ads and use that code or whatever to place them in my articles or does Google do all that for me? basically all i need to know is if google is already displaying there ads?
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