by shibashake 9 years ago
Have there been any improvements on Knol? Is it still not indexing articles in their search? Are people still knolling? or do you think it is not worth it at this point?Thanks!
by free4india 8 years ago
Hubpages is supposed to have only google ads... how come they are displaying microsoft ads?The point is if microsoft ads are being displayed, then you are not going to get paid if some one clicks on those ads ?? Can someone explain what is going on? I noted microsoft ads on pages when i...
by balisunset 9 years ago
http://knol.google.comI think it has similar format with hubpages.We can make knols like we make hubsWe can also monetize our knols with adsense.what do you think the impact of KNOL on hubpages?With this competition, I think hubpages should make new innovations that are not available on KNOL to...
by Dale Hyde 6 years ago
I am curious as to why, on my most recent hub, Google ads were displaying and now suddenly are not displaying? There are no symbols next to the hub listing on my stats page saying ads disabled or anything. Any thoughts out there?
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
Since the panda update, this might be a good place to try your luck out. Knol is owned by Google and gives you 100% share of Adsense impressions.Can anyone share some knol success stories?
by Whitney 10 years ago
What do you guys think about the Google Knoll?Will it hurt HubPages' traffic?http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2007/12/ … ibute.html
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