I now have ads on all my HUBS
What does that mean?
I am sure it is a good thing
I am learning but have a lot to learn
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by Daniel5 years ago
Here's something for you guys to consider, and I am simply reiterating a comment I made on another post. You need organic traffic to your Hubs! Why? If you are using adsense, or any other monetization method on...
by Stacie L2 years ago
I received a notice about being charged to keep my Amazon affiliate program active if I have no sales in 90 days. I'm sure others share this issue. Since I agreed to use Amazon under Hubpages program ID, I do earn more...
by Pat Merewether9 years ago
i've mentioned this before, but i just checked my 84 articles and a huge number of them have ads for 'filipina girls', 'sexy singles', etc. my articles are about gradening, food, travel and family topics - there...
by sheerah6 years ago
I'm having the hardest time trying to figure out Google Adsense. I applied for it, I was accepted, and it said ads will begin to appear in one of my hubs. In my account the earnings program is active and so is Google...
by accofranco7 years ago
what will you do? do you have the legal rights to sue them for damages or whatsoever?what are your backup plans should this eventuality occurs now?What backup plans does hubpages have to compensate every hubber and to...
by Jennifer Maurer8 years ago
I just wrote a Hub last week entitled "Adam Lambert Sexed for Success". It did quite well, in fact it receive over 1700 views in less than a week. (that's good for me, anyway). My overall ranking on hubpages...
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