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by malachauhan7 years ago
I had created a google adsense account for my hubpages account. but the Google Adsenses rejected my application for the Google Adsense account. However, i have been noticing google ads on my hub pages for the past few...
by gulnazahmad7 years ago
I just got my Google Adsense application accepted, now what I want to know is that is Google...automatically places ads on the hubs or I have to put them there like Amazon and ebay ads?
by Bridgett Tulloh5 years ago
Is there a way to select which ads appear on my hubpages articles?I know there are many schools and training programs that come up in Google Adsense on other sites, but they are not appearing on my articles. For...
by Falsor Wing8 years ago
I have an idea for a hub desighned and optimized for profit but so far the idea rests on the assumption that a hub about editing will have ads for paid editors. it seems logical to me but I have no idea how google makes...
by Adegboye Joseph Babatunde5 years ago
Is it right for ads from Adsense to be on display on hubs of a person with disabled Adsense account? It somehow hurts to see those ads, knowing you cannot earn from them anymore. Or is the community benefiting somehow...
by Steve Andrews5 years ago
I have a hub about homosexuality in monarch butterflies with ads for books on Amazon about homosexuality in animals, however, ads have been disabled and in the warning why details it says: "Because this Hub was...
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