With the HP Ad Program, how can I tell which of my hubs is earning the most?
No idea.Its just that your question has been unanswered for 4 months and I want to bring it to the front burner.
You can track your Hubs with the Google affiliate tracker, to get tracking and percentages on your hubs along with a breakdown of how much money your making. You have to sign up for the google affiliate tracker to get the break downs. Hope this helps
by Sherry Hewins 13 months ago
A few days ago, I noticed that a lot of people were talking about changing from HP Ad Program to Google AdSense. I had tried that a few years ago, but switched back pretty quickly because I earned better with HP. Recently though, since my earnings have dropped so much, I figured I didn't have much...
by David 470 6 years ago
I have been having issues with PayPal because my Social Security number can not be verified. I think I had a similar problem at College where my financial Aid did not go through at first.I tried getting a Paypal Mastercard and it said my SS card can not be verified and now my account is limited....
by Julie Johnson 3 years ago
I need advice. I have both the HP Ad Program and my own Google Adsense ads on my one Hub. I haven't earned a thing from the HP Ad Program, but I'm earning on Adsense daily. I'm wondering if I should get rid of the HP Ad Program ads completely so more Adsense ads will show. Is this a good plan? If...
by sergs_pogi 6 years ago
I remember I left HubPages shortly after the introduction of the HP ad program. So I did not see that my earnings are still accumulating until now.
by Melanie Palen 16 months ago
I noticed that CPMs are really low so I decided to just start a test where I would just be running AdSense ads only and it's only day one, only one data point, but so far I'm already out-earning my HubAds earnings.Anyone else running tests and seeing anything similar (or different results?)
by SPomposello 6 years ago
I wasn't sure where to post this, so anyway... Before I started writing here, I was choosing whether to go with a site that pays per views (i.e. Triond, ExpertsColumn) or per ad click (HubPages). Before starting to write on HP, I wrote 18 articles on Triond, then I went full-fledge with HP because...
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