Can I still earn from hub page views even though people don't click on google ads? I need answers
Can I still earn from hub page views even though people dont' click on google advertisement? I'm just wondering. please answer..thanks
no, the sponsers pay you for drawing attention to their product. hp itself does not pay you
you need to increase traffic to your page to get paid an adequate amount
HP is rolling out a new in-house program that will pay on the basis of views. The program is in beta and around 2,000 hubbers are part of it.
This June it will be available for all hubbers.
To earn good you'll probably need at least 1,000 views daily.
Hope this helps.
For more details visit http://hubpages.com/help/hubpages_ad_program_details
Google ads and Hp ads both are different programs, if Google ads were not clicked by visitor and visits Hp ads then definitely you will still earn from Hp ad program.
No you only get paid by Google when someone clicks on a advertisement on your hub. However you do get paid for views from hubpages new affiliate programme, i was only invited to join two weeks ago and have already made a substantial amount from page views.
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