How does the hubpages add programme works?
I haven't logged in at hubpages for a while, and now I'm back I find this feature whihc looks kind of cool, can you tell me what is it about?
the ad programs is 60/40 commission split created by HP.
I suggest that you follow this link to the HubPages Learning Center. There is a lot of great information and answers to questions that you may have. http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/
Hope this is helpful!
I don't know. What I do know is that I'm making more from it than I did with Adsense. Oh, I had some days that I did much better with Adsense, but then I'd have Adsense dry spells. The HP ad program seems to be far more consistent.
It is another compliment to your existing AdSense ads. But the HP ads also count impressions, meaning that any traffic your hubs get has the potential to earn you money even the person does not click on the HP ads.
HubPages Ad Program was released to nine beta-testers in late February and after successful testing, it is available to all. From my 7 published hubs, I've earned more than half from HP ads in a week than from Adsense in over 3 months. So I think everybody should consider HP ads as it provides a consistent income on your hard work.
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