Does HubPages pay me more if someone clicks the ads?
Or is it strictly per impression. I'm just wondering.
Because HubPages is Revenue Share based, you are earning money via clicking the ads only.
BTW: I do not suggest to cheating by clicking own AD - it will be revealed and punished by Google CO.
I know all about invalid clicks and stuff, because I run my own blog with Ad Sense. I was just wondering if I should rearrange stuff to put ads in a more prime location.
I don't think you can rearrange adds on hubpages. But there are many ways how to arrange adds on blogs.
First rule is not to bomb blog with adds... one-two add box per page is optimum. Pages with too many adds looks spammy and will effect SERP.
Second thing... position add in a page content and not on the header or footer. That way google knows page content and will use appropriate links. Sidebars are OK but CPC is lower.
Third. Use style for your adds. Background and link color should always match page style.
And as Froch sayed: Never click your own adds. Never tell your friends to clik on them ether. Too many click from the same source will also get you banned from AdSense.
Surely if someone clicks on the ad, Google will pay you more.
by Jordan 6 years ago
For example if i can find a company or person that is willing to pay me for an ad can i put it on my page to help me pay for my writings here on Hubpages? I know i can make money from google adsence,Amazon and Ebay. Thank you all in advance, Jordan
by rancidTaste 11 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by ArockDaNinja 9 years ago
What does hubpages count as an 'impression'?
by Aaron Rushing 8 years ago
When reading other people Hubs, Should I click their adds or will Google get mad and boot me?
by Rohan Rinaldo Felix 6 years ago
Like, do they check our traffic sources, and how many followers we have? I ask because another well-known site refused to pay me despite me having followed all the rules to the best of my knowledge, citing I had indulged in 'theft of intellectual property', and this after keeping me waiting for 3...
by premsingh 12 years ago
I have noticed a sharp decline in page eCPM in previous week. I am afraid if it is the result of wide format ads displayed on top of the page (above the hub title). I'll appreciate comments from other hubbers.Prem
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