How do I know my Google AdSense ads are coming up on my page?
When you click on "MY ACCOUNT" and go to that page you will start seeing a HUB Pages Ad Program earnings link that tells you how much you are earning on a daily basis.
Good question. go to my account than click earning and if you see "configure" left side of "Google Adsense" and some digit under affiliate code and Google Adsense status "active" than it is confirmed. see Google AdSense Reports and click than see how much money you earn from adsense.best wishes.
by Dim Flaxenwick6 years ago
Google adsense ads no longer on my page my adsense account says áctive´ yet l no longer see google adsense ads on my page and the little money l was earning is now zero...
by She-rah6 years ago
How does the percentage of pay per click work for Google Adsense ads and Hubpages?Some say that hubpages gets100% payment for 40% of ads clicked and I get 100% payment of the other 60% of ads clicked. Others say that...
by sensu0s8 years ago
Hie friends this is my first question in a hubpage forum1I have merged my adsense account with my hubpage account. Now what confuses me is, are all those google adsense ads that are appearing on my hub page co...
by Lisa18 months ago
Was curious if I opt out of the Google Adsense earnings, if I can just keep the Hubpages earning program. I have literally made around $4.00 in the past 8 years.Please advise-Thank you!!
by TotalReviewGuy8 years ago
I seem to get strange ads that are irrelevant to my hub. Is their a way to 'streamline' the google ads to match the content?
by Sarah7 years ago
Where and how do you paste the codes for Google Adsense Ads? I have read about it and still have noidea what I'm doing. Everything seems hard and I don't understand it. Please help
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.