Do I earn income from google ads on my hubs if I dont have an adsense account?
I dont have an adsense account, but I see google ads on my hubs, do I earn a income from these if they are clicked on?
You have to have an AdSense account to be eligible for the HubPages Ad Program. You do not earn anything for ads if you do not have any of the programs activated. I hope this helps.
If you don't have an AdSense account of course you will not be earning from any of the Google ads on your Hubs. Those earnings instead will be going to HubPages.
For full info about how to get a Google account and how the various earning programs on this site work, you will want to read the FAQ section on making money on HubPages,
I would advise signing up for Adsense, only because there are going to be ads placed on your hub regardless of you having an account. So why not earn money from getting one.
No, you don't earn anything from these ads. You have to have an active Google Adsense account to benefit from the clicks. The earnings from these ads go to hubpages.
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