HP add Program .. Coz Many many Publisher Adsense ... Banned with unpredictable reason
I use both. But I've turned on HP ad program even though it means a lower AdSense revenue. From that, you can gather that my opinion is that HP ads pays more.
by Dani Merrier 13 months ago
I've heard people talk about turning off Adsense to earn more from the Hubpages program, but I'm really confused about how this works. Does HubPages pay better than Adsense? I thought Adsense was required to make money on HubPages and the two incomes were added up in your daily earnings. Can...
by Paul Goodman 7 years ago
Is it better to earn incrementaly, 40 cents a day, or turn off the HP ads and enter the Adsense lottery, where you might get a zero or a $5 click?One is more sensible and the other more exciting, methinks! ;-)
by Sherry Hewins 19 months ago
A few days ago, I noticed that a lot of people were talking about changing from HP Ad Program to Google AdSense. I had tried that a few years ago, but switched back pretty quickly because I earned better with HP. Recently though, since my earnings have dropped so much, I figured I didn't have much...
by Peeples 4 years ago
I have not checked Google adsense in a while and when I checked today I have over the threshold amount. They have my banking information already verified. I can't figure out if there is anything else I need to do so that I get paid this month. The amount for June is still *estimated earning*, but...
by sasta10 3 years ago
Hi, what was you maximum earning with HubPages Ad Program in a month (not google adsense)? Is it possible to make much money with this program? Thanks.
by Mark Bruno 5 years ago
I'd like to know what hubbers think regarding HP ads verses Google Adsense. Can you run both at the same time or only one.?If only one, which one do you think would earn more revenue? Is there a way to switch from HP ads to Google and if so how can you do it?
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