If Questions do not allow advertising, how do they earn from AdSense?
When you create the question, it clearly states that advertising is not permitted. But when you check your AdSense earnings, there will be some from questions.
i see some ads on the question page so I think advertising is allowed?
I believe that when HubPages tells you "no advertising" that means that you are not to advertise any outside businesses you own or previous/unrelated articles that you have written. It has nothing to do with adsense.
I hope that helps to answer your question!
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