Well there are still going to be ads on the page....so there is truly nothing at all different from a page featuring a video from any other page.
I had like 42 thousand hits on my seven wonders of the world photo slide show! But I never got much money from it? I too am wondering how we can monetize these in some way, I guess by putting my logo on the photos to get more exposure.
by Insolent Shah8 years ago
I am a new hubber and have tried to create a Google Adsense account. I have successfully managed to create a Google account using my email.The problem is, every time I go to Google AdSense login page, the page...
by Kate Swanson9 years ago
When I first joined HubPages, there was a cute post-it note in the top right hand corner of every Hub saying something like "Write your own Hub!" or "Sign up Now"! Since I'm rarely on...
by Faith Reaper4 years ago
What is best in using the feature located under our profile editing page when it comes to ...?I have noticed the feature that one can either choose to either click to show all unfeatured hubs or to show only featured...
by CCahill19 months ago
How many page views does it take to create $1 ?Now; I realist that page views and hub revenue is not 100% directly proportionate, however I wondered what people found is generally the average revenue generated from a...
by Moon Willow Lake6 years ago
Hi,I know normally there cannot be more than 2 links to any one site on one hub.So, my question is, does that also count for links back to hubpages?For example, if I have two links back to myself and say 2 links to...
by Game X5 years ago
How can i get more hub page views? I'm just wondering how I can get more people to look at our gaming hubs? We have got a couple featured hubs but I'm wondering how we can get more viewers
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