I Get Alot of Money From Hubpages Ad Program but Pennies from Google, Should I remove Google Ads?
I've always had both active but;
Hubpages Ad program = $212
Google Adsense Program = $6
Its such a big difference, would I benefit from removing the Google Ads and would that free up more space for Hubpages Ads and potentially a greater income from the Hubpages Ad Program?
No. Cancel Adsense, you will get nothing from Hub pages ad program. Your income will come from sales if you are associate of Amazon and Ebay.
You cannot run the HP ad program without running the Adsense program. They're designed to work together.
If you lost your Adsense account, you'd also lose your HP ad account.
well i've heard of some people choosing to remove their Hp Ad's, to make more room and give better placement to the Google Ad's because they get better money from it, but for me its the reverse that i need
The reverse is impossible; it's not an option, so you may as well give up on that idea.
Is that what you earn in a single month?
I know when I asked a question about both someone told me that they get little from Google, but that is was necessary.
I wish ha, all time stats im afraid but it just feels like google ads are just a waste of space if they dont bring any revenue
I guess the optimistic part of me was hoping to earn about $100 a month lol.
To my knowledge you can't run hp adds on its own. I've had months where google has been better than hp ads so don't despair
Use a multi pronged approach and your earnings should be higher long term. Especially with Adsense now available on slide shows (not hp ads)
Aamazon and eBay are definitely additional revenue streams to consider. Especially if you personalise the results to be relevant to each of your hubs. Just don't overdo things as a viewer like almost instantly tell you're trying to sell them stuff.
Things like particular shirts or player specific items are great additional earning resources as sometimes 1-2 sales can make the equivalent of a hubs monthly earnings.
Cheers for the reply CyclingFitness
Wow really? since when did they add Slideshow ads? i remember getting 92,556 slideshow hits and $0.00 revenue from it, sure would have been nice then lol
I have alot of success with Hp Ad Program and Ebay
It's a recent upgrade and shows ads on about 1 in 4 slides. I find eBay a little unstable quality wise for hubs- more success on amazon for me.
Wow, 92,556 hits on your slideshows seems pretty darn good!
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