Do we loose our adsense ads after active hubpage ads?
Today I active hubpage ads on my hubs.
I checked that my adsense ads have been removed and FAQ section there is mentioned that there will be 6 unit of ad among which 1 will be our adsense ad but in my articles there are only 4 unit ad and none of my ad is from my adsense.
No. Your google ads will still continue to earn but in a very small rate since most of your earnings will be directed to hubpage. This is true only if your google adsense account only has your hubs as its source of traffic.
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