Why does google adsense appears only on hubs which are featured and not on others?
I have seen that only those hubs of mine which have been featured have google adsense on them while others do not have. Does it mean there is no worth of those hubs which have no adsense on it? What should I do, please help
Since AdSense is hosted by Google, it attracts the Google bots to your hub. Then they see the "NOINDEX" tag and that can delay the bots from coming back to check if it's okay to index your hub once it IS featured. So Google ads are not placed in the hub until after the pending period in order to speed up the indexing in Google.
thanks for your answer, actually two of my hubs have been written two days back, till now i cant see any ads there and they are not even shown on my profile as they are not featured.
The ads will start to appear when the pening period is over. That is also when the hub will be listed in your profile. This rule may change, but at this time this is how HP does it according to their explanation in the official announcements forum.
It does not matter if your Hubs are featured or not featured, Google adsense should appear on all Hubs if they have quality content.
FEATURED HUBS ONLY MEAN:
Well done! This high quality, engaging Hub is featured on other Hubs and Topic Pages and has the opportunity to be listed in search engine results.
When you move the mouse pointer on the featured button, you will see the above statement.
I checked all your Hubs and all of them are displaying Google adsense ads. Although there are adsense ads on your Hub about "Vegan Diet During Pregnancy problem”, you need to move the Vegan Diet During Pregnancy Source: magazine.ayurvedicure.com picture to another location and rearrange your Amazon ads.
After you fix the above problem, I believe you will see more Adsense ads on this Hub too. Never post any pictures or ads in your first text capsules. I hope this info will be helpful to you. Happy hubbing and good luck.
thanks for your answer. As you said that all my hubs are displaying ads, yes but they are only the featured ones whcih are being shown on my profile. plz see this one- http://younghopes.hubpages.com/hub/How- … -from-Acne
Please check again because I can see the adsense ads in the first capsule under the pic and also at the bottom of the Hub. You want to know the secret, I moved my magic wand over your Hub and read the bibdi babdi boo, voila all the ads appear now.
omg...urs is really a magic wand, but today as i see the hub has been featured which was not till yesterday..perhaps your magic worked for this one!! thanks again
You are very welcome, How about other Hubs, are they featured or not yet ? Send me the links and let me do my bibdi babdi boo on them too....hahaha... : D
Usually hubpages take a day on all blogs to put the adsense. This is recent feature. I do not like it and also they would stop indexing it after two months or so unless you update that blog so ads remain there but they do not allow search engine to search them.
Those hub which are not featured will not be submitted to Google which means you will most likely will not get any organic traffic from search engine. Although still you can share your non featured hubs with your friends and you can share your hub link with social networking site yourself.
You can always edit your hub to make it engaging and useful to be selected as featured one.
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