Which is making more money for you- Ad sense or Hub Pages Ad Program?
I am making money from Hub Pages Program, but there is simply no income from Ad sense.
Don't know the reason behind it.
Do you have a same problem?
The HP ad program is earning me a lot more money than Ad sense.
It's normal for the HP program to earn more against your Hubpage if you don't have any other site that supports your adsense account. The earning supposed to be counted in your Adsense account is transferred to the HP program where we receive 60% of the total earning and the other part goes to HP.
I really need to get on the Hubpages earnings program. I have been using adsense, but I have only made an average of 30cents a month with them.
I probably earn more in a day from the HubPage ad program than I do Google AdSense in a month.
From my hubs I earn more from the hubpages program, but in my other online writing I earn well with google ads. Google adsense is from the clicks on the ads, whereas hubpages earnings shares the per view $ with us.
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