Which earnings setting is the best on Hub Pages?
There's Ad Program and eBay Program under Hub pages Earnings Program.
and There's Google AdSense and Amazon under External Affiliate Settings.
Which among these do you think is a better source?
I think the best source of income is the HubPages Ad Program. However, it does help to sign up with eBay so those earnings will add on to the HubPages Ad Program as well.
Lately, I have not pulled in too much money from AdSense or Amazon. However, every little penny counts. I recommend trying all programs and see how it works out for you.
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by Joe Young3 years ago
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by Lisa7 months ago
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by K Kiss2 years ago
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