If you are part of Adsense should you still have all the other ad programs active to earn money?
If you activate the additional earning programs it allows you expanded options for earning. The product capsules for example can be a good way to feature a product you own and are reviewing that a reader might want to purchase.
The Learning Center has a bit more information about each program.
See the "How to Make Money on HubPages" section.
No, it does not require any other ad program. But of course you would earn more if they are active.
by Wavie2 years ago
Today I got an e-mail from Google telling me my request fro an adsense account had been accepted and I was able to activate my ad program and the other earning programs a few days ago and I checked my earnings and found...
by MacPharlain3 years ago
I'm trying to sign up for the earnings programs and can't because I don't have a Google AdSense account. I applied for one a few days ago but was rejected due to "insufficient content". (My account...
by Sally Gulbrandsen9 months ago
This is a first for me, is there a problem with Adsense?
by Cardia8 months ago
In the past I relied solely on Adsense to earn income from Hubpages, however this year I was able to finally open a PayPal account, so I signed up for the Hubpages Ad program. As expected, I saw a drop in my Adsense...
by Jamie Brock5 years ago
Yesterday I noticed NONE of my hubs have AdSense ads on them any longer... where the ads were there is only a white block of space. I still have an active AdSense account, none of my hubs are flagged that the ads...
by girly_girl098 years ago
http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/10/endortest.shtmFrom what I understand, it affects bloggers that are directly paid to endorse or review a product. Here on HP, we don't get paid to write reviews (well, some of you might),...
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