Can you gain revenue the same way by solely using google adsense?
I only have set my google adsense for my hubpages account and not the hubpages earnings program because I do not have any tax files or anything like that. Can I still gain revenue the same way?
You do not have to become part of the Hubpages Ad Program.
However, it is beneficial to you because you will probably earn more. Many hubbers say they do better with the Hubpages Ad Program. I know I earn more from it than Adsense.
The Hubpages Ad Program also makes it easy to become an Amazon Affiliate right through Hubpages. This means you could earn money by linking Amazon Products.
As far as the tax stuff it's exactly the same info you used to sign up for Adsense.
You sign up as an individual/ Sole Proprietor and then you can sign up using your social security number or something. (It's been 8 years since I signed up myself.)
Thank you for your answer. As far as I remember, Google Adsense didn't require me any tax information. I don't live in the US, so the Hubpages Ad Program didn't require me tax files but my full home addres, which I do not feel comfortable doing.
To be able to cash out your adsense it will likely require tax information. However I do not know anything about dealing with these programs outside of the US.
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