Hi everyone. I am not new to Hubpages but I just recently decided to give it more focus and so I decided to apply for AdSense. Fortunately, I got approved and now I am ready to copy and paste AdSense codes to my pages' HTML. I am not a technical person so I don't know how to go about these things. I tried watching youtube videos on how to extract HTML of a page and then paste the ad code but most are for youtube channels and for blogger and wordpress. Didn't see any for hubpages. Is there anyone who could help me and give simple instructions on how to use CMS (I think this is the HTML editor that Hubpages uses). I do have a steady payout from hubpages but as one Hubber said, I can possibly earn more with google Adsense and Amazon program...I just don't know how to start doing that...Anyone please help? I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.
Congratulations purpleshadow13 on getting your adsense account approved. I think senior hubbers have already answered your question. I am still waiting to get my adsense account approved. But I could learn a lot from your query and the helpful answers from the senior bloggers.
If you are already receiving pay outs from HubPages via Paypal, you don't have to do anything.
Although I am confused that you said you have got approved for Adsense... you have to have Adsense in order to join the HubPages ad earnings program in the first place. You can't have two Adsense accounts.
You don't copy and paste any HTML code, all you do is add your Adsense account number to your earnings settings here: https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/
Hi theraggededge. Do I automatically get payouts for Google Adsense as well? Because from what I hear, in order to get payouts from Google Adsense, you have to copy and paste ad codes to all your pages. I also hear about CMS and I don't know anything about it.
If you have activated the HubPages ad program you will only get small amounts of Adsense earnings. This is because there are only one or two Adsense ads on your articles. I get payout from Adsense every three months.
You cannot copy and paste Adsense codes into your article HTML. It's not possible. It's done automatically when you put your Adsense code into the earnings settings as mentioned previously.
The stuff you are referring to is for bloggers and people who own their own websites. It doesn't apply to HubPages at all.
Ohhhhh...Okay that is why I can't find any for Hubpages. Thank you for clarifying that out for me. One more thing, I noticed that whenever I put amazon capsule in my page, it always gets snipped even though the product is related to my topic and I placed personal description. Is there any way around it? Thanks.
I was just looking over some of your articles to see what the problem is with the Amazon capsules. The latest on the Phillipines that includes the capsule on the Argan oil is most likely going to be snipped soon.
One of your text capsules (Number 9) contains a perfect place to "plug" an Amazon product by using an in-text link. You recommed purchasing things to take as gifts, so why not say "these gift boxes (link that to an Amazon gift box/product) are great and what I always purchase before visiting my friends in the Phillipines".
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