This is a quote from the set up tab on google for content. "In the field provided, list URLs of sites you want to show your ads. Then click "Save changes". If you put your ad code on a page not on this list, ads will still show, but impressions and clicks will not be recorded."
I'm thinking I'm just really missing some important step because I still haven't made one dime. When I google with key words, I see my articles on the first page thanks to the strength of Hubpages and yet - not a dime. I'd be happy at first with one dime so I know I have things set up right.
Question 1: So I watched more video seminars tonight and I am confused about whether I need to put the HTML code onto every page. I thought our google code worked just automatically. I did go through the whole exercise though and when trying to place the HTML after the first
This isn't showing the second question. I was also asking regarding the quote where it says "In the field provided, list the URL's of sites you want to show your ads...." But the whole URL wasn't accepted, so I just put hubpages.com. I pressed Save Changes but it didn't actually say it's accepted like that. I just want to make sure that's all we do there -- just hubpages. com in the box and that will allow the ads to be shown on all hubs. Is that correct?
This is applicable to webmasters. In the Google for content control panel, I do not see it as being necessary to fill in this information for HubPages. What matters is that you have already associated Adsense with HubPages by entering your ID in the affiliate settings part of the HubPages control panel.
Whether you have had any clicks or not, the Adsense control panel should record your page impressions. If that is not the case, something is wrong.
But....you don't have any ads. For all intents and purposes, you are an AdSense publisher that displays other people's ads. Are you sure you're not somehow in AdWords rather than AdSense? Can you give me more information about where you are seeing this message?
You can't put HTML code on hubpages Hubs. Also code capsule is not for executing HTML/JS code,it's for displaying text view of code.
On hubpages you don't have to enter any html on your pages, they get ads automatically placed on them, it was confusing for me at first as well
The way Adsense works is that you enter your affiliate ID into the appropriate box under affiliate settings. Ads are displayed automatically, and you will get 60 percent of the page impressions.
You never paste code into the hubs. The HTML module is only for showing how HTML will look like in articles that deal with computer programming.
Webmasters do put code into their pages to run Adsense, but not on HubPages.
by cwj1990 9 years ago
where do you insert a html code from google adsense
by Mubin123 10 years ago
My adsense impressions are fine, my analytics impressions are fine.The problem is that my adsense impressions are not showing up in my analytics account so I have no idea which pages generate which revenue.any idea on what to do?
by PhilipRoydist 7 years ago
Can I put HTML into a hub? I need google adsense but I need to put their code into my site first I need google adsense but I need to put their code into my site first. I dont think the process will finished being reviewed until I do this so is there any help? Thank you in advance
by Barbara Badder 4 years ago
Why do I show 0 page views at Google Adsense, but 200 and some impressions. This doesn't make sense to me. Google Adsense never shows the same page views or impressions that I show elsewhere. Can anyone help me understand this?
by mskills 8 years ago
Due to positive feedback regarding the HubPages ad program and myself being relatively new here (around 3 weeks), I decided to have the HP ads enabled from my very first hub. The cents have been steadily accumulating since the first few days, but I'm beginning to question if I've made a poor...
by Paul Edmondson 8 years ago
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