I am glad to meet you all here, I came across the hubpage through squidoo. I learnt that in hubpage one is an author. So I published a hub called Tips to Lose Weight Fast in Summer Welcome to visit!
Welcome to HubPages!
Yes, you are a publisher/author.
When you sign up for Adsense, you bring back a Publisher ID code. You will put that in your "affiliate section" on your statistics page.
As a Hub Writer, you are the author of original articles. You can write about anything that does not violate the TOS for Adsense and/or HubPages.
If you would like to have your hub reviewed or critiqued, then you could post your hub link, in the Extreme Hub Makeover and have veteran hubbers take a look, and get some great advice.
You've a lot to learn. Have a great day!
Welcome to HP. There are so many great people. Look forward to seeing you around.
Welcome to Hubpages. Glad you could take the time to introduce yourself, if you need help with anything don't be shy to ask.
HubPages is full of a lot of talented people who have been a great help to me since I started about a month ago. There are may hubs about getting started and how to increase traffic, etc. If you have a question you don't see an answer to, someone does, just post it.
See you around the forum,
by John Coviello 6 months ago
I just saw a message on Google AdSense this morning, and am wondering if HubPages is aware of this situation and if they are correcting it?ads.txt files doesn't contain your AdSense publisher IDPublisher ID missing from ads.txt filesSites with ads.txt...
by Nathan Bernardo 6 months ago
Adsense sent me a message that says that my publisher ID is not in my Hubpages and HowTheyPlay ads.text files. My earnings are fine generally, not too concerned, just wanted to bring the issue to your attention.
by McKenna Meyers 20 months ago
I just read on another thread that we must add the niche sites to our AdSense account. I don't know anything about this and don't know how to do it. Could someone please give step-by-step directions on how to get this accomplished? I don't remember hearing about this when the niche sites started....
by Aravind Balasubramanya 2 weeks ago
Hi, I got this message in my Google Adsense account and did not know what to make of it. Would love some help."Earnings at risk – One or more of your ads.txt files doesn't contain your AdSense publisher ID. Fix this now to avoid severe impact to your revenue.You need to add your publisher ID...
by B A Tobin 4 years ago
Have any of you found detestable ads on your hubs? It is a "game" with girls in bras...how distasteful I want it off my hub...do you know if we have a say in this? It has nothing to do with my poem and is disgusting to me.
by David Hunt 6 months ago
Received the following from Google Adsense (identifying data redacted). Anyone in Hubpages staff know what it means?:Urgent: Potential revenue decrease if no action taken.Dear Publisher,We’ve noticed that the ads.txt file on one or more of your sites that you monetize through this AdSense account...
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