The ads Google put on my pages don't relate exactly to the subject I am talking about so I have put links for them to click on which will take them to a page to download or get more infoamtion from.... My question is Will I get any revenue when people click on these links I place on the page?
It depends on the link, but because you are asking my guess is no. An example would help.
Thanks for trying to help. It would be nice to know exactly the case so i can then be more discriptive in my hubs and have enough appropriate keywords to make sure google does put the relevent ads on there. That would save me from having to put links myself which would mean I would have to re-edit some of my hubs..
I have tried researching this but cannot find the answear anywhere or seen any topics relating to this. If there is please can someone let me know.
Heres one example http://hubpages.com/hub/Free_flight_simulator
What do you think?
Looks like a nice hub. But, unless the links you put in are tied to some kind of affiliate program you won't make any money from them directly. You could use links with HubPages URL trackers when you link to your other Hubs, that could boost your income a small amount.
But it looks like you are getting some search traffic to the hub, so you should be making some money from the adsense ads, which is generally the best and the easiest way.
Thanks again Paul for taking the time out to help a confused me..
I have still not used the URL trackers facility yet which I think needs to be implemented asap.
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