I've noticed that hubpages is placing there sponsered links (Mostly Microsoft ad network) on the most visible areas...
And Many times I've noticed 3 'sponsored ads' units running simultaneously on a hub...
I hope hubpages is not playing with writer's revenue which is 90:10 (Adsense) as stated in documentation.
Firstly, it is an impression share model, where you get 60% of the total impressions.
Secondly, hubpages can display whatever ads they want on their share of impressions.
hubpages share with writer's revenue which is 60:40 (Adsense) as stated in documentation.
Ultimate Hubber is right.
During their 40% of impressions, hubpages experiment with a wide range of affiliates which would not be available on a user by user basis since each user doesn't have enough traffic.
However they have mentioned that in the future there may be a scheme to share some of the funds from high traffic requirement affiliates with hubbers, in the future.
There's always the chance that an affiliate will impress the team so much that they decide to add it to the member affiliate share as well.
It would truly be a good thing if HP added other search engine ads into the mix. Starting with Bing, Yahoo, and Ask.
The increased competition would hopefuly boost ad revenue for everybody!
I am not sure what you mean, people can come to HP from any search engine.
Paradigm, you do realize that google adsense and google search are COMPLETELY different entities, right?
Search engines send us traffic.
Advertisers place adverts to for traffic to click.
They are completely different - some search engines dabble in advertising as well but a lot of affiliates are not related in any way to search engines.
Thanks Wrylilt for the info...
Hope, They will add new networks soon.
Why do I always have to spell things out here?
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