This may be a stupid question but can we put adsense on anthing BUT content on Hubpages? Does one have to have their own website for these other avenues like feeds, mobile, search and domains?
Perhaps you could send your feed from hubpages through feedburner.google.com and attach adsense to that feed.
Yep, just did that with Feedburner and connected it to Adsense. Now you just have to publicize that feed.
I never could see why anyone would be interested in a feed.
Well, you can submit feeds to directories to automatically create backlinks automatically.
I also have software that takes my RSS feed and turns them into individual posts and backlinks on a blog I own.
Personally if someone at hub pages has interesting hubs (I think I can learn from them) I put their RSS feed in my feed reader rather than waiting for an email from hub pages.
So feeds are very flexible. I get most of my news by RSS feed these days instead of going to individual websites to see what's new.
I have adsense on other feeds and make some money... so on my profile I encouraged people to sign up for my feedburner hub feed with ads.
If I could add it to a hub page, I'd put adsense for search. That works well too.
It is definitely not a stupid question, but the answer is that HubPages only supports AdSense for content.
Darn, I was afraid of that. Hmm, so the only way to exploit those other avenues is to get my own website? What about Blogger do you know if you can do it on Blogger?
What about adsense for link units?
I see link unit ads appearing on the hubpages but never got any click on it.
I think Blogger would offer you more flexibility, yes.
it may be hard to verify your feed, if the option could be put in place then it would be nice to have a 'feed advertisement capsule' so that we could place an rss button somewhere in our article for our hubs, or have an option to change the default feed on our profile. earnings from feeds are so low though!
by Mike Russo 7 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
by Cuttler 6 years ago
How do you use the hubpages rss feeds? and how does it help?
by Adrienne F Manson 8 years ago
Any of you guys use adsense on your blog feeds? I never paid much attention to making money from feeds or the adsense search box. Some blogger say it helps. Just wanted to get some feedback from other individuals who maintain their on blog or website.
by world of the wise 9 years ago
I placed some RSS feeds from Yahoo on my site , i have ads of adsense on the site and someone has told me that i may be penalised by yshoo and adsense since am to supposed to show ads on rss feeds. I would like to know wetha its really true
by girly_girl09 9 years ago
http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/10/endortest.shtmFrom what I understand, it affects bloggers that are directly paid to endorse or review a product. Here on HP, we don't get paid to write reviews (well, some of you might), however most of us do benefit if someone purchases a product that we reviewed...
by Kuan Leong Yong 21 months ago
I've previously started a thread on this at http://hubpages.com/community/forum/141 … th-adsenseIn short, I used my YouTube AdSense account to apply for the Ad Program here at HubPages. For over a year, my AdSense account recorded absolutely no data and hits. Correspondingly, not even a cent...
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