I originally created my Adsense account when I joined HubPages and all went nice and smooth. Quite odd for me. My question is if I use Adsense on blog sites, websites, etc. will it automatically link to my account so I receive the credit for clicks. My example is Blogger.com which populates with Adsense adds related to my content. I did see the Blogspot channel in the Google Advanced Reports so I guess it feeds back somehow.
Yeah, it is automatic so far as I can tell. Blogger, of course, is owned by Google though. "Lots" of hubbers are doing well with Shetoldme and Best Reviewer, which are two diff domains that run adsense, and allow you to backlink while reviewing your own material, or anyone else's from any site.
You can put adsense on any site that complies with their ToS.
When you set up an add you can assign it to a channel so you can track it.
by Michelle Cesare 8 years ago
Hello everyone,I just finished creating a new Hub about Pay Per Click Publisher Networks. I list many of them and explain in detail how each of them work and also explain how I use them to earn additional income. I am very interested learning more if any Hubbers here use Pay Per Click...
by Eugene Brennan 20 months ago
Are ad settings totally controlled by HubPages or do the settings in my Adsense account have a bearing on what will be displayed? If so, is it a good idea to select categories relevant to a niche site?
by CrazyGata 7 years ago
How do you promote you Hubs outside of Hubpages? How many hours a day do you set aside for this?Of all the ventures in the world (I´m dramatic like that) I find that Adsense is one of the most satisfying in terms of flexibility and creativity, and the less profitable. Please prove me wrong.
by Pandoras Box 7 years ago
Trying to see if I understand this correctly. The trackers only work from outside of HP, correct? So if I have a new affiliate tracker on my profile page or in a hub, it's worthless to me, right? And if I link from one of my hubs to someone else's via a traffic tracker, again, it does me no good,...
by Peter 9 years ago
Iv'e been receiving more and more emails like the one below from new Hubbers. (names changed to protect the innocent, the Hubber was not actually called xxxxxxxxxxxxx. Not a bad idea though) Is Hubpages branching out as a Dating Service or is this a new wave Scam about to hit HubPages.
by Ronald E Franklin 9 months ago
I just received an email from Google AdSense that I never expected to receive:"In the last 24 hours: New violations were detected. As a result, ad serving has been restricted or disabled on pages where these violations of the AdSense Program Policies were found."Panic! What made it much...
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