I realize I would lose any payout of the funds earned that are less than $50.
I am seriously considering this since my AdSense account has had zero earnings in April.
Thanks for information on this!
Yes you can deactivate and then reactivate very easily..I don't think you lose the earnings either
Thanks so much for replying, Richieb. I couldn't find this stated in the HP description of the program. How did you know? I'm glad you can help me on this.
Think I just heard one of the HP comment on it in forums
Ms Dee, I've turned it off and turned it back on a couple of times. As a test.
However, make sure that you only deactivate them and don't cancel your participation.
I see your specialty is in affiliate marketing, by your having a YouTube channel on this.
I switched it off for a couple of days, and then back on. The couple of dollars I had already got was still there.
Switching it off made no difference to my Adsense income. But all hubs are different.
So, are HP ads available for everyone now, because I still don't seem to have them?
Yes, they are. You should be able to see a notice with a link when you go to "my account" and then click on "hubs" to see your list of hubs.
Yes, they should be, psycheskinner. Under earnings, click on the HPAds link. You should be able to set it up from there.
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