Just wondering if anyone was making any money yet with the ad program? Hey it isn't much but it's working.
I make around $1 or two per day. More that the sad earnings adsense can come up with anymore with or without the ad program.
3 bucks a day average so far, but it's only a week in.
Yep everyone is making money through ad program but you need patience to make bucks.
I am just getting a few peanuts each day... I seriously think of opting out..but I'll give it some more time.
my HP ad peanuts seem to be more than my adsense peanuts
LOL I thought my adsense peanuts were more when counted at the end of the day
The HP Ad program peanuts were dry roasted so I opted to just have the salted Adsense ones lol
For someone who's not getting any peanuts before, it's a feast day for me. In a few months I hope it improves. Around 70 months give or take a few weeks will be long enough to see bigger peanuts. LOL
So far it has been reliable. Not a lot, but reliable.
Adsense on the other hand has been all over the place.
I make between $2 to $4 a day on average. Actually not much different to what I made on Adsense alone, so no noticeable increase in earnings as yet, (not helped by the amount of hubs that seems to suddenly have Ads disabled or be temporarily unpublished due to silly rules penalising hubs for issues that are not anything most people would have a problem with).
I know it's not much but hey it's money I wouldn't have seen without it.
I haven't hit the $1 a day yet, just a few little ones.. but I'll keep trying! Perseverance!
My HP Ads earnings are consistent. Very few days over a dollar, but has never (knocking on wood here) gone down under 50 cents. Adsense on the other hand, is giving me a heart attack as it jumps up and down.. some days I feel like crying.
Well, after 2 days of being in the program, my 2 hubs have made me a nickel. At this rate, all I need is to put up 3000 more hubs, and I'll be able to retire!
I shut HP Ad program off. And, am watching my Adsense earnings return.
My husband and I have each made a couple of dollars since joining last week.
But our combined Google Adsense account has not brought in a CENT in the past seven days...just when we're less than a dollar from payout...
I am averaging over 20.00 per day. Adsense is jumping wildly..one day it is 15.00 and the next it is 3.98
My HP earnings are far outpacing my Adsense earnings at this point. Impressions are still way down since the change from Google.
I am still chasing my paypal account, that is lost in space somewhere...
I have a CPM of average $4-7 per thousand impressions, but since I can barely get into double digits each day that isn't at all relevant lol
I was making a bit everyday but that was before it got stuck in pending mode. Hopefully this along with ad showing in code will be fixed soon.
Yes. Nowhere near as much as I'd been earning with Ad Sense. More, apparently, than I'm earning now. In the 150's last month. Less recently because I've tried shutting off HP ads a couple of times - but still nice as far as I'm concerned. Not sure if I'll leave HP ads permanently or not. Depends what Ad Sense seems to do/not do. It also depends on a couple of other things too.
Personally, I opted out of the Adprogram after trying it for a week, though I used to earn around $2 a day on an average. It was because I felt an instant corresponding decline in my AdSense earnings, the post-Panda meltdown apart. I have been reconsidering it for a while in the wake of positive feedback from fellow-hubbers.
I was going to leave adsense running for May and then switch but the last 10 days or so of adsense have been crumbs from the peanuts so I thought I would switch and see what happened - but that was only 2 days ago and as the earnings are currently delayed I have no idea if I have even earned one peanut crumb!
My HPad prog isn't worth having, just a $ a day, as soon as I make payout I'm going back to adsense.
I am almost there for my first payout from the Hubpages Ad Program. I am doing better there than I am for Adsense Ads. I decided to keep them both active for now.
Mine is running on a consistent basis and is performing dependent on the proportional amount of impressions made by visitors multiplied by.....wait a minute, I just confused myself......what was the question? lol
I'm just so confused. With HP ads on, my adsense is not even good enough to classify as peanuts.
I'm still pondering.
I turned it off when i reached payout mid April. Then my adsense recovered and i was able to reach adsense payout by the skin of my teeth.
Turned it back on this May, and feel i should leave it on. Of course, adsense has plumetted again, but im watching to see how it goes for May.
So i guess i'll just grin and bear it!.
BTW, is it possible to do anything to improve/increase page impressions?
Hitting payout, but i need to do some testing as to which ad program is best for me.
I'm making more with HP ads, than I previously was with adsense. And still making a little from adsense on top too. Which is nice.
But Amazon/eBay sales have all but vanished. So overall, I'm considerably worse off.*
* Although I believe the loss of these earnings has more to do with recent changes, rather than competition from HP ads.
Hi ! Just popped in for a visit !I made about $9,40 last month, up to $2,40 this month, I earn more weekly on kooday as get paid every week as well as earn while asleep!We set off again today to explore so hopefully earn more as I write more hubs !
by Marina 6 years ago
by sasta10 6 years ago
Hi, what was you maximum earning with HubPages Ad Program in a month (not google adsense)? Is it possible to make much money with this program? Thanks.
by Melanie Palen 2 years ago
Is it true that the 60/40 model only applies after HubPages pays their expenses? Because I have expenses too... I don't see why we should suffer because HubPages wants 40% to be pure profit AFTER their expenses.
by Sherry Hewins 4 years ago
A few days ago, I noticed that a lot of people were talking about changing from HP Ad Program to Google AdSense. I had tried that a few years ago, but switched back pretty quickly because I earned better with HP. Recently though, since my earnings have dropped so much, I figured I didn't have much...
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
Some people have said they've turned off HP Ads and just use Adsense and actually make more money from Adsense. I'm considering trying that out and was curious how much more some of you are making just through Adsense. Fifty percent more? Twice as much? Triple? Quadruple?
by K Kiss 6 years ago
I really do miss the old success stories.. they were the ones that gave us all hope. Even after 6 years of being here at hubpages it is all a mystery to me. I am still loyal to only Adsense and didn't opt for hubpages ad program. My question is...is there anyone here earning over 500 dollars per...
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