I have pasted the code in my earnings box and it is showing that the AdSense account is active then why I don't have any ads on my hub. I am confused. Is something remaining which I have to fix then kindly help me out. I completely depend upon you.
Shampa It is true that you have absolutely no ads on your hubs, you should write to Team@hubpages.com and tell them about this. Whether you are approved or not, ads are there on all hubs .. I am rather stunned.
Thanks Sofs! According to your suggestion I contacted the Hubpages team and they suggested that in my hub, the ad level setting is set at "none" as I was not aware of all such factors. I'am really thankful to you, as now, I 've fixed it and ads are now displaying on my hubs. Still, I've questions:
I've set the ad level at high, is it right to do so or should I set it on any other level?
Should I apply for the hubpages ad programme now or I should wait for some more time?
Will hubpages ad be really beneficial?
Thanks in advance.
Yeah, set ad level at high, go ahead and make Hubpages ad program active, you have nothing to lose and much to gain. There is no need to wait any further , though earning may take time to show up
Glad to help and you are welcome to ask for it anytime.
Sofs, Thanks again for clearing all my doubts.
Could you please tell me where I can adjust the ad level setting? Sorry for being so ignorant, but my Adsense earnings seem to have stopped recently..
Ad levels are set to high by default, and can be reduced one hub at a time. In editing mode, there are some tabs on the right-hand side. Choose "settings," and you can adjust the ad level, provided you must first uncheck the box to show that the hub is not considered commercial. In practice, this means you should have no commercial outbound links from that hub.
Thanks for the answer. My next question is about Hub Ads (or whatever it is called). I have disabled all Hub Ads for fearing that it will affect my Adsense Ads. I think it is better to focus on one, but not two. Am I correct?
Charlinex, you are welcome. There have been some extensive, inclusive threads about this. Many have reported that AdSense goes down, but some say that HP ads more than make up for it; others have disabled them again. Experiences differ so much among hubbers that maybe the only conclusion is that each person should feel free to experiment, compare.
Most hubs are set to "high" - that is the normal position.
You can either turn on the HPad program or not - you might want to wait a while to see what Adsense does first as the two are interrelated. Or just go for it and turn it on - most hubbers seem to find it advantageous to have it.
Thanks wilderness,for showing concern and offering right suggestion.
I always thought they were automatically set to high as well lol
Yes. Whether account approved or not ads appear on the hubs. Must be some glitch. As sofs said you may contact Hubpages team.
I am new here..there is so much to learn, I tried on hub before but I didn't really understand how the capsules. I opened a Google Adsense acct. months back and never really did anything with it because my problems publishing here had me stymied .Sooo I'm hoping I haven't hurt my self by doing tha.t
Welcome to Hubpages .. your adsense account is never hurt by inactivity . It is easy to write a hub.. write about something that you truly enjoy.
The capsules are easy to handle too..
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/cate … g-started/ read this up and try again.. if you have problems ask here, and you would certainly find help coming your way .
Pamela I see that you already have written a hub.
The learning center link already provided and the FAQ section links are well worth reading http://hubpages.com/faq/ for better quality hubs.
Do I need to publish, or have allot of content before I turn Ad's on?
The ads are on automatically, if you do not associate your adsense id with hubpages account , hubpages gets 100% earning, if not you get sixty percent of adsense revenue from your hubs. Since you have an adsense account already link it to you HubPages account. You can also benefit from the Hubpages ad program if you opt in.
I applied for it but had not activated it, It had been so long and I couldn't find my old e-mail. I resubmitted so I guess It will be about a week before I hear from them. I went ahead this past HOUR..lol and now have an Amazon Acct...sheesh. Do they just pop up where ever? Or do I have to manually put them in these "capsules"?
Thanks sofs, I have the amazon account activated
It says all my accounts are active....so do I still need to paste a code? my codes ore already on the affiliate settings.. I see them.
I see an add in the bottom of my page that says google so it must be ok
I never saw where to modify any thing on the affiliate settings
I still can't figure out where to post a code from Adsense...but it looks like they are on my page I'm not sure what else to do
There are always ads on hubs, whether people have an active AdSense account or not. If the AdSense account information under affiliate settings shows "active," then you have an active AdSense account, and your affiliate ID will appear on 60% of the page impressions.
Correct. But your AdSense affiliate ID has to be recorded in Affiliate Settings under My Account, and the status must show "active." The rest happens automatically.
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