I stopped writing in hubpages because despite getting 100+ views everyday i was not getting any click. I joined triond and was earning decently which pays about 1 dollars for 1000 impressions and also shares 50% adsense revenues. But i when hubpages started this ad program i have noticed that they actually pays much higher for per 1000 views. It's about 3 to 4 dollars which is great. Currently i am not getting a lot views but i will start writing more hubs when i will be free. Now tell me about yours? Is it increasing your revenue or it decreasing you adsense revenues?
I never earned from adsense, but since I joined HP Ads, I've not any clicks; however, in a month with HP Ads, I've earned half of what I've earned with Google in 7+ months, so I'm not complaining. For me, it's working out well!
I'm earning a lot less with adsense, but possibly it's balancing out.
Somewhat unrelated - but I've started making a bit of money with amazon ads, and sometimes with that you can do much better than with adsense, but it's hit and miss.
I hadn't realised the impact that an impressions based program would have.
But i am curious , are impressions equal ?
That is does a hub on say "britney spears music" earn the same as a hub on say "Doberman Pinschers"
Mine has been good-it's making up for some of my adsense loss.
I am averaging about $100 plus per month on the HP ads program.
That, to me, is phenomenal. I would be thrilled! I only have 25 hubs right now. 413 impressions equaled $3.71. Your impressions must be way way up there.
I agree with the the pay being higher every 1000 impressions. This may not be the case with everyone though, but it is for me.
While my traffic is only about 25-35% of what it once was, I make a hell of a lot more every 1000 page views 3-4 dollars. Adsense would be less than 3 dollars a lot.
Theoretically, if I could get traffic like I used to, I would make a couple 100 dollars a month, and if a bit more, 300 dollars.
I see a lot of potential for this program, the only problem that people may fall into is getting a lot of traffic like many did before Google Algorithm.
On the negative side, adsense income in my account is disappearing. I have about $55 in it, but won't be meeting payout for a while...
why you won't get a payout despite earning more than 50 dollars? What's the reason?
ohh sorry , i thought he is talking about Hubpages ad program . yea i know the minimum requirement is 100 dollars. Even i have 40 Euro which is about the same of 50 dollars .
Well, I was talking about HP ad program in previous post, but I just meant that I have 55$ in adsense account and it will be hard to make payout because I am also using HP ad program.
Hubpages was right in my case. You have the potential to make more with HP ad program, but it will be hard to make money with adsense as well..
You can not have the best of both worlds fully.
How does the Hubpages Ad program pay out if you have more than one account? Are they combined or is each one paid out independently
Mine's turning out fine, and I have one Hub I've recently published (not linking to it because of promotion policy) ready to be promoted on Sat. I can blame evergreen and seasonal Hubs on this.
for me the HP ad program working out better than Google adsense ever did...who would have thought....
Still not convinced with HP Ad program, my adsense earnings have tanked since turning it on. I'm going to turn it off again now I've reached payout to see if the Adsense recovers.
Certainly seems to be horses for courses.
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