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Having recently signed up to Google Adsense, will they place an ad in every hub I publish from now on, forever? If they do, how can I also place an Amazon capsule, featuring Amazon products, in these hubs? I thought that part of the Adsense agreement was that other advertisers would not be placed in the same hub as Google Adsense ads?
Can't find the issue in Google's ToS, maybe the policy you are referring to is gone? In their guidelines, about other ads I only see:
"In order to prevent user confusion, publishers may not display Google ads or search boxes on websites that also contain other ads or services formatted to use the same layout and colours as the Google ads or search boxes on that site. Although you may sell ads directly on your site, it is your responsibility to ensure that these ads cannot be confused with Google ads."
If you see something in the ToS, could you post it? I do know that it is common practice to use Amazon and AdSense together. Both are available, and easily combined without warnings on Google's own blogging platform.
Unless you publish "non-commercial" hubs and set the ad level to "none," Google ads will appear on them whether or not you have an adsense account. By creating your account, you can at least share in the generated revenue.
Yes, you may use Amazon capsules as well as adsense. eBay is not longer accepting affiliates unless you have your own site.
To use Amazon, you will have to sign up with Amazon and give that information to HubPages. There is a wealth of information on how to do this in the learning center, link at the bottom of this page.
I think I understand now - the formatting of both ads cannot be the same. Google don't want Amazon customers confusing the two.
by Brittany Banks13 months ago
I don't know what is going on with my articles lately, but every time they edit them, my amazon capsules are removed. Once they remove the amazon products, they publish it and feature it. I don't understand why this is...
by Steve_10667 years ago
Hello,I've signed up with Google Adsense. I'm currently writing a new hub. Questions: 1. Can I be signed with Google Adsense and use Amazon capsules within my hub? Is such a mix allowed?2. Will I accrue any earnings...
by Sekharg7 years ago
In Amazon capsule, after placing ads using keywords, it is showing the list of relevant products (ads). If I want to remove some of those ads or products (because they are irrelevant), how do I remove them?I don't see...
by Person of Interest7 years ago
This will probably get me hunted down and shot, but here goes…When I first started here, I plastered Amazon capsules all over the place; each and every one of them 8 products long. And then two more 8-mile long ones...
by Shadaan Alam3 years ago
I think it would be so good if we can add the zazzle products to our hubs via Zazzle Capsule just like We do it for Amazon. It will help us improve traffic and of course earnings.
by Marina3 years ago
As part of the Squidoo asset purchase, we're excited to incorporate some of the best-performing practices from Squidoo into HubPages. They've always had us beat in Amazon sales, and we're pleased to announce that we're...
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