Which program are you earning more on? The new Hubpages Ad Program or Google Adsense.
Everyone will most likely earn more on HP's Ad program because it is featured on your Hubs far more heavily than Adsense if you are signed up for it. The only way to draw an accurate comparison is to do a month on HP Ads, followed by a month on Adsense, then compare the earnings.
Some people I am speaking to are earning more on Adsense having tried this experiment for themselves, so I am going to try it for July to see if the same applies to me or not.
The official word from HubPages is that everyone is different, and it will depend on a lot of factors such as the topics you write about - so the only way to find out which will work best for you, is to try it.
I tried going back to Adsense only in April and proved to my own satisfaction that I'm better off with HP Ads enabled.
I am not comparing Hubads to Adsense with Hubads turned on.
I am comparing total earning with Hubads turned on, to total earning with Hubads turned off.
I, personally, make more from the former than the latter. Having tried both for extended periods.
My thought is that you can earn just as much on either - pending your own promotion, content, etc. (This isn't my only account.)
Sure, if you have 2 or more accounts, with similar content, some running HP Ads and some running Adsense. This would also allow you to judge as long as the content was very similar, (assuming the hubs had much the same viewing figures of course).
by sasta10 3 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.
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