My income has not increased in several months though my hubpages ad program thing I activated is making a few bucks. I've heard this talked about before..should I get rid of it hoping my google earning will increase or is it related to panda.
Also, have you moved your profile to a subdomain and have you noticed improvement?
You should use whichever ad program makes you the most money, it depends on the kinds of hubs you have.
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