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.
by Suramya.K 7 years ago
I just de-activated my HubPages ads program and I was wondering if someone has any experience to share. Did your AdSense revenue increase after de-activating HP ads?
by AT Abueva 5 years ago
Won't I start earning unless I have activated my GoogleAdsense in my earnings program?I am just confused. Please help me.
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
Good news! Starting tomorrow you can earn increased commissions on many categories including Arts & Crafts, Sewing, Furniture & Décor, Bedding & Bath, Apparel, Shoes, Luggage, Jewelry & Watches from Amazon through the HubPages earning program. Happy Hubbing!
by Brad Josh 4 years ago
Earnings Program - Not Activated??Hello, I am a 6 week old hubber, but I have only published one hub till now, well, now that I go to my earnings tab, I get a red error written on the top saying "Earnings Program - Not Activated"Does anyone know how I can fix this issue? I have not...
by GwennyOh 2 months ago
Friday and Saturday showed the lowest Ad Program earnings I have seen in well over one year. It seems it could be just temporary though, as lately my earnings overall have increased. Maybe returning (I hadn't written here for some time, and just came back and made a few posts) jars the algorithm...
by beth811 9 years ago
What might have been wrong in my hubs, why I always had this $0.00 earnings everyday in my google adsense. Any advise from hubbers out there? Thanks.
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