For those of you who used to use adsense ID and earn from it but are now using the new HubPages Earnings Program are you finding it to increase your income and was it a good choice to move to it?
Not so far, but I've only began using it this month.
I use both. This month in particular the HP ads are doing better for me for income. But it varies from month to month.
I went with only adsense and disabled hpads a while back and my earnings were far superior. I switched back because of all the changes and I'm making less total and by way of ecpm with both combined sources.
My articles aren't geared for high traffic - most are written for high adsense conversions. It hasn't been the best yet, but maybe when I get the ebay stuff going it will make up at least some of the difference.
It's pretty early to make any snap decisions, but it ain't lookin good yet. I'm in a plunge, and if I pull out of it, I'll have a better idea of what the straight scoop is.
I simply write for the sake of writing I dont take any advertising money
For me HP ads seem to be working better lately, but there are months when a few Adsense clicks make a huge difference.. you need to find which ones work well for you.
I never take money from advertising in HP,maybe should try one if this worth to do.
Mine's doing pretty well. I'm already at $80 or so for the month of HP alone. It's gotten better and better each month.
I've found the HP ads are more lucrative, although I do both.
by Jason Matthews 3 days ago
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by StellaSee 6 years ago
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by Robin Edmondson 2 years ago
Hello, everyone! As many of you know, HubPages is now a part of Maven. Maven is a unified, shared publishing platform for three types of media publishers: individual experts (like our Hubbers), small publishers with community backing, and flagship brands (like TheStreet, History.com, and Sports...
by Roohi Khan 10 years ago
I just wanted to know wheether everyone on Hubpages uses the Earnings Program? If anyone out there doesnt, can you tell me why?Just wondering whether one can earn more with the Hubpages Program or with just Google Adsense and Amazon.
by Victor W. Kwok 9 years ago
Is the HubPages Earnings Program really safe?
by ajayshah2005 10 years ago
Please share your practical experience, the effects of this program on your earnings, keeping in mind about Hubpages TOS as well as Google adsense TOS.Thanks!
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