Add Chitika Ads to Hubpages Earnings!

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  1. questionpaper profile image76
    questionpaperposted 11 years ago

    Hi to all there! I hope that u all are fine!

    Hi To Hubpages team,
    What I am going to suggest is to add Chitika ads (similar to adsense) to Hubpages earnings. I'm saying so because there are many people whose adsense account are banned forever. This feature should be added to Hubpages as it will cater for those people whose adsense account are disabled. HubPages is a great site for article writers and for those who wish to earn a handsome amount of income each month and I guarantee that!

    InfoBarrel is another article writing site like Hubpages (I bet that Hubpages is better than it) which integrates Chitika Ads and Adsense ads. But the problem of InfoBarrel is that when you write an article, it should be between 325 and 400 words and on top of that when you publish your article, it goes into an  where a manager will review your article before it is published. This is why I'm requesting Hubpages Team to integrate the Chitika Ads which will cater for people whose adsense are disabled.

    Please give us a reply!!!

  2. profile image58
    laptop-coolerposted 11 years ago

    Chitika provides horrible earnings.

    1. questionpaper profile image76
      questionpaperposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      but i have seen people making over 5000 dollars (one of my friend is earning this amount!!!)

      1. thisisoli profile image73
        thisisoliposted 11 years agoin reply to this

        If he is saying he is making that much off of Chitika he eitehr a) is lieing, or b) Has thousands of spam sites.

  3. WriteAngled profile image76
    WriteAngledposted 11 years ago

    Sites which use Chitika look very cheap and spammy.

    I would not wish to have it on anything where my writing is featured.

    1. questionpaper profile image76
      questionpaperposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      if not chitika then infolinks which is now the highest paid in-text advertising program! infolinks looks good and does not take any space!

      1. thisisoli profile image73
        thisisoliposted 11 years agoin reply to this

        Since Hubpages (unfortunately imo) removed Kontera I doubt they will be bringing a similar ad solution on board.

  4. psycheskinner profile image81
    psycheskinnerposted 11 years ago

    In text links are also a very bad look and don;t tend to earn well.  That's why Hubpages got rid of them.

    Not to be impolite, but how about writing a hub before deciding how to improve the system?

    1. questionpaper profile image76
      questionpaperposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      if hubpages does not take action then people whose adsense account has been banned, would leave hubpages because amazon wont earn you more!!! GOT IT?

      1. jimmythejock profile image82
        jimmythejockposted 11 years agoin reply to this

        you are on hubpages and have no hubs, which to me means no say GOT IT?

        1. WriteAngled profile image76
          WriteAngledposted 11 years agoin reply to this

          Awww, cute little one, Jimmy! smile

      2. psycheskinner profile image81
        psycheskinnerposted 11 years agoin reply to this

        You have Amazon and Ebay.  An adsense alternative would be good--but not Chikita or in text ads which make the entire platform look less desirable. I understand losing adsense is a pain, but finding a viable alternative is difficult.

        In any case, I still don't see how you can be so sure what will work on hubs when you have never published one. Perhaps you could phrase these more as suggestions and less like demands.

        1. questionpaper profile image76
          questionpaperposted 11 years agoin reply to this

          sorry for being rude with you. I published around 120 articles on technology niche but i earned nothing neither from adsense nor from amazon after waiting for one year thats why i unpublished them.

  5. frogdropping profile image76
    frogdroppingposted 11 years ago

    Listen up matey-bob ... do you really think that Hubpages gives a monkeys for demands such as yours? Or, come to think of it, will they want the site littering with people that have had their Adsense accounts banned?

    Adsense does not ban accounts for a couple of hiccups.

    1. lobobrandon profile image86
      lobobrandonposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Rightly said frogdropping.

  6. 2uesday profile image67
    2uesdayposted 11 years ago

    I do not understand who you speaking for, if you have no Hubs here you cannot earn by any means that I am aware of.

    People have left here before who have had many hubs published and as far as I am aware it has not changed a thing. There are many changes here that have taken place over the last year an additional set of ads. would clutter up the pages and might put off incoming traffic.

    If this is connected to the other post about Adsense being taken away from people in certain countries at the moment then Adsense are the ones to approach about changing things. If it is about being banned through breaking TOS then the chances are they would be breaking the rules here too.

  7. waynet profile image67
    waynetposted 11 years ago

    And also if their Adsense account was banned then they must have been doing something to get them Adsense accounts banned! Hubpages won't go out of their way to help those that go against Terms of Service on certain accounts...GOT IT?!!!

  8. jcmayer777 profile image67
    jcmayer777posted 11 years ago

    Chitika isn't the best earner, from my experience.  I have them on my IB articles, but the earnings are only about 5-10% of what my adsense earnings are on that site (although the placement is not great for them).

    If your account got banned, you can try Bukisa or one of the sites that pays on a per-view basis.  I'm not which they are these days, but I know there are some.  Associated Content or some such thing is/was one of them.  There are also some upfront pay sites that you can explore.  I know it's not ideal, but it is something to consider.

    I think hpads is okay and it's essentially a way for HP to decrease dependence on the big G.  It's another rev source, similar to what Chitika is for other sites that use AdSense, although I suspect HP has designs of doing all their own ads at some point (just based on gut feeling and nothing else)

  9. Cagsil profile image71
    Cagsilposted 11 years ago

    Last time I checked, Chitika was brought before the community in one other thread(at least), somewhere around the time they(staff) were eliminating Kontera. And, it was asked of the community about bring it in and there were not enough people to favor the decision.

    Just a thought to be added to your thread.

  10. amandaD profile image60
    amandaDposted 11 years ago

    My Husband has always said that Chitika Sucks Ass! But Chicken Tikka on the other hand....!

  11. psycheskinner profile image81
    psycheskinnerposted 11 years ago

    If you have content, it is just a matter of finding how to monetize it. Perhaps They don't require users to have an adsense account.

    1. rajan jolly profile image92
      rajan jollyposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Well, say what you may but the fact is Google gives a stepmotherly treatment to hubbers from Asia. Why is it that, as I understand it, that hubbers from China and India especially, have to have an active account for atleast 6 months before they can apply for Adsense?
      Not all asian hubbers are into spamming and to target all for the fault of a few is to sprinkle salt over the  injury.
      Google must devise better  ways to seperate chaff from wheat.
      Who could be better equipped than Google with so much technology at its finger tips to assuage the feelings of sincere hubbers or online content writers be they be from any part of the world.


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