I want to know if Google has disapproved an account why does it show ads on the disapproved hubbers' hubs? Is this a regular feature?
And,by not allowing a hubber to earn from Adsense clicks it stills wants to make money for itself by hosting ads.
It's happening with me. While my Adsense account has been disapproved 3 days back, ads are being hosted on my hubs.
Veteran hubbers do you have any idea what's going on?
Rajan, hubpages is not owned by you, it only hosts your subdomain and they ( hubpages) need to earn from it. When you signed up you agreed to a 60:40 share of advert profits showing on your subdomain, but now since you do not have an Adsense account , hubpages ads show up all the time.
This is the way it is done.
They are google ads, they are just using Hubpages account and paying Hubpages, not you.
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