Received an e-mail from a company called Oxamedia...they like ly page and want to run international ads on it. Has anyone heard of them? and can I do this?
I'm not exactly sure how that would work, considering Hubs are articles and the ads that are already placed on them come from your association with HP and Google Adsense.
There isn't a way for you to place their ads on the page, but maybe the company could contact HP and run an ad capsule through the Hubpages Ad program on the category your hub is under...
Never heard of them, to be honest, but they will almost certainly be a company who require you to add their coding in to the script of your website or blog. That is not possible on Hub Pages, so far as I am aware.
Even if you are considering it on a blog or independently hosted website, I would strongly recommend you get a lot more info on them before you even consider it. You are technically giving their bots/spiders/whatever you want to call them, authorised access to your domain or subdomain. Have heard a few related horror stories in the past (though not in relation to this particular organisation.)
There are many who have an axe to grind against the more established providers of these services but at least - if nothing else - you know they are reputable in the sense that they are not going to rip you off...
Good luck but please be cautious!
by Angela Michelle Schultz 6 years ago
I feel concerned that the reason google may prefer ehow as opposed to hubpages, is because there is an abundance of poetry and short stories. I am not by any means saying that those who publish the short stories and poetry are not good, but they are not usually searchable or high market. I...
by Ben Blackwell 5 years ago
I have made a similar post a while ago, but I still haven't been able to find a solution to this problem. All of my hubs are currently featured and always have been. I have 6 poems, 3 short stories, and 29 non-fiction articles. Many of them are on topics I wouldn't consider...
by Tim Mitchell 3 years ago
Trying out the Hub Hopper I noticed there is a queue distinguishing typical hubs from a creative work or humor. Since HP apparently values them differently would having a separate HP account for typical hubs that are not creative writing and one for creative writing offer any advantages?Also, what...
by apStumbo 8 years ago
I used to be a hubber and I posted how to's and informational hubs, but I got burnt out because it wasn't my niche. I have written one short story now, do you think creative writing is a good way to go on hubpages?
by Silver Rose 7 years ago
Here's the article with the google confirmation:http://www.webpronews.com/daniweb-panda-2011-09There have been some big casualties, but it looks like hubpages overall survived.If you are a surger and have stayed up, or your surge started on 28th Sept, looks like you might be safe for another few...
by Laura Tallo 17 months ago
What does the number on my profile pic mean?The scores on my individual articles are in the mid-sixties. Does this mean that I am a poor writer according to the standards of Hubpages?
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