If the mobile devices take over the market as predicted, where will this leave the revenue potential from sites such as Hub Pages?
Also, how does Tumblr make money when I don't see ads on their site?
I am still trying to connect the dots with all this Internet stuff and now I have an android phone and have even more questions....
When you visit a website with your mobile devices the ads still show and the site loads as if you see it here on your browser. as for tumblr no idea i saw i spot to put adsense but no where on my blog does it have ads on it lol makes no sense
I for one am excited for the future and being involved in Hubpages/websites in general
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