Yes. However other hubbers are not very likely to click adverts. I believe their views count towards the HP ads payment though.
Hubbers are not allowed to click each others ads
From memory there were some big arguments about this and I think the end reply was "It's advised against". But yes, in the end, most hubbers don't click other people's adverts even if they CAN, since the develop "banner blindess".
I seem to remember it ended up with an emphatic NO, from Paul Edmondson as it puts the company's Adsense account at risk, but I don't know if it was ever put in the rule book.
Found it: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/67737#post1483104
You probably forgot - pregnancy does that! lol
What did you have then? A boy or a girl?
Oh I have major baby brain at the moment. Not to mention WAY too many projects!
A girl - just over 8 pounds, a day before her EDD. Three months old on the 25th.
Great i will follow fellow hubbers hubs but i will not click on their ads
Only when they pin $ notes on your hubs! But the downfall to that is.... that not many actually do that, because the hub cleaners seem to always beat you to the bucks!
I never heard of this. Exactly what are you talking about?
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