I am accumulating income on Hubpages advertising program much faster then with Google. I am thinking about turning off Google and just allowing Hubpages Ads. I have two questions:
1. Is there an error in my thinking?
2. How do you turn off Google. On the earnings page I see where it is active, but cannot find how to deactivate.
Yes. If you turn off Google, it will not remove the Adsense ads from your Hubs - you will just stop earning from them. Turning off Google won't result in more HP Ads appearing. So it would be not just pointless but counter-productive.
Besides, you must have an Adsense account to qualify for the HP Ads Program.
If you turn off AdSense, it will also disable all your Hub Ads as the two are connected.
DoubleClick partner = Google, still.
Hence the term "double".
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