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Can I run both Google adsense earnings program and HubPages earnings program?
If , no- why?
P.S For now I have a little traffic.
Of course you can, you need an Adsense account to enrol in HPAd. You will notice however that when you are using both that Adsense income will go down quite a bit.
Yes, did you sign up for the HP program?
Yes, I did sign up for both and use both, but is this profitable?
Honestly, It can be. But you have to write consistently and the first 6 months can be a bear! If you have patience you will survive.
I've produced 7 hubs in the month I've been here. I've made a little over $6 between the HP earnings program and AdSense on close to 1,000 page views. The HP to AdSense revenue ratio is about 2:1 for me.
Interesting....I have only one ad ( adsense probably) on my hub...and make between 0.02-0.008 cents every day. Does this depend on the content I provide? Maybe I have to write longer articles, to get more ads?
The HubPages Learning Center has a number of concise, informative hubs about getting traffic and making money.
You can start here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/great-content
Writing things in your own words will be a start. I found you had copied parts of your hub from
http://www.ehow.com/video_4990479_herbs … tress.html
http://www.doctorschwabca.com/blog/2011 … -skincare/
http://www.livestrong.com/article/25633 … scription/
You have to rewrite these things in your own words and aim for a minimum of 500 words.
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