I read today that people are losing page views because they are placing too many advertisements on their hubs. Is this true?
For the ones that I had three Amazon links, they asked me to revise it, so I removed two boxes of Amazon.
I thought the formula was one ad for every 50 words! Guess I misunderstood that one. I don't understand how you can make money if you limit your ads! I'm trying an experiment right now on one of my lowest earning hubs to see if this will change things. It will be interesting to see what happens. I took off all ads but one,and dumped all of the links but one.
I think you must be talking about people losing impressions on their Adsense Ads because they have the HP Ad program running. You don't have to run HP Ads, in fact you need to activate it if you want to earn from that.
I run both types of ads. Did I misunderstand something here? Do you have to run one or the other? I thought you could run both without problems. Please inform me and thanks.
Yes, you can run both HP and Adsense ads. Some people do better with one or the other however. In general, the presence of HP ads will diminish your adsense earnings. For some, the earnings from the HP ads more than makes up for it, for others, not so much.
If you have adverts ALL over your hubs, you're likely to annoy people and make them leave. It's better to have a few well placed quality adverts.
Adsense has rules about how many PPC adverts can be placed per page. And Hubpages has rules about how many Amazon adverts you can have.
Don't they give you some kind of warning if you've gone over the limit? I usually do no more than 3 of each, but maybe that's too many? I write fairly long hubs. Any thoughts?
by Nathan Bernardo 7 months ago
Adsense sent me a message that says that my publisher ID is not in my Hubpages and HowTheyPlay ads.text files. My earnings are fine generally, not too concerned, just wanted to bring the issue to your attention.
by The Examiner-1 4 years ago
Several days ago it was mentioned that the sidebar had disappeared, appeared, disappeared, on HP Hubs. I just noticed on another site which I am frequently on that the ads have also vanished. I checked a couple others which have AdSense and they are also gone.
by Paul Swendson 8 years ago
Is it just me, or do the adsense adds that pop up often have nothing to do with the topic of your hub? Is there anything that can be done to have some control over the ads that come up (and to make them more relevant)?
by best of the web 9 years ago
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by mrizos 9 years ago
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by Spacey Gracey 8 years ago
I'm sure I'm not alone in this. When I open a page I do not want it to start talking to me or playing music unless I press play. I really hate those adverts that are like a TV advert and appear on the page, and start playing without being clicked. Especially if I have multiple tabs / windows open...
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