Why am I receiving 0% revenue sharing from my hubs. I am not making any money from them. I believe I did what I was suppose to do and allowed hubpages access to my adsense account yet I'm still seeing a zero percent revenue share from hubpages on my adsense account. What's going on?
Hubpages does not offer revenue sharing which is why it says 0% in your adsense account. We share ad impression with hubpages, so you get 100% of any revenue generated while your ID is showing (60% of the time).
That means HP gets zero revenue share from your 60% of impressions. In other words, you get it all.
Oh, i thought it was 60 percent of the revenue for each click. are you saying that I get 100% of the revenue of 60 percent of clicks.
its an impression share program , not revenue sharing.
your settings are exactly as they should be
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