When i look in my hubpage account, it says the account is connected to my Adwords account. However, when I look in my AdSense account, I don't see any money from Hubpages. My hubs have received 12000 views this year. It doesn't make sense that there would be no AdSense revenue. Please help.
That many views should have gotten you about ten to twelve cents, maybe.
johnathon , adwords and adsense are not the same thing! You should check your setting up account numbers again!
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