I know that when it comes to AdSense the earnings are split 60/40 with 60% going to the hubbers and 40% to HubPages. Unless I mixed it up. But what about the HubPages Ad Program? Is the split the same? I am wondering if the daily impressions I see for the HubPages Ad Program in my stats are equivalent to the # of daily views accumulated for my hubs.
It is the same, as is eBay and Amazon earnings. When a visitors appears that visit is given either an HP code or yours, and any income is given to the code.
In general daily impressions will be 60% of that day's traffic. Never exact, as traffic is on a rolling 24 hour basis while impressions are not and the 60% is never absolutely perfect either as it is a random factor rather than 6 to you and 4 to HP, but it should be close.
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