No idea where the discrepancy comes from, where my Hubpages stats shows 400 views, but Adsense account shows me 179 ..... but even so, I own what many would call a site that breaks all the rules. I haven't updated it for ages (went through it in February, once). No particular inbound links, no images, so no alt text. It just sits there.
Comparing my rubbish website without fancy specialists tweaking it and without me doing anything, it compares today to my 200 Hubs as:
Page CTR: <snipped>
Overall page RPM/CPM of my site is <snipped> the yield I get on hubs.
I have reported this so staff can clip the stats, if you don't.
It breaks Adsense ToS to reveal exact earnings or CTR.
Also, remember that Hubpages only has one box at he bottom right that shows YOUR Adsense adverts. The rest are HP ad program.
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