Hello, can someone please help me. My overall adsense earning report is showing $8.00 on my hubpage, however this earning does not match with my google adsense report. My google adsense report overall earning is $1.00. I don't understand the big difference. Please help. Thank you.
Hello , maybe google adsense didnt accept the click , pr the clicks was from the same ip address or the same person ,, how many clicks its shown on adsense and how much is it on hubpage ??
Hi there, I'm assuming you mean the hubpages ad program?
They're two different programs and pay seperatly, so you've made $9 in total - the ad program pays for views and clicks and Adsense generally only pays for clicks... The ad program pays much better
Thank you for clarifying this. I just realized that I activated my hubpages ad program as well as my google adsense at the same time. This is the reason why my earnings are completely different between the two.
Yes, I figured that the hubpages ad program is earning me more.
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