If we delete a hub, do the views it has accumulated get lost from the period they were gained in as just a deduction from our total lifetime views or do they get deducted from the current month's total as well? In other words, if we've already been paid for the views, are we set, or will the views a hub got in the past be deducted from the month we delete it?
You get paid for any views received. The numbers you see in your dashboard are not the numbers used for payments.
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