I am wondering why I get very little views indicated on Google ad sense report for hubpages? For instance if my views on Hubpages are 1,000 on Google ad sense I will get less than 100 views indicated.
If you have the HubPages Earnings Program turned on, not all the ads on your Hubs are AdSense-exclusive ads. It's likely that the majority of your readers simply aren't scrolling all the way to the ones that are.
by N B Yomi4 weeks ago
So I signed up for Google Ad Sense after publishing my tenth hub around April 15th. The notification says that the reviewing process will take up to three days. And it's been five weeks. Does it tend to take this long...
by DuaneJ2 years ago
Hi. I'm new to HubPages and recently published my first hub. I've opted for the HubPages Earnings Program but noticed that the sign-up process is still incomplete. Apparently, I'm also supposed to associate a Google...
by Patrick Kamau2 years ago
Why is Google ad sense report showing that I get less than 50 views while in actual sense I get over 300 views in a day?
by Karine Gordineer4 years ago
When you send out the request for an account should you get an email back right away or does it take a while? Will the not respond to you at all if you've only published one hub? Does anyone know of a way to...
by Amanda Littlejohn23 hours ago
Hi Folks,Can anyone make it crystal clear to me, step-by-step, how to switch from the Hubpages Ad Program back to just plain ol' Adsense? I'm showing my aging brain, but I'm not sure what to do, and don't want to mess...
by sharanya dinesh4 years ago
Hello, I have repeatedly tried to apply for google ad sense program, but the application is not accepted. the reason always is that they are not able to view my hub site! and so cannot ascertain anything about...
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