I went into the trackers and it says I have earnt 19 cents yet when i go into google I still have the same total that I had two months ago before I started in hubs.
Can anyone explain why my totals do not change in adsense.
Thanks for any help in advance.
The values on that page are only an estimate, and they assume your adsense affiliate code has been active the entire time that you've been a member. I see that you only completed the adsense approval process a few days ago.
Actual revenue (as opposed to those estimates) is distributed through impression sharing, and will be reflected directly in your various affiliate accounts. There are more details about how URL Trackers work, and how we arrive at those estimates in this thread:
My actual earnings are less than 30% of what is showing in the estimate. And large percentage of that would be my own pages, and not what I'd be getting from my referred pageviews.
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