Ok so I'm new here and not sure I'm earning anything from the hubs. it's not my main purpose for writing but would be nice.
0.36% click through rate and that includes my website Adsense so it may be 0.
I welcome any feedback. I don't want to offer any because I'm certainly not an authority....yet
Thanks for helping me overhaul my hubs!
You can get yourself banned from adsense by talking about CTR reviyve, I would hate for that to happen so I would recommend that you edit your post. You can talk about earnings but not about CTR.
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