Obviously I know that some of my adsense earnings are coming from other hubbers hubs a totally awesome benefit to using the referral feature.
My question however, because this has never happened before is, I have no page impressions showing in my adsense account, regardless of clicks, what I don't understand is why NO channels are showing up when I know darn well that I am receiving traffic.
It might just be something that other hubbers know about that I don't understand so if anyone knows what is up with this, can I get a heads up?
If it is unusual then what do I do?
You have to add the channels.
As for having no impressions and earnings, not all ads show impressions, if I remember correctly. Could be really wrong, but that's what I remember from somewhere.
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