I went from getting about 350 hits per day to abut 50 per day for the last few days and no clicks.
Also when I have hubbers sign up and they create hubs where do I
see my revenue. I mean will it be here on hubpages or will it be in my adsense account?
Traffic fluctuations are fairly normal. If you continue to create and promote good quality content, traffic will gradually increase.
You will see revenue from the HubPages affiliate program (people that signup through you) the same way you see revenue from your own hubs, at AdSense, eBay, and Amazon.
You can track signups and hub creation here:
but again, the revenue will show up at the affiliate sites.
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by Whitney7 years ago
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