I am little confused with my Adsense Revenue.
I have a website of my own running google adsense. I used to earn at least $0.50 per click. This means that on 20 Clicks I made an average of $10. After joining Hubpages I find that my Adsense Revenue has decreased. For instance today I god 30 Clicks on my Google Ads but income was only $ $3. I am very much confused. Please help !!!
The cost per click varies from cents to dollars. You will get few cents for some low paying ads that starts with 0.01 cents. Some ads pay you few dollars on single click itself, that is all depending on your content and the ads that get clicked.
In HP, we get 60% of the revenue whereas 40% goes to HP. Probably sometimes the costly clicks might fall on their(HP) side.
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