Why is my Host Share Revenue showing 0%? This is showing under My Account>Access Settings in the old version of Adsense. I have everything setup and make money from other sites using Adsense. I have a four articles posted. Maybe I've just not had anyone click on an ad yet?
Sorry to be so stupid, but I have another site listed there with a share of 40%. Will they get a percentage of all my revenue? Or just revenue for money I've generated from their site?
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