Sorry if this sounds like a stupid question but trust me I have good reason to ask.
I went to look at my list of authorized sites on my adsense account. I see hubpages there and it says I'm getting 0% of revenue. Well, shouldn't it read something like "60% of revenue"? And mind you, hubpages is enabled as an authorized user so it's got nothing to do with that.
If you read what it says, it indicates that the hosts share of revenue is 0%.
Hubpages doesn't split the earnings with you. 60% of the time it shows your adverts and you get 100% of the money from those clicks.
40% of the time it shows Hubpages adverts and you get 0% of that.
I am also confused because of your question, it never come in my mind before
60% of the time, your adverts show and you get ALL the money from them. Make sense?
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