My impressions figures are very low compared to my page views.
The hubpages FAQ says: "In general, for every 1000 Hub views, you should be seeing about 600 HubPages Ad Program impressions."
Yesterday I had 134 hub views, and 13 impressions. That's 6 times lower than the ratio the FAQ says I should be getting. Now I know the 600 out of 1000 is just a rule of thumb, but it seems like a huge difference. Am I doing something wrong to cause it?
by Favorites6 years ago
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by David 4706 years ago
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by Mutiny926 years ago
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by jaredbangerter5 years ago
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by Donna Fairley Huebsch5 years ago
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by Rajan Singh Jolly4 years ago
Do earnings from the Hubpages Ad program include earnings from the ads on your question page?If so, are the ads on the questions page turned on automatically if you have opted for Hubpages Ads?
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