Actually after 4 days of switching to the subdomain i noticed increase in hub traffic, but earnings is still low, why?
You're only seeing an increase in traffic because of the "new content" bump Google gave your content because it's under a "new" address.
Soon, like everyone else, your traffic will drop again.
And as for the earnings - well gee I'm sure someone can think up a good conspiracy theory about why people getting the same amount of views as 6 months ago are getting half as much money. Hmmmm
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