Every month I have noticed that there is a little bit increase in hubpages earning but there is a gradual decrease in the Google Adsense earning. Though it is still in the range of cents but still one is showing increase and the other one is decreasing , why?
If you can help me to know a right cause. Thanks in Advance.
I never get adsense clicks. Maybe its because all of my hubs are new or maybe its because I have hubpages earning activated. I heard having it activated greatly reduces earnings for adsense. Don't know if that's true or not.
When you opt for the HPad program you have more of those ads than Google adsense ads on your page... Adsense works on clicks and not on views as Hp ads work.. you are bound to get more view than clicks if you have your HP ads on...
by Priyanka Biswas6 years ago
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by Rohit2 months ago
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by Shadaan Alam11 months ago
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by job9 months ago
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by Murtaza Abbasi2 years ago
I think this is to straight to ask about earning as I am new here also. I have written up to 5 hubs and writing more to reach number 10, I will write some more and apply for adsense if that works. Before I reach to that...
by Lisa8 months ago
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