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.
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