When I first started here like many of you, my main earnings were from Google Adsense. Since the many changes and I refuse to ever use that black and white bear name, I have fared better with HP revenue. Nonetheless, I am an optimist and requested Google Adsense for YouTube which they just granted me. Now I wish to add Google Adsense to my website. Any general experiences you can share with me. Please be careful, Google feels financials are privileged and I don't want you in trouble with the Goliath revenue provider.
by Mike Russo5 years ago
Is google adsense only paying for clicks and not impressions? My adsense earnings have almost gone down to nothing. Has anyone else experienced this?
by ForexCashBack6 years ago
Hello,I have been on hubpages for a little over a year now and have read stories of people earning $1,000 a month from their hubs. Can anyone give me some suggestions to get to that goal? I have 27 hubs. *Sadly, due to...
by vespawoolf5 years ago
I've noticed my Google AdSense earnings are only 10% of my HP earnings. I also noticed that Google only reports a fraction of the clicks/page views that HP reports on my hubs. Is something wrong?
by Traqqer6 years ago
That is, are they updated once a day, twice day, updated every hours, or continuously updated?
by JP9936 years ago
3 and a half weeks,33 hubs, 1225 view, £1.05 adsense earnings!Yehaa my first pound. This has given me more determination to make this (Hubpages) a passive income. A lot more work to do, a lot more research and learning...
by Stove And Home2 years ago
My Adsense earnings (not the ad program earnings) dropped by two-thirds yesterday yet I have the same amount of traffic as always. This has never happened before. Did I miss some kind of FYI that the page restructuring...
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