My hp ads on this subdomain is "not active", so imagine my surprise this morning when i see i earned 1cent this month, so far.
Is there anything new i haven't heard of concerning this?
Anyone else notice same?
Hmm, do you think it is from people looking at your profile or questions?
The most likely explanation is that the two Hub views from 12/15 were from the Google cache. If one of your Hubs was copied and pasted elsewhere with the ad codes still in tact, that could also explain it.
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