I have had my Google AdSense account fully set up for almost a week now. It is showing almost 100 views on my pages, but saying 0 clicks.
Is it likely that out of that many people no one clicked? Or is there something with the account set up that I missed?
It is quite likely that no one clicked, particularly if you have enabled HPads.
I have enabled HPads, and I'm lucky to get one or two clicks per week from 10,000 views.
I have about 16 hubs and get like ... from 0,06$ to 0,10$ per day .. is this good? ...
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