If you refer a user and you know who they are, is there a way to track the adsense income you generate from that user? I know it's only ads that are clicked on 10% of the time they're shown, but it would be nice to know if it's traceable.
I would be happy if such system exists. I tried using Google Analytics Account - but I couldn't find the way to trace.
HP used to have an estimated revenue from referrals, but it was removed bc too many people were getting frustrated bc they weren't earning that exact dollar. And, it was confusing people as to whether HP paid that dollar amount of Adsense.
Thanks Whitney. If I haven't already said it, you're awesome.
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