I had checked in my adsense account about the page impressions. Till now i have received over 78 hubpages views but not a single adsense page impression. Can anyone please tell me about this.
It sounds like there's no impressions because you haven;t linked the accounts. Have you put your PUB code into hubpages?
I assume that you have linked your adsense account with Hubpages.
Hubpages pays its authors 60% of ad money it earns from adsense. There could be many ways to achieve this. Like;
1. Show Ads with author's adsense ID 60 times and Hubpages adsense ID 40 times out of total 100 times.
2. Show Ads with author's adsense ID 120 times and Hubpages adsense ID 80 times out of total 200 times.
If it is 2nd case then it makes sense that all 78 times the ads were displayed with Hubpages ID but if they are following 1st case then even I am confused.
Hi my name is Chucks
I would like to share 3 basic strategies to increase Adsense click/impression.
I assume you already know Google Adsense policy.
Three things you must do to increase click through rate or impression on your website:
(1) Content - Always write unique contents.
(2) Keyword - target your niches
(3) Ads - embed the adsense code correctly.
(4) Traffic - Send traffic to your site
Thanks from Chucks
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