I know I'm late to this; I haven't checked Adsense in a while.
I have several websites and several hubpages accounts. I was getting around 600-800 views a day for my hubs in AdSense. Since Jan 15, I'm getting about 5-10 views a day for my hubs in Adsense. The views are about the same through Hubpages and my hubpages income hasn't changed, however.
Any thoughts as to why AdSense is no longer registering traffic brought to my hubs? I've played around in the settings and it's still associated to the right Adsense ID. I appreciate any help. Thanks.
Thank you. This helps a little. The Ad Requests are still around the correct number (although slightly lower). However, the Ad Request RPM has fallen 85% for Hubpages since Jan 15.
Basically, I'm wondering why this sudden, dramatic and instantaneous shift in Google Adsense Revenue from hubpages accounts starting on Jan 15...
I personally still experience the same problem, but I think Hubpages will answer better so contact them.
When I reported this to Hubpages months ago, they said something about bug which I did not understood.
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