I am part of the HubPages ad program, so the amount I earn via adsense is lower than what I usually earn via HP ads. But yesterday, 19 April 2015, I noticed invalid click activity. On an average, my hubs get a total of 1 or 2 clicks max, but on the 19th of April the report showed 50 clicks and the total impressions were 1000. Today (20th April 2015) the Adsense performance report showed 30 clicks with only 188 impressions. IMO, this is a clear case of click bombing and someone is targeting those articles that are getting less page views. I have reported this issue via the Invalid clicks report. Google will take time and may or may not reply to my complaint, and until then should I disable Adsense? If I do, I won’t earn a cent from the HP ad program. Help!
This is an issue that Google Adsense is aware of. Read this forum. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/130081
Your avatar picture is showing up as a different pic on my feed.
* Have you checked this thread in your feed?
* Do you see a different avatar too.
* I reported the difference on this thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/130083#post2726723
* She is reporting her avatar picture has changed.
Now, your avatar pic on my feed and on this thread are the same.
Something funny is going on.
I changed my profile pic a few minutes ago.
Marina responded here.
Umm, ya I sent feedback and a screenshot to google because at these rates that they are showing that I am earning, both my wife and I could quit our jobs and retire... No kidding, something is really wrong here
I also noticed earlier today on analytics real time, was showing something from San Fransisco blowing up my profile page, almost like someone kept opening like 50 browser windows. weird
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