Are the earnings posted on AdSense inclusive or exclusive of the 40% taken by HubPages?
In my AdSense account, adsense.google.com, under Account Access, it lists HubPages as a "Host with Access" but in the "Host's Share of Revenue" the percentage is 0.0. Shouldn't it be 40%?
The earnings you see in Adsense are 100% yours. Hubpages displays your adsense ads 60% of the time. The same is true for amazon, ebay and kontera.
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