How come my adsense account balance went to zero today?
Yesterday, I only had three hubs posted and had a balance of 39 cents showing. All day today, my adsense account has shown a balance of zero even though I've posted six more hubs. It's only 39 cents but where did it go? I want to be sure that when I have enough hubs published to make money that this won't happen again. Any advice?
This means that you have got no clicks today. Don't worry, your 39 cents is there itself. change the option to "all time earnings" to see that.
To make it more clear, there is no direct connection in the number of hubs you have to your earnings. There are people who earn with only a dozen of hubs. So, it depends on the topic we choose to write about.
There is no relation between your hubs and Adsense earning means for every hub you publishing Google adsense will not pay for this. Adsense only pays when your hub viewer click on displayed google ads in your hub page (valid click only).
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