My total adsense earning from hubpage is -40 $
I earned 20 $ in last month (I participated in hub challenge , which increased pay per click rate ) .but now i get less than 0.2$ per click .Am looking for more than 35 $ per month (from 70 hubs).Any one know what happened and how to achieve that amount ?How to increase my adsense earning ?how to get more clicks?
Hey you are the expert-- you tell us.
My earnings increased during the challenge, even though that is not my main focus. It also boosted my overall number of postings-- and since I have stayed semi- active during the pat year, I think it is a natural progression.
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