When we ask a question do we get the cash if someone clicks on the adsense ads
When we publish a question and the google ads are displayed, if someone were to click on them links does the person who wrote the question get the cash or does Hubpages?
To the best of my knowledge, the earnings from question pages goes to HubPages, not site users.
Right click on the page and select "View Page Source". Search the page for "ca-pub-" to find the AdSense ID is attached to the ads. If it's not your ID, then the answer is No, you don't get paid.
This also works for your own hubs during the 60% of page views that display your AdSense ID versus the 40% that display HubPages' ID...
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by girly_girl098 years ago
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