How come in my Google Adsense, account access, it says the hosts share of revenue is 0.0%?
If you have hubpage enabled, then it's okay. The 0 is usually for hubpages- hubpages doesn't run with a revenue sharing program so they don't get any of your income from AdSense. It has to be enabled for reporting, but any income you collect from hubpages is all yours, you don't have to share it, which is why the hubpages portion shows a zero.
Because hubpages does not share adsense revenue with hubbers. Hubpages shares the page impressions. It means on your hub you receive 60% page impressions while hubpages receives 40% page impressions.
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by Russell William Fry 3 days ago
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by sheerah 6 years ago
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by L Rosa 7 years ago
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by Paul Deeds 6 years ago
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by makemoneyonline 9 years ago
I have changed the adsense id on several accounts and it doesn't seem to reflect on the page source which always print with the hubpages adsense id instead of the new one.
by genebob 4 years ago
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