Do you think HubPages team apply the 60:40 rule to Adsense?
I have SEOQuake installed on my browser, which shows Adsense publisher ID on any webpage I visit. Of the times I have visited my own hub, or someone else's hub, mostly I have seen Hubpages' adsense ads being displayed, rather than mine or author's. I just wonder. What's your experience?
Because they are in the business of revenue and making money. And you are under contract so 60:40 !! lol
That is interesting. I thought when they took a cut it was based off the ad itself. Like if one ad on your page pays $1 - they get a portion and you get a portion. I didn't know that was how it worked.
by sandcollector5 years ago
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by William Gerace6 years ago
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