How Hubpages share hubbers' adsense revenue?
as we know hubpages keep 40% and hubbers get 60% of total revenue. I don't understand what are the basis to divide this revenue? Is it time or part of earnings?
HubPages has its own revenue sharing plan, which is not the same thing as Adsense. Adsense is a Google product and I have no idea if HubPages gets any of that. I will be interested in hearing what others have to say about it.
Hubbers have their set of revenue ads and so does hubpages. On your article page, your ads are showed 60% of the time while hubpages ads are shown 40% of the time! They earn revenue when someone clicks their ads just like we earn from our ads.
Hope this helps!
@ shafmasta , could you explain it in details"your ads are showed 60% of the time while hubpages ads are shown 40% of the time!" What does mean by 60% and 40% of the time? I don't understand it clearly.
HubPages does not share revenue, it only shares impressions. If you get 100 visits, 60 visits contain your ads and other 40 visits contain HubPages' ads.
This means, all revenues from AdSense/eBay/HP ads/Amazon during those 60 visits are yours and all in those 40 visits are for HubPages.
If you see your Google Analytics report and compare it with AdSense URL Channel reports, you will find:
(AdSense impressions) divided by (Google Analytics impressions) is nearly equal or more than 0.6.
I said nearly equal or more. This is because you may have some referrals on which your ads are also shown. Also there's no perfection in the 60% impressions rule as HubPages cannot guarantee you traffic. It is just an approximate measure, but your ads are shown at least 60 percent of the times.
by lboogy7 10 years ago
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by Mary Tinkler 10 years ago
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by Haunty 8 years ago
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