Do you generate revenue from the ads displayed in your questions?
It is a pretty straight forward question which may lead to a straight forward answer. I really hate the fact that it could be answered with a mere yes or no. So I will ask this: Do you think you should receive a portion of income if someone should click on an ad placed in your question?
Yes - but it's my understanding that we indeed do get revenue from those clicks and views. Check on the FAQs and blog posts in recent months to see if that's explained. We had the option a few months ago to add our Questions to our accounts (which would generate revenue), and then recently, the whole system transferred them to our accounts. So you should get revenue (slowly but surely!).
Hope this helps!
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