I know that when you sign up or link your Google Adsense accounts, you can receive profits from your hubs. But what about ads that show up when someone view your profile, like the ad above your "hubtivity" and the ads when people click on the "more" link to view all of your hubs. Do you get credit if someone clicks on those as well, since they are "attached" to your account, but not in your hubs?
Yes, we do share impressions on those pages. We're not planning to change that, but in interest of full disclosure our terms of service only require us to share impressions on hubs (both the old TOS and the updated TOS that takes effect on November 19th).
Good to know.
Thank you for asking a question I didn't think of.
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