Hubpages earning question?
I published some articles and got 5 ad clicks. However, I only made 3 cents. Shouldn't I be making more? I made it on the Hubpages ad program; I haven't made anything with Adsense.
My guess is you are confusing clicks for impressions maybe? The other option is you got invalid clicks, either they clicked and closed it right away, or you clicked on your own ads.
clicks can range from pay from less than a penny all the way up to fifteen dollars or more. It all depends on what you write about, what ads are put on your hub, and what ads are being clicked on.
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