More than one Adsense account
Adsense account. I have heard that you cannot have more than one Adsense account. If I use Blogger and the Adsense account is the one used by HubPages (ca-pub XXXXXXXXX) does this not mean that HubPages gets part of my commission even though it comes from Blogger?
HubPages only recieves a percentage of ad revenue generated from ads placed on your hubs, all you need to do is add your blogger account to your adsense and put your adsense on your blogger account so that your blogger account generates it's own adsense ads.
Thank you. But my question deals with Adsense ads revenue from Blogger and if HP gets a cut from there.
Sorry maybe I didn't state that very clearly, what I mean is that HubPages is only granted a percentage of the ad revenue generated from hubs that are hosted by HubPages, See, you allow HubPages to host your content & place your adsense id on it
Any revenue sharing site that displays your Google Adsense ad code part of the time can only take a cut from the ads that appear on *that* site. If one site could take a cut of your ad impressions appearing on another site, nobody would want to use Adsense.
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