How do I learn my HUB on GG is clicked, how much money obtained. gg account does not show from the HUB on the GG Click here to receive benefits
I can take a guess at what you mean, though it's still not very clear.
You'll know an Adsense Ad has been clicked by it showing in your Adsense Account in the Clicks column.
Your Adsense Publisher ID is shown 60% of the time.
Don't ever click, or ask anyone else to click on your ads.
Maya15 don't be surprised if there's not very much money in there (or none yet), it builds up slowly at first and it takes a while. You will make money over time. And I agree with DS - NEVER click on your own ads or allow your friends and family to do it. It is illegal to Google.
by Justin Aptaker 6 years ago
I just accidentally clicked on an ad in my own hub! Will Google Adsense ban me for one click?!I'm a little bit freaked out right now. I accidentally clicked on an adsense link in my own hub. Would Google ban me for that one mistake? Have other Hubbers done this by accident and their accounts been...
by Falsor Wing 8 years ago
I feel bound by my pride as a writer not to click it but it looks more tempting every time I scroll by to check my polls
by Emily Tack 4 years ago
I know we are not supposed to ever click on links in our own hubs, or other people's hubs, either. At least that is my understanding. While I was putting a new photo up on one of my hubs, my finger slipped on the mouse, and off I went to the Amazon product I was linking to. Do I need to send an...
by borge_009 8 years ago
What would I do? I accidentally clicked one of the ads when I was editing something. I did not clicked in intentionally.
by path-finder 5 years ago
Hi all. I have set up Amazon Affiliate program on hubpages and featured Amazon products on a number of my hubs. Looking at it after a while, the link-type report in the Amazon account shows that no one has clicked on the products so far. I wanted to know whether this actually works, so I clicked on...
by SPomposello 7 years ago
I was reading that Google will know if you clicked one of your ads from a different computer with a different IP address. For example, you go to work and go to one of your articles on your work computer and click an ad. It's the same as going to an internet cafe and doing it there, basically. I...
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