I'm just wondering how Hubpages gets it's share of Adsense revenue from a registered user. When signing up you have to grant them access to your Adsense account, but do they imbed their own id code on 40% of my hubs or is it just random or ????
The reason I ask is because I've started a blog page and have linked it to my Adsense account and want to make sure that 40% of any (likely non-existent) earnings from that site aren't going to Hubpages.
Your blog is fine, you only allowed hubpages access for use on their own domain, it has no relation to how you use your account outside of the hubpages domain
and yes they serve your id 60% of the time on the spaces they own..it is random, but it works out to 60%
The FAQ addresses this question,
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