Why am I only get 40% of all my page views counted towards the ad program instead of the normal 66%?
I've noticed that the number of ad impressions I have is roughly 40% of my total page views. I know hubpages is supposed to take 33% of the traffic, but why are they taking ~60% suddenly? In the past it was not this way, I have been inactive for a few months and came back and am now seeing that I'm almost getting half of what I'm supposed to get.
Hubpages takes 40% of traffic.
Out of your 60%, it's random which adverts get shown at what time. Also, things like ad blockers make less impressions for you.
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