When I first started at hubpges, you could be part of the hubpages program as well as adsense. Did this change at some point that I missed? I was earning between 0.50 and $2 per month on adsense, but Aug-Sep 2018 to today I've earned 3 cents.
I'm trying to figure this out, but I am not very adept at adsense, so identifying the problem is somewhat difficult.
Nope, nothing has changed. You can choose to have just Adsense and not HP Ads the same as it was years ago. Did you lose traffic?
You only have one article on a niche site. Articles on HubPages generate almost no traffic so they do not earn much. Since you have one hub on Owlcation, you are probably earning a little from Adsense. Go to the Earnings tab, look under settings and click on Google Adsense Reports to find out how much you are earning from them. I believe the threshhold for payout from Google Adsense is $100 so you will not receive anything from them until you have earned at least $100.
me neither, but I just started 2 weeks ago so maybe that'll answer.
I stopped earning anything on Adsense on 7th January when asense stopped on my niche site articles because the sites were not approved in adsense and it was not possible to get them approved so now I can only earn via HP apart from articles that are on the Hp domain itself. I know HP say they are looking into it but I don't think they are really doing enough about it as a) it only seems to affect some people b) it is only a small amount of earnings
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