I have been experiencing some problems with adsense and hubpages.
I am getting quite a few clicks and alwys 0.00$.... Whats up with that?
When you set up AdSense, did you use the "Allowed Sites" feature? If so, did you remember to add hubpages.com?
The only other guess I have is that Google considered the clicks invalid. If that's the case, you would see impressions and clicks but no earnings.
I have had money roll in for months now. But lately all the clicks are 0.00$. Weird.
It is not a problem.
Example: the other day I had 7 clicks and made only 5 cents from one hub.
That would be equal to or less than 1 cent per click. It happens from time to time.
As for having money "roll" in for months now? You've been here 3 months and not likely you've had money "roll" in at all. However, I'm not here to argue about it, but to make my point.
What kind of traffic do you have?
Getting 0 value for 5 clicks is unusual, especially since most of your Hubs seem fairly decently targetted. I haven't read more than the titles, but it suggests that there might have been invalid clicks on your account, or public service ads displayed.
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