I am new here but I got ad-sense approved and set up but when I view my hub it's not my ad-sense (ca-pub-) number I see it's a different one. Any idea why?
Thank you for asking a good question - which it seems has been answered very well by Irohner. What I am particularly interested in is how did you find out that the ca-pub number was different to your own? *intregued*
Shaz - you right click on the page and select view source. This shows the html of the page and the adsense ID will be in there. You may have to log out first though.
You previously had Adsense approved or are you saying you signed up here, published one hub and got Adsense approved within 10 hours?
60% of the ad impressions are served under your publisher ID. 40% are served under HubPages' ID.
I am also confused about the adsense thing..
When I check my adsense account I cant see any earnings from HP?
Well, with only six hubs it's quite possible you haven't made anything. Did you add hubpages.com as a channel for tracking purposes? Has your AdSense account made any money?
my adsense account makes around $1.00 a day now (as of last month) but when I check my top content for making the $ it's only my blogs (<snipped links>)
That's all I see when I check my adsense I guess I just haven't made any $ lol
You haven't even reached 1000 views yet. And of the views you do get, 40% will show hubpages adverts.
Of the views you do have, at least a portion will be yours. Quite a few more will probably be other hubbers. Hubbers don't click adverts.
The people who click adverts are visitors from search engines such as google, yahoo and bing. However only approximately 5% of visitors will click an advert.
If you want to learn about keywords and search engine optimisation (SEO) to draw more clicking visitors from google, there are plenty of great hubs on those topics.
I think basically you need about 15 or more good hubs to earn clicks.
At the same time, it also depends on how much you backlink etc. DO you have HubPages set as URL in your google adsense?
You can track even better by putting in google analytics
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