one of my hubs I published recently and is getting a great amount of traffic compared to my other hubs, the problem is there is no earnings, when I checked the my hub source code I found that my adsence Id is not published. any help is welcomed.
can't help much but here is the team who have the best answer http://hubpages.com/contact_us/
Check affiliate settings in your control panel to see whether your Adsense affiliate ID has been properly inserted. Status should show "active."
Remember that you get 60% of the page impressions, HubPages gets 40%. Your Adsense ID will only show on your share of the impressions.
My affiliate settings is fine. I do see now my Affiliate adsence Id only after I releoad My hub 2 times. wich means that it's less than 60% my ads are shown, beside It's not shown In the first pageview but only after reloading my hub.
just I'm just not sure is this normal or not.
thanx by the way for your help.
Thanx "Website Examiner" For your feedback and "saleheensblog" too. Im New at hubpages and Im still figuring out how It works.
I will Update soon how Im doing with my hubs.
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