I just signed up to HubPages today and have created five articles. They are getting a small amount of traffic.
Under my Affiliate Settings link it says that AdSense is active, but so far AdSense shows 0 page impressions, even though I have over 30 hits so far on my articles.
Is this a delay from HubPages or is something wrong?
There is always a delay.
Plus, your own pageviews are included. Plus you get 60% of the page impressions, HubPages 40%, and only your share of impressions will be relevant for your AdSense reports.
Thanks. I just checked again and I have 12 page views in my Adsense account. I will chalk it up to a delay at Google.
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