I know that hubpages give 60% of my impressions to me.
I just want to know do hubpages do it. Is is purely random? Or based on time?
Are you sure? I ask because recently my adsense was temporarily suspended (because my pin number was 5,000 miles away in my home!) For about a month, on my non-hubpages sites, the adsense ads were replaced by Public Service Ads (disaster appeals, etc). But on hubpages what happened was that for some of the time, there were no ads (presumably my time) but for the rest of the time (presumably HP's time) the ads appeared. Checking my adsense, the missing month is exactly that - missing. So, to me, that looks like it is time-based on HP. Maybe Paul D will enlighten us?
I asked the question because it shows large variation in earnings and clicks over changing time periods
Time-based, I think it is not. I remember somewhere in forums Pauldeeds said that the adsense id is rotated in random basis. Let us see, I'm also waiting to know from him again
The share (yours or ours) is chosen at random each time a hub is viewed.
It sounds fair to me. I have always been happy with the earnings.
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by StormsHalted 5 years ago
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by HELLA 7 years ago
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