Can someone clarify if the revenue from ALL individual adsense blocks on the page are shared, or whether one block is dedicated to HP and the two others to the author. How is the income from a page distributed?
All are yours when it's your time and all are Hubpages when it's their time.
Janderson99, if you start reading the FAQ at the link below it will explain a lot,
Thanks for that, but the information is unclear.
After you’ve joined the affiliate programs from eBay, Amazon, Kontera, and Google, ads for these companies appear on your Hubs. Any revenue generated during one of your impressions (a click-through with Google, an actual purchase with Amazon or eBay) is 100% yours.
implies that there are 'your impressions' which you get 100% return from and HP impressions - Is this spit made based on time or based on the layout??
HubPages splits the impressions with you in the following way:
1. Your own Hubs: Hubbers receive 60% of total impressions.
Refreshing the page and looking at the page source will tell you what you want to know. I know plenty of hubbers that have done this and have found the impression sharing on HP completely above board, (unlike shetoldme where the 100% revenue offered is only on one ad unit).
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