Why is my Host Share Revenue showing 0%? This is showing under My Account>Access Settings in the old version of Adsense. I have everything setup and make money from other sites using Adsense. I have a four articles posted. Maybe I've just not had anyone click on an ad yet?
Sorry to be so stupid, but I have another site listed there with a share of 40%. Will they get a percentage of all my revenue? Or just revenue for money I've generated from their site?
by Levictus Marcus Saarith3 months ago
Hopefully someone from Hubpages HQ can look into this.I believe that those of us that are using a hosted account with Adsense are not getting any ad revenue on impressions from the niche sites.I base this on the fact...
by Carol M. Deal5 years ago
AdSense account not approved because it is associated with BlogSpot. I have deleted my BlogSpot account, and am trying to associate AdSense account request information with HubPages, but when I go to the AdSense...
by Heather Edgens4 years ago
I'm sure somewhere someone has already asked this, but....What happens if you don't have an Adsense account? Can you still earn from Hubpages through their ad program?I'm only asking, because the other day I was...
by Shadesbreath7 years ago
A couple days back I was following a thread (Link Here) where SunSeven was talking about a hub that was taken down because the ads "started showing Google Public Interest" ads.Nelle Hoxie made a comment...
by Alan Korn3 years ago
When I look for HubPages in my AdSense account, I see that I get 0% of all revenue generated by ads. Why would this be? I know I've configured HubPages correctly to my account.
by bankscottage5 years ago
I applied for an AdSense account before I had enough content. My account on Adsense says that it is "in review", on HubPages, it says it was "denied". A few months ago Google asked that I put...
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