I signed up for the Hubpage affiliate and Google Adsense.
OK, Im seeing revenue for pages clicked for the Hubpages.
But when i go into google adsense its Nothing? So Im wondering what I'm doing wrong? I tried to research it etc etc. So Im not sure. I have put my main hubpage and then a few of my articles to track? Or should I put them all to track? also I see impressions on the hubpages but nothing on the adsense? so Please help!!
You earn from Adsense when someone actually clicks on an ad. If you've joined the HubPages Ad program, there aren't many Adsense ads showing on your Hubs so you won't get very many clicks.
You need to link AdSense to your HubPages account if you haven't done so already. The AdSense status should show "active." There should be no need for you to track individidual hubs, as all hubs are tracked automatically.
I am active on adsense, and i signed up for the google analytics, where you can track every single page. however i am getting impressions in adsense but zero income? that doesnt make sense to me? Am I doing something wrong or is it all just tracked in hupages? I thought google adsense was different and u get paid separately? or can someone explain to me if Im doing something wrong?
AdSense is different, and you do get paid separately. However, AdSense is mostly based on clicks, not impressions. You may need lots of impressions to generate any clicks. And you really do need a lot of impressions to get paid anything for those views.
I have about a160 articles and am signed up for google and hubpages, but have noticed that I make pennies per month for adsense and a lot more for hubpages. Traffic has a lot to do with it for google does not count the hubpages traffic for payment. Only directory traffic which has to do with keywords and getting traffic from them.
I have found that when you are signed up for HubPages Ads then your adsense incline will significantly decrease - this is logical because you are no longer displaying so many adsense ads on your hubs (in fact only a few) sothe click through rate is going to be way lower. However the HP Ads is based on impressions so as long as people are reading your hubs you should earn from HP Ads.
I am seeing reports for a drop in adsense earnings from webmasters outside HubPages. I left a question poll on this if people care to respond
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