I have over 1,000 page views and only 1 click. Anyone else seeing this. I turned on Hubpage ads. Could this be the problem?
It is almost certainly the result of turning on HPads.
When you do that the number of ads reporting to your adsense account decreases drastically (to only 1, I believe). You will get almost no clicks.
Most hubbers are finding that it is advantageous to use HPads, however, as the total income per 1000 views rises. Give it a week or a month; add up the total income and total views before and after the switch, calculate your own CPM for those equal length periods and see what has happened.
Ok, I thought so. I am making a good amount with HP Ads now so I think I am going to leave it on for a bit this time.
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