I have both earnings generating from Hubpages and Google adsense. I just turned this on. Day 1 I earned 0.20 from hubpages and went to my adsense account and earned nothing. If I get 60% of my adsense earnings and 40% of hubpages ad earnings...then wouldn't it make sense that I would have atleast earned 1 cent from my adsense?
I have them both turned on, but is there something else I need to do? Like do I need to submit my individual hubs to my adsense account somewhere?
Hubpages pays you by the number of impressions, where as for Adsense people need to click on the advertisements displayed on your page. You may want to read the following link and the FAQ section that relates to earning on Hubpages http://hubpages.com/faq/#impressions
You have misunderstood the 60/40, but regardless, with 8 hubs and very few views, it would not be unusual at all to have no Adsense at all.
Thank you. And I understand I have just gotten started and don't have many articles yet. I didn't expect anything at first, so don't think I was being that way please. Just had a question! I'll read further. Thank you for the responses.
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