Hi everyone. I'm trying to figure out if my google adsense is correct or working right. I'm sorry to bother here but I don't really understand how it works. My numbers seem to be the same everyday as far as page views and all between mobile content and all. Now I have followed some of the help here with adding better keywords and all but am I missing something. Do I have to publish more hubs before I see any activity in Google Adsense. Currently I have 14 hubs so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Thanks everyone and have a nice day.
If your pub-ID is linked here: https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/
Your adverts will show for 60% of impressions. All you can do now is write and wait.
Most people don't make more than $5 in their first six months using Adsense.
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