I have about 13 active hubs and an average of 50 views per day. Unfortunately when I see my earnings in adsense have no results. Only displayed 10 hits and two clicks and no money estimated. Anyone can help me?
There are a couple reasons why HubPages and AdSense figures differ. Google stats are calculated on a calendar day, while HP stats are on a rolling 24 hour basis, therefore they should not be compared to each other at all.
Also factor in that AdSense only shows 60% of impressions since HP takes 40%. Your Hub visitors might also be running ad-blocking software, which further reduces the number of ad impressions, because ads don't show up on the page.
Now has 15 hubs, some of them highly rated, yet have only averaged about 5 clicks in total and have not won anything on the adsense. Help?
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