Adsense (if you don’t know) is a Google product that distribute ads paid for by Adwords users across millions of websites. Google charges variable rates to the Adwords user and shares some of the revenue with Adsense distributors, based on the visitor traffic to the site. The operative TLA (three letter acronym) is Cost per thousand unique page views. More page views, more money. Typically these funds accrue in your Google account until a threshold that warrants “cutting a check”, i.e. $100. After 1.5 years, my account has reached $7.07. At that rate I’ll get a check in 2029. Or never, since I deleted the Adsense garbagio from the sidebar.