I'm getting clicks but my ebay earnings are $0.00. this has been going on since December 22 of last year (2012). initially the earnings had the ** sign but is no longer the case while my earnings haven't changed from the $0.00. this is happening in two of my accounts. is anyone else experiencing this? I'm worried.
Can you clarify what the problem is? If you have clicks then you are paid the number of clicks x EPC.
For example: 12 clicks and an EPC of 0.070 gives a payment of $0.84 (in this case the EPC is 7c). My EPC typically changes from around 0.040 - 0.120. Note that impressions don't impact on what you are paid.
If you have clicks but no payment then this implies your EPC must be zero. Is this the case? If it is then clearly something is wrong. Hope this helps.
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