Not sure if I put this in the wrong forum or if it's even an issue but here goes:
I completed the AP and got six months of boosted bonus tier. I checked yesterday because I knew that my six months was up, and it said without the AP boost my tier was level 3. Today it's saying I'm not on any tier. Why is that? I was just wondering since I've been writing at least 4 hubs a month and all that.
Thanks for the help!
EDIT: Just now understood the "average earnings per hub" thing. That's probably why....... oops.
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