Last month towards the end of the month, my earnings balance for that month was over $16. When I received payment for that month is was a little over $3. What happened?
I'm not sure I understand your question, but the difference may have to do with payments from Amazon. The cycle is different on those. You can check your balance history
https://hubpages.com/my/profile/securit … %20History
but it doesn't include last month's Amazon payment.
I was getting between .65 cents to .95 cents per day and ever since HP did some work on their system I am only making .13 cents to .20 cents per day and my views dropped horrible to around 37 per day.
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