Yesterday's performance is my lowest impression/earning ever since I started on HubPages, additionally I have zero clicks on Amazon, but have an item ordered. Something odd is going on, could it be due to the new layout? I hope it's just a glitch or a delay, anyone else experiencing weird stats?
From the information you provided, nothing seems out of the ordinary.
You receive earnings for sales made during your 60% of the impressions, so it is possible that the sale was made outside of your impressions.
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