As I discovered an error on one of my articles, I decided to delete it to re-write it, during the process of copying I clicked on an add in the screen unintentionally. Now all of my earnings for the month disappeared.
Does this mean I have been removed from the program and have to start another profile?
Its not just because we have changed from January to February is it?
My earnings for February haven't been posted yet - so check on earnings report to see if January's figure is there for last month
Yes, it is because it's the first day of Feb.
If you check your earnings for last month, I'm sure they're still there. Accidentally clicking on an ad won't remove your earnings.
The earnings are not there... it only shows .21 cents for the month of December. I tried to load January and it shows zero.
A wee bit of a panic attack here.
My month is not up until the 4th.
Now if you do accidentally click an ad and they remove the income for that month, are you allowed to be in the program the next month? If this is the case, then that is fine as accidents happen.. (it just happened to me).
This is February 1st and no income figures have been posted for February so everyone's account shows zero right now.
Tomorrow, earnings will be posted for February 1st and your earnings will show.
If you accidentally click on your own ad, report it to AdSense immediately. If you lose you AdSense account, it is forever.
OMG... what a panic attack... I fond this thread and they stated on it they know mistakes happen... but I still feel panicked. https://support.google.com/adsense/answ … 4?hl=en#q1
Go to your 'My Earnings' page and click on Earnings Reports from the top menu.
Then, choose the options for 'All Programs' and 'All Time.' This will give you your entire earnings from the day you started on HP and will show you what you made yesterday.
If you have Windows look on the upper left of your 'Bookmarks bar' where you will see a curved arrow. This is your "Refresh" button, click on this.
It is all there.. I am so thankful! I feel terrible that I hit the ad by accident, but clicking over screens on a Laptop using a mousing pad creates err'.
Thank-you everyone who answered my little panic attack!
Around the first of every month, my earnings for the previous month temporarily disappear. Then 4 or 5 days later, they show back up. Your clicking on the ad must have been just a coincidence in timing.
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