I know it's not the end of the month yet, but I noticed my HP ad income is half of what it was last month. The impressions are about half. The traffic seems to be the same.
Are there less ads?
There shouldn't be, unless the mix in traffic from various countries changed significantly. The reason fill rates change by country is that there is a lot more demand for US traffic than say Nicaragua traffic. That's about the only explanation I've seen for traffic levels to stay the same, but ad impressions change. From our overall end, things look like they're functioning right.
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