Although I only have minimum traffic from just a handful of hubs, I have been making something every single day, never did I have one day with income as zero.
Now things have never changed, I am still getting around 40 views everyday, with most of them come from one particular hub, that also stays the same. But why I began to see $0 for the past couple of days?
Something absolutely went wrong!
Has anyone had the same experience lately?
Easy, Snake, nothings wrong.
If you look at the earnings, there is a *pending* notification for the last 2 days. Most likely, information has not been received from HP and therefore cannot be reported to you. It will be corrected in a day or two, most likely - certainly by the end of the month.
Thanks, wilderness, for the comfort. I do hope it is the case as you stated, if you have seen the same situation in your case (pending $$ as 0), only to see the numbers appeared later.
From time to time, HubPages earnings calculation software stops working and there are no reports regarding earnings to anyone. That is happening right now. Also, the Hub stats counter has been down for nearly a day now, although that operates separate from HP Ad earnings. If you go to Google Analytics for your account, you will see what your traffic has been for the past few days.
The earnings have not been finalized or received yet. That is why you are seeing zero. As long as you see some daily traffic to your hubs you will always see some daily earnings even if only a few pennies.
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