We have no personal feelings regarding your use of the various earnings options we provide. You may switch as much as you like. Or, at least, as often as is physically possible.
Christy, thanks! I remember when the HP Ad program first started, we were asked not to excessively switch back and forth. My guess was because a manual action by HP Staff was also additionally required at the time. If so, I'm guessing it's been fully automated by now. Happy camper here.
I asked the question because I'm contemplating some ideas...
Scenario #1. Start the month with HP Ads. When hit payout, peruse current CPM levels and decide whether to scamper over to straight AdSense for the rest of the month.
Scenario #2. Start the month with straight AdSense. As long as the clicks keep rolling in, stay. If the clicks start drying up, then HP Ads is the name of the game.
Scenario #3. Researching various trends and jumping back and forth accordingly.
As far as I am aware, this is no longer an issue, but I will double check with the Team to be 100% sure. Best of luck with your experiment!
If I tried this, I have a feeling that what would happen would be what happens with the lines at the grocery store. One line is moving faster so I move into that line. The person in front of me has some issue, and soon it is my former line that is going faster. And so on.
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