I'm aware that there was a glitch day a few weeks ago where people were reporting 100x the normal rate of income for a 24 hour period.
However, this week, I'm experiencing much larger increases than normal and it's been going on for a week, similar to what I earned before the Hubpages Ad Program - is this a glitch or has there been some type of change to the way Adsense and Ad program ads are displayed?
Alas, mine have been and continue to be terrible. You are loved. I am not.
I have the same problem as Barbara, adsense ad impressions from HP are just 24 for yesterday, made me wonder what happened. My traffic was regular.
Maybe its your reward for 5 years on hp, WryLilt. Perhaps you'll never have to suffer another slide as some kind of long service bonus.
My stats have been weird ... but nothing like you are reporting.
One thing I have noticed in the past few weeks is an uncomfortable lack of amazon sales. I can't blame the time of year. Nobody else has commented on their amazon stats through hp. Are yours chugging along as normal? (Of course you can say 'No comment' if you like!)
My Amazon sales on HP are nearly non-existent.
However, through my largest website, I get 1-10 sales per day. I may have to rewrite my "How to get Amazon sales" hub. I've found a lot better ways
Or you could change the title of your current hub to 'How I used to get Amazon sales!' lol.
Hahaha yeah. LOL! I think that the old hub is still relevant, but I personally see it as harder work (and less Google friendly) to write "product hubs" when I can make sales from "information hubs".
I do not have a "Big Increases in Adsense Earnings" problem.
I hope you will see the increase in PayPal, WryLilt.
Well they've dropped back to normal rates. My totals are at double my normal monthly amount, so fingers crossed it doesn't disappear in review. Strange!
Thanks for all your "tips" hubs. Now to just wrap my head around your methods and get going.
Wrylit, are you in the HP Amazon program?
Do you mean where the earnings are paid via Paypal with the higher rates? Yes.
Did your sales fall off after joining this program?
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