Despite getting views similar to those I got on September second and September fourth, my dashboard shows I made zero dollars on September third. Amazon sales for the day are normal (great, actually), but there's no dollar amount for the ad program.
Are there days when the CPM is zero?
I've gotten that too. A while ago, I had a day when I made nothing. Then when I checked hours later, it was updated with a dollar/cent amount. I believe it was like a bit more than ten cents. So maybe it'll be updated later on this holiday weekend with the right amount.
I got zero earnings on that day, too. I just didn't bother much about it. Now, this thread had got me thinking what happened or was it really the dryest day.
This has happened a few times in the past. I always decided to wait a few days before poking HP with a stick; so far, said stick has never been needed.
Everything looks normal though this did happen once in the past and don't think it was every resolved in spite of a couple of us asking a few times about it.
It's pretty normal, happens all the time. It'll eventually update and catch up.
I also noticed zero for that day when I checked yesterday. But I figured it was just a delay with updating the database, and that it would resolve itself. It did. Today it's showing what I would expect.
Yup it looks like whatever glitch there was is now fixed. I'm actually impressed how much faster errors are getting fixed from the stats to the earnings.
It all looks peachy today. HP's earnings dashboard has been so bug-free for me that it took me by surprise.
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