My AdSense and Ad Program are active on my hubpages.com earning profile. But from current month (November), My Ad program earning is stopped.
Please suggest, how to resolve and restart?
Thanks in Advance!
I think this is the case for everyone. I suggest waiting a few more days and the problem will most likely be resolved.
If you want to ask the HP staff about it, you can send a message to email@example.com
I am not sure they will answer, however.
We've been covering this issue in this thread http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/133837 for the last day and a half
First somebody suggested this is normal
Then we got paid
Then the money disappeared
Then more people started to ask queestions
Then more people started more threads asking the same question
One of our ad partners had a delay in sending us data after October came to a close. As of right now, earnings from Nov 1 - Nov 3 are in and certified. Typically, when earnings are delayed, it is the result of an ad partner delay like this. This is fairly normal after the weekend or close of a month. We are able to report on the earnings as soon as we receive data from all of our ad partners.
Thanks Everyone for your reply!
Now all related details are updated.
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