What is your opinion of your current CPM performance?
[Do not mention specific numbers. That is a TOS no-no.]
Relative CPM performance currently unknown; am on straight AdSense.
My CPM has gone up during the last week-- highest ever for me. Views are up some, too (so, of course, are earnings). I've stayed with HP since they started it-- partly because I get quite a bit from Amazon, and that always seemed higher with HP.
Really good. Yielding some of the highest earnings ever on a consistent basis. Hope it holds but as sallybea said, may be seasonal. So it should hold at least until January.
OK, I'm convinced. I've switched back to the HP Ads Program. Stay tuned for tomorrow's rant or rave.
We don’t have a rule against discussing earnings for the HP Ad program. It’s fine.
However, for straight Adsense, Google says this. You agree not to disclose Google Confidential Information without our prior written consent. "Google Confidential Information" includes: (a) all Google software, technology and documentation relating to the Services; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to Property performance as pertaining to the Services; (c)
I’d be surprised if folks are doing better on straight Adsense since HP Ads has greatly improved.
The fact you made this post worries me. Are we ok as to saying we are doing worse/same/better as compared to our previous experiences with AdSense, as long as we don't mention numbers?
Maybe better kill my AdSense op comment regarding RPM functionality?
If there is any risk involved whatsoever, I'd just as soon you killed the entire Google AdSense Status thread altogether.
Was there a reason why impressions on AdSense plummeted today, are the niche sites blacklisted again?
I am not doing any better on straight Adsense. The problem started yesterday, Paul.
I never look at it. Although in the past few days Google re-indexed, as I mentioned in the news section. It's possible that that is the reason for any drops or gains.
No. It is not. If you look at your adsense views for yesterday and today, they basically are blank...so this tells me that for some reason views have suddenly stopped registering on Adsense. No doubt some sort of computer glitch This was somewhat verified by Kristy on another post.
Feeling both physically and mentally out of sorts today. Don't know why; no discernible reason.
High Noon (HP time), yet still no earnings results for yesterday. The plot thickens.
Beginning to wonder if AdSense finally dragged down the HP Ad Program as well.
This isn’t related to HP ads. HP Ads has several partners now which makes it prone to reporting delays. It may take till Monday to get the data in, but we will get it.
Glad to hear it. The way coding is intertwined, I was wondering if maybe AdSense was telling HP to divide by zero or something.
Looks to me that paradigmsearch and HubPages are once again BFF. I'm definitely staying with the HP Ad Program for the foreseeable future.
It also looks to me that HP should patent and lease that sucker.
And a sincere thank you to those who obviously put in a long work weekend.
Sunday earnings are now out as well. Going to be an interesting week on both sides of the fence. Traffic also showing decent potential. I am inspired to write a hub; if only I could come up with a society-contributing topic that Google won't ignore.
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