My traffic has dropped massively the last few days and I have had NO clicks at all for 4 days. I'm not a big fish in the google sea (yet) but big enough to notice things seem to be, well, not right I guess....anyone else seeing this or is it just me?
Same here , oh I thought it was just me!! Ive had clicks but greatly reduced and no revenue at all since Friday ,hmmm...
Things are pretty normal for me. Traffic, clicks, and click values are all pretty consistent.
maybe I have angered the "Google-Gods" somehow - erk!
One thing I did was disable a site called weebly.com which was under my account as 'host sites'.Since Id never signed up with them ,was alarmed to see 50% under hosts revenue. I think blogger ( which is goggle) use that site too ,so I might have shot myself in the foot there too,but either way ,I just cant figure it.
If it dont look any different by Monday,maybe I will try n figure it some more, just dont have the head space right now,lol.
We need Mrs Marple
Things are pretty normal for me. The value of the last few clicks has been low, but then not everything pays well, and a chronic clicker will earn you less than an occasional clicker.
Mine's maybe gone down a little. I checked a couple of days ago and in 7 days I'd earned over $11, today I checked and in 7 days I'd earned just over $9.
Hey thats still good going! I've gone from just over $6 in the previous 7 days to $0 in the last 4....oh well, patience is a virtue and all that - guess I better dig mine out from the back of the closet :-)
I think you did the right thing Eaglekiwi in disabling weebly.com. I use blogger and don't have any such notation in my adsense acount. (And I do get adsense $$$ from my blogger blogs.) I did check after you posted about the issue.
by lady rain 6 years ago
Clicks comes in when I least expect them to. The only way to find out if I have earned anything is to keep checking my google adsense account.
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by girly_girl09 9 years ago
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