In Adsense why are my verified click earnings for June to August not included in my Unpaid Earnings?
Has anyone else noticed that, in google adsense, their verified clicks (that have been verified as completed) are not included in their Total Unpaid Earnings on their google adsense account? I have found my clicks from June to August are not included. This is for a total of only 56c. Does that make a difference? I have checked with the relevant google forum, who tell me they should be shown.
You won't yet see finalised August income, as it's still August - there's just an estimate of August earnings on your default page. But your finalised earnings for June and July are fixed now. There's nothing Google can do if it just happens that you're seeing very low earnings recently
I also find it strange that I didn't earn a single cent in July. It never happened before. Adsense didn't not register as many impressions as HubAd, for whatever reason.
Update to my question:
In Adsense why are my verified click earnings for June to August not included in my Unpaid Earnings.
I was talking about verified earnings. Apparently there is also a stage called validated earnings, which it seems is what really counts, and that happens after month-end.
Thanks to everyone for answering my newbie question.
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