When I first started with adsense a few years ago I would refresh the dam page every 5 minutes to still see the same zero.
Then when I started earning a little bit I would refresh every 2 minutes. Trust me it was hell.
Now I check on the 15th and the first. Like tommorow will be checking my September earnings.
I will also go in if I am adding a link or something.
Just curious to see how much other people check their earnings.
When I first started with online marketing a few years ago, I was on several times a day checking. All of my sites are earning at a decent rate without much effort now but when I joined HP I found myself reverting back to my old habits. It took me a few months to kick it but now I check once a week.
I just finished a 2 week break from HP and today was the first time I checked. Adsense earnings from HP are up a bit and so is the traffic.
Joint highest ever day for me today though.... and are still 9 hours of this day left.
So for the last hour, about once every 5 minutes, just to see if this becomes my record day. I only need a 1 or 2 cent click for this to be my best adsense day so far
Once a week, I used to get caught up and obssess about stats and one day just thought, I'm wasting time here doing this every 5 minutes, so I check adsense and in fact all of my affiliate stats on the same afternoon(Sunday afternoon to be precise!)
I don't think you need to check all the time, I prefer to keep it as long as possible so that way you get to see bigger results
Great discipline...I have the same problem.
So far I'm getting regular paychecks but it's a fraction of what a real middle class person makes.
Lots of hype in the digital realm.
I have a goal to check only once a year and to put my payout at 12 months.
Along with my forex and this should put me just below the poverty line.
Now I have to be real and consider that Obama won't pull the plug on the Inet, that the world won't decide to peg all currencies, that hupgages won't fold over and leave me wondering why I spent another year of my life working for nothing,....you get the point.
Why does God not intervene in the minds of people and have them all go to my hubs and click me to a million.....
Wait I'm turning this into a religious thread....
I check at least every day. I'm still excited to see that I'm making at least a few cents a day.
Wasn't a click, it was a paid impression (I have a hub which seems pay on every single impression!)
My highest adsense day..... it is only actually about $5, but it was $3.50 yesterday....
Basically, I am earning at enough to exceed monthly payout. So I am happy with that.
I check my adsense about 2 times a day, ones in the morning, and one time, around 8 o'clock in the evening.
Still haven't had a $1 day, but my monthly revenue is increasing, so i'm happy.
Want to click my ads?????????
In Canada miners make no less than 60k annually. Rn's make more. I have seen my forefathers labor through 5 generations of mining and I have come shiat close to having a RN degree but was kicked in the shin for not being good enough....
1 dollar a day pales to my 6....
get a life.
Still every day but after intense therapy I hope to get that down a bit.
I shamefully admit that I check mine 3-5 times a day still. The last couple of days I've had some of my highest daily earnings (just under $3) and am less than $25 away from my first payout!
My goal is to make at least the payout amount per month (if not much, much more), but it's too soon .... need to keep writing!
I was wondering what time is the Google Adsense Time , I mean Im on Eastern Time, what time zone are they on , does anyone know??
Im pretty sure they are PST, they are in mountainview, ca.
I check my stats at all times, I have a tiny meter in my firefox browser window that updates every 15 minutes,
its called the whydowork.com adsense monitor
Too often lol. Its like reading the reports from the track to see if your bid won. Or its like reading the public transport train schedule on those small monitors, with a feeling you need to run all the way from track 3 to track 14 in 3 minutes or be stuck there till morning!
I go into adsence alot - still trying to figure the damned stuff out - but if I wasn't doing that I wouldn't check often cause it can get quite boring when your just startin out
I gotta say if that is a real pic or you in your avatar then you sure are perty...
Awww... thanks , its a real one - my daughter took it and changed it to black and white ...and posted it up here - she loves to mess with my pics... teek em out - sometimes she really makes me look stupid.. I just let her do it what-ever....she's havin fun ...glad you like it , thanks
heres an example:
the numbers on the right are the same stats you would see in your adsense page normally, i obscured some data, to stick within the guidelines, and those stats certainly arent only from hubpages.
In case your interested those other icons are seo tools, keyword spy, seo for firefox and Rank checker
the little bug is firebug which is used for web design, you can deconstruct any webpage with it
I love Firefox ,used to have it my other computer. That is so cool sunforged ,that lil stats thingy -woohooo
i check at least 10 times a day. i dont earn much...somedays are zero, some are up to 50 cents.
When I log in to Hubpages, I check my Adsense afterwards. I guess it became a routine lol
I check about twice a day as I am getting nearer to the $100. My first full month with AdSense ended today and I hit $70 which went way over my estimate that I wanted. It has given me more incentive to work harder.
note to users of the whydowork plugin - there's an update for it in the sandbox. Google has made some login tweaks so we had to change it slightly. You can grab the new version here: http://tinyurl.com/wdw-adsense-1-2
by aniketgore 9 years ago
I do check daily but thinking to reduce it to 2 days. What about you?
by Pamela Lipscomb 7 years ago
How often do your check your Adsense Earnings daily?I watch mine like the stock market. I think I am a little obsessive about it. LOL!
by ngureco 7 years ago
How Often Should One Check The Adsense Earnings? Can One Get Banned For Checking Every Hour?Can they think that if one log in the account obsessively, such a person might be up to something and refuse you earnings for all that period?
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
Is google adsense only paying for clicks and not impressions? My adsense earnings have almost gone down to nothing. Has anyone else experienced this?
by Shadesbreath 6 years ago
So, since Panda (or since the HP ads thing came out and I signed up for it... I can't really tell which given I'm mainly too lazy to look very hard into it)... my earnings have all transferred to HP ads and only a trickle of Adsense.Do HP ads populate INSTEAD of adsense, but not totally (since I am...
by Natalie Frank 5 days ago
Do people actually receive Adsense payouts? In a year an a half, I've earned a sum total of $16 and change. At the rate I'm going I have over 9 years until my first adsense payout! 0:
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