Score drops; earnings up
I find it interesting that my user scire has dropped but my earnings have increased. Why do you think this would be?
Because there is no correlation between scores and earnings - Google doesn't see the numbers, it just sees your content.
I seemed that if my writing was getting better my score would be getting better not going down. I knew there wasn't a correlation between the two - just seemed odd to me.
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