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Why would my ad program earnings have $0 pending for yesterday?
(when my HubPages ad program earnings have been more than $0.38 a day for the past 7 days, and never $0 or $0 pending in the past 11 months?
I don't want to sound cranky but people bring this up all the time. Sometimes the earnings are pending, it happens very regularly. They always show up, usually the next day.
Mine also hasn't updated today and says 0 pending. I'm guessing hubpages is having a glitch and it will be sorted out by tomorrow.
Teresa, I too had a big zero for yesterday. However, I am not so sure Uninvited Writer has the total scope of the problem. I have noticed since Apri 8 the bottom drop out of my own websites. Google has totally screwed up the indexing of sites and in place of sites with good content, the bulk of the sites on page on are unrelated to the search many people are looking for. I typed in a keyword phrase for a construction related term and got nothing but real estate sites in return.. I am about to switch my google adsense to the Bing network I am so pissed.. a hell of a lot of work of mine is down the tubes..
It still has the asterisk next to it which means that it isn't set in stone yet. They may have had trouble calculating the amount of revenue for some reason.
Thanks for the help - it's good to hear that others also have 0 pending - @ Uninvited writer - I was indeed nervous of asking the question fully aware that many people, especially beginners have asked the question before, and that amounts are often pending - but after searching the site a bit first I couldn't find an answer or question where somebody was asking why their pending amount was 0, when it had not ever been 0 before.
by Kudlit7 years ago
Hi. I have a notice on my HP Ad Program report page that says "Pending" and it's not reporting days after March 13th. Any ideas? Thanks!Kudlit
by Alison Graham3 weeks ago
Is there a problem with Amazon earnings? Usually there is a message reporting the reason for any delays but although ads program earnings have been reported as normal, Amazon is still pending since Monday.
by FootballNut2 years ago
I was wondering if Hubpages offer a revenue sharing HTML code that can be implemented into the hubpages members own websites.The Hubpages Ad programme seems to work better than google adsense in respect of how much can...
by Rachel Koski5 years ago
Why are my recent earnings from the ad program "pending"?I'm not terribly concerned about this, as it's just pennies (lol), but I'm just wondering why earnings from the past 4 days are pending, and if anyone...
by Holle Abee6 years ago
Is it just mine??
by Moon Daisy6 years ago
Hello,Sorry if this question has been asked a million times somewhere else, (I have looked around before posting...) but after joining the Ad Program a week ago, and happily seeing my earnings update each day (for the...
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