Is it normal for earnings to fluctuate day to day?
If I earned $1 one day and only $0.10 the next, can I expect my earnings to go back up or was it a one day thing?
It is absolutely normal for earnings to fluctuate. Especially with how new you are to the site. The more hubs you write the more even your earnings will be, likely increasing with each new hub.
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