Does frequent checking of Adsense account lowers your Adsense earnings?
When I log in to the account once a day my earnings are usually far more per day than when I log in to the adsense account once every 15 minutes.
How often you check you adsense account should have no bearing on how much adsense earns you.
You earn money through adsense when someone clicks on an ad, so the two activities are unrelated.
I've found that I make different amounts on adsense purely because it earns money from clicks. These click values change in value all the time and so do the number of people clicking my ads. Sometimes I have a great day where lots of people click and other days can suck.
I don't think that looking at your Adsense account will affect your earnings. As for me, how many times I go to Adsense doesn't affect anything.
You may be noticing a pattern that will not continue. I would continue watching that correlation - really, all you need is one day of frequent clicking and higher earnings and you have shown it doesn't matter.
No. there is no connection between the amount of times you check it and your earnings.
I usually checks my Adsense account around 15 times a day and have been doing this for the last 5 years.So far I have not face any issues..
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