We are coming up on a week now since earnings were last posted. What's up?
still the same but don't fret. This is not the first time that Hubpage had this problem.
in the end, we still get paid.
At least Hubpage did informed us.
I like the team
Uh, when is this "ad partner" suppose to correct this problem? My traffic usually explodes around may 20th every year and has according to Google analytics (2800-3000+ views/day) I'd kinda like to know what my earnings are!
If you go to your account page and click on 'earnings,' then click on the most recent listed amount of your earnings, there is a message at the top of the page telling you why our earnings aren't being calculated and reported right now. It also lets you know sort of, when you can expect an update.
I'm sure you know Mr. Hampton, that you don't tell customers what to do or ride their backside to hurry up if you want to keep their business. Earnings will be reported when they're reported. I didn't know anyone here made enough earnings for those earnings to matter in the scheme of things. Congratulations to you if in fact you do.
Au fait......LOL ! Really. In the grand scheme of things, just how profoundly can 25 cents change our outlook on life?! LOL
Well, It's usually responses like this that I get when I mention traffic views or earnings. "It's against the rules" I have nothing to prove to anyone here. If I get banned for saying that my payouts are in the hundreds, then so be it. smh
Rob, I'm truly glad for you. Hope it continues for a long, long time!
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