I have 2 questions.
1 ) I noticed that these past 6 days , I had received some visitors to my articles but when I checked my earnings, there was no change to them.
2) I also noticed the table showing the number of clicks showed only 0.01 with a *. What does it mean? And isn't this figure supposed to be added to the previous years total.
I feel confused and have no idea what to make of it.
I have had to contact the team for almost 3 weeks... I received an email from Google today saying the e as code is not in patients lounge and so therefore I cannot have any earnings until it is done. I'm so flustered because I have had no earnings in 3 weeks
I hope your problem gets a solution soon enough.
1) Just double-checking, but you're already a member of one of the earnings programs, correct? My earnings have come in normally for the past week; how much traffic are we talking? If it's only a few people, that might not amount to much (500-ish readers equals about a dollar). It could also have been a simple delay, although I've never seen earnings backlogged for six entire days.
Additionally, if I'm not mistaken, our view counts tally our visits to our own articles, including edits, which won't earn despite technically being a "view".
2) My clicks are listed normally; I believe an asterisk means the value hasn't yet been determined (and just needs some time).
Thanks for the reply...
Yeah..i am a member of ad program.
Ok..i didnt know that our view gets tallied with this...anyways lesson learned.
another question : these past 6-8 days I received around 25-30 visitors...so even if it is a small amount shouidn't it be shown on the table.....
even after all these visitations, it is still showing 0.00 all the days.
I am still trying to understand this system...
i checked my article visitations again ...and whoa...and it showed another increase with 25 visitations more...I checked my earnings again...and there is a 0.00 with a *.....(scratching my head).....now what does that mean??.....
Does the total of your impressions even generate enough for 1 cent? (You are paid by impressions, not page views.)
The asterisk simply means that earnings aren't finalized yet. We all get it. Once it's gone, you can be sure those earnings are logged.
You need a lot more daily traffic to show any decent earnings. Otherwise you are only going to see an occasional cent or two.
You only have nine hubs. Aim for a lot more featured, search-friendly articles and your earnings will increase accordingly.
Are you talking 25 visits over the course of a week or every day? If it's every day you might see a few cents a day. It it's over the course of a week you probably don't have enough to generate even a penny a day so won't see any earnings until you get your views up, especially if none of them are on niche sites.
Oh..that's sad. .I know how you feel..i wish they would let us know what is to be done..
Try getting your hubs onto the niche sites, where they have a much better shot at acquiring traffic.
Well this is the response that I received from Matt today... He also emailed me the same response over a week ago. However, I do earn more from AdSense and I am losing Revenue
The patientslounge problem has been raised by many of us, to no response. Do we need to unpublish to get their attention?
I'd sure like to know all who is having the same problem. Did you get the same message I did from Google? They even emailed me saying ads aren't approved because of this.. all was fine before they moved them to patientslounge.
I didn't receive anything from google so far.
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