I was doing great up until the last day of March. April has been disappointing in terms of earnings, even when the traffic has somewhat recovered. Is anyone else going through the same dry spell?
I think that it depends on what niche you write in. I write gardening hubs and since the gardening season has begun, my earnings have risen considerably both last month and even more this month. If past performance is any indication of the future, my earnings will peak in May and then drift downwards through the summer and into the fall.
Earnings are usually low the first few days of a new quarter.
Yesterday (Saturday) wasn't too bad. Almost back to March levels. Usually it takes between a few weeks and a month for CPM to recover once a new quarter starts.
Yes, but it will be back, par for the course; it's the way the ball bounces and the cookies crumble. No worries.
Yes. But, it didn't last long. Overall, I am happy with the trends.
The drama. The intrigue. What will it show tomorrow about today? The decisions that must be made for May?
I wish Google or Maven would announce some sort of major advertising contract or blitz. That would make it easy. But nothing has ever been easy before, so why should it start now?
Meanwhile, I've noticed increased activity with AdSense the last couple days.
Well, sports fans. I've made my choice.
The HP Ad Program is kind of like the bond market: steady, reliable, predictable, seldom any heart attack inducing surprises.
AdSense is kind of like a typical NASDAQ day: erratic, no-holds-barred, unpredictable, both heart attack and euphoria inducing for any given day or at any given moment.
by Tessa Schlesinger 9 months ago
These last few months I've noticed both an increase in traffic and earnings.Anyone else notice the same thing?
by Atell Rohlandt 9 years ago
Has anyone experienced a real drop in traffic and revenue in the last two days or so?Since I've started writing again the traffic to my hubs was climbing steadily. The last day or two my earnings got halved and then halved again today. I'm down from 800+ views a day to somewhere around 300. I...
by David 470 10 years ago
Will earnings/traffic be better or worse on X-mas eve and day? (In general)While I was here on HP last year, I was not recieving the same amount of traffic - this year I have more data to compare...
by Andrew Spacey 7 weeks ago
Am I reading the stats correctly? Have I missed something? Over night CPM has virtually halved, impressions doubled and earnings slightly raised! Is this a glitch or a fundamental shift in management?
by Teresa Schultz 8 years ago
Anyone else seeing double earnings this month compared to last month?Halfway through this month I've made $3-something, compared to $3-something for the whole of last month - with the HubPages Ad Program. Although I'm not complaining of course, I do find it a little odd when so far this month I've...
by Aya Katz 11 years ago
And today it's $16.68. How did that happen?I made payout recently, and I got the check last week. I was thinking I might make payout again this month, with a forty-one dollar total. But now it's clear I won't. How did my earnings since last payout get so drastically reduced overnight?
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