There are threads in the forum about earning reports being late. Some are complacent about it for whatever reasons. I am bringing it up again, calling a spade a spade and saying it is not professional. It lacks teamwork and empathy from Maven. You'd think with Maven on board now the report of earnings be on time daily. Geez, I want to gripe more, but what good does it do.
I write for other media sites, and they report earnings by the day on time. It is a positive reinforcement that encourages me to write more and helps me speculate and plan my future endeavors.
We are working on completing the earnings reports. I apologize for the inconvenience. Sometimes there is a delay, and we want to make sure earnings are accurate before we release them.
But you aren't going to receive the money until January 28! Why would a few days' wait in December matter? I admit that I would like to see a daily report of my earnings but as I have already pointed out, it doesn't really matter until Jan 28.
I agree. Been happening for a few weeks actually
Have you also looked at the cpms recently? I was shocked. Mine are unbelievably high on both of my sites. Can't say why, but am guessing that this may have messed up the accounting for the team.
Our Christmas bonuses probably have to be worked out properly
Thank you for answering quickly, Matt.
Complacency is what has kept this snafu happening for a long time. We can all joke about it, but it's non-professional. It's as simple as that. I know when payout days are, and they're great. I am not talking about payout days. That has nothing to do with daily earning reports. If Maven is not going to do daily earning reports, why not delete that field and have weekly earning reports. Maven asks writers to follow standards, and we comply. It should go both ways.
It may be true that the 28th is really what matters but if earnings are to be updated daily, it should be adhered to. Yes, once in a while, lapses may occur but now, it appears to be the norm.
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