Sometimes I can't access my Adsense earnings report. Has anyone else had this problem recently? I have no problem accessing google analytics. When I click on "check google earnings" from my hubpages account, a page appears that says "Maximize revenue from your online content" and "sign up now" as if I don't have an account. This seems to happen intermittently, yesterday I accessed my earnings report with no problem but had problems the day before that. Really confused!
You need to log in to Google to check any earnings from them. Trying to go to Google from a link on this site is just adding in steps that aren't necessary.
Have you checked the Google forums to see if they are having technical issues? Are you using a browser that they recommend?
If you have any ad blockers running on your computer or browser, switch them off and try again.
I get the same screen if adblock is running.
You guys are great! The ad blocker was the problem. This is the second time I had problems with google ads due to the ad blocker in Firefox...you'd think I would have thought of this, duh! Oh well, thanks guys, I really appreciate your help!
No worries, it took me a little while to figure out it was the adblocker when it happened to me. I was worried it was google blocking me from my adsense.
by Bev G 10 days ago
I checked Adsense about 45 minutes ago and it said £1.24 (sterling) for the day so far. I just came in and refreshed the page and it says £0.79. What's happening?It's not important really because I'm on the HP ads, but I'm curious to know why the amount changes. I have seen it happen before.
by Christy Kirwan 10 months ago
Hi all, we are aware that there's an issue with AdSense earnings right now and our engineers are looking into the details. It's not clear if the issue is on HP's end or if this is a problem with Google, but we should know more by Monday. Thank you to everyone who has reported the problem, and we...
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