Anolinde, delete your post immediately because you've published information that Adsense says you must keep private. If you make it public, they will take away your Adsense account!
I doubt she can now, Marisa. It's been almost an hour. But, you're right, Adsense prohibits the sharing of that type of info.
Really??!! I didn't know that! Okay, will report to moderator for deletion immediately! Thanks for letting me know.
Instead of posting your numbers, use the column headers. We'll be able to help a lot better that way. But no, all earnings must stay confidential...
And, as an aside FYI - to do a screen capture, go to the page you want to capture, press print screen, then open paint, then click "edit" "Paste".
Not to hijack a thread, but I thought I'd post in one thats already started. Had an interesting click on an advert yesterday. something that got me significantly more revenue in the one click than anything in the last 6 months put together (I don't really earn a lot). Just wondering if I need to flag it to adsense? eCPM is massively higher than its ever been before!
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