My earnings plummet on Fridays - I mean REALLY plummet! I might get as little as 10% of what I make the rest of the week with daily Adsense earnings, including weekends. Wonder why? Are folks trying to catch up on all the work they didn't do during the week while they were web surfing??
Hey Habee, I feel the same way.. I guess everyone is out enjoying the rest of this hot season and that is why earnings suck on the weekends.. LOL..
I kind of like it. Since i know the earnings will be lower I don`t check as often on weekends. It`s a nice and relaxed break.
It depends at times on your hubs. This time of year through first of Feb., my sports hubs skyrocket more on weekends. I have a few other hubs in a different category that stay the same year round. Not that I make a lot of money yet, but as I keep learning from experience and others here my Adsense earnings do keep rising.
What's so strange about this is that Saturdays and Sundays have been good - as have Mon.-Thurs.
It's just those accursed Fridays!lol
That's interesting, actually. I never noticed what days are the worst, but I know Sundays are almost ALWAYS my best day. I think it's because people have a lot of free time but they aren't going out so they just play on the internet.
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by John Coviello 5 years ago
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by sunstreeks 8 years ago
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by Elsie Nelson 7 years ago
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by Stove And Home 4 years ago
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by aniketgore 10 years ago
I do check daily but thinking to reduce it to 2 days. What about you?
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