What's the longest period you've gone (at this level of traffic) without having any Adsense clicks?
I haven't had any clicks for 48 hours. (I've made a few pence off impressions, but no clicks.) This is unheard of for me these days, and I'm starting to get a bit paranoid. And I'm hoping to make a 2nd payout at the end of this month too!
i think i have had one day where i made a few pence like you but got no clicks,usually i get clicks even if its only one.dont panic just yet,im getting 3 times that traffic and i had that one day where i got nothing.leave it a day or two before panicking!
I'd agree with Warchild. Don't panic.
Last month I got about 750-800 hits a day and there was a Saturday where I didn't get a single click.
Ah, thanks for that - it's obviously just one of those random things then.
Just looked up my Adsense stats and it seems I earned £0.73 this morning. Normal service has been resumed
I've had the happen quite a bit. Sometimes it almost seems as if Adsense lags on the tally and shifts them to the next day.
I've had 1500 view days with 0 earnings and 500 view days with CTR's of over 20%. Back when I had a daily earning plan it was pretty infuriating
Just wanted to agree with the others really. I usually make around $5 a day on AdSense (not quite enough to retire on) but I do get the odd day where I make just a few cents on impressions with no clicks.
I understand your fear though. I make much more on Amazon and I have a day when I made just $1 on that I was really freaking out that something had gone wrong.
Good to see people are doing pretty well with views. I really wish I would have started this years ago.
So much catching up to do.
I've gone a few days without any clicks. I don't worry though because it all usually evens out by the end of the month.
It happens. Last month I averaged between 500 and 550 views a day and got 1-2 clicks every 2-3 days. Then you have the days where you get 4 and 5 clicks in a row, so don't worry, it should pick up soon!
Just make sure to emphasize quality over quantity!
One good hub a week > seven decent to mediocre hubs a week
(Not saying that's your case, by the way; just putting in a general example.)
Best of luck!
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