My Ebay clicks had been paying somewhere between 8 and 13 cents a click (which is not that great) but it had been steady for a couple of months. For the past week I received only one penny per click and then yesterday it shows no earnings for my clicks. I have read their terms but am still unsure how it just fell to nothing. Any suggestions? I really was feeling pretty good about my Ebay earnings going up, now I am feeling confused about what to do, so any help will be greatly appreciated!
is it possible that the product your linking to eventually sold out.. not all products can be perpetual; or is it ebay wide?
by Sally Gulbrandsen3 years ago
Is the current situation set to remain as it is - impressions, clicks, no payment?
by Shampa Sadhya4 years ago
Is it okay to have Ebay earnings to be $0.00 for five consecutive days? I had noticed earlier that it was nil for may be two days at a stretch but definitely not for 5 days in a row. Kindly, throw some light on this...
by Paul Goodman5 years ago
I understand the clicking part of eBay earnings. But how do I know how much that I will be paid for the sales revenue from winning bids? I have read the relevant page of earnings, which doesn't really tell...
by Andrew8 years ago
I was refraining about talking about this but it really is bad. Last month with adsense was my most profitable month, but this month so far I got 3 clicks...What could have made this change?-New Hubpages Layout?-April...
by rancidTaste8 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by John Coviello3 years ago
Twice this week, I checked AdSense, and saw some nice earnings in the 30 to 50 cents range, due to ad clicks (I assume). Both times, these earnings disappeared when I checked back again a few hours later. I...
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