I have got 4 clicks in adsense with no earnings at all not even 1 cent. These clicks are not from hubpages but a different website I work for. Do I need to report this to Google.
Google already knows, or they wouldn't have been deemed invalid.
I have received as many as 5 or 6 clicks in one day that don't pay anything.
Note that google will also provide, on occasion, public service ads that pay nothing. How do you know these $0 clicks are actually invalid and not public service?
I don't know for sure, but is it possible that they pay less than $.01 (or in your case, less than $.0025)?
I have checked the site from where the clicks are coming. There are no public service ads on my content
You can get clicks valued at a fraction of a cent, generally means there is next to no advertiser competition on the keyword.
Yesterday and today have been horrible for amount per click with adsense. Not sure why but I'm seeing 1 to 10 cents when normally I get a buck or two each.
Ironic, since the last day of the year I saw my best day ever with adsense. Must be a new batch of advertisers started on the 1st or something,,,
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