I am in the new HP ad program and have a question about the earnings. At the top of the graph it says I have earned $6.02 under the last 7 days revenue but under the daily earnings underneath it shows 0.
Does this mean I have earned money or no?
Yes, you've earned money.
The reporting for the new ad program is still sort of... chunky. Sometimes you don't get the detailed stats and then they are updated in a big chunk. HubPages has to wait on the stats from the ad companies and then they can pass that info on to us, and they don't get all their info on a regular schedule.
I almost fell off my chair this morning when my report showed that I had earned 21.89 with ad program so far! Pleasantly surprised.
Really?? I almost fell out of my chair because I earned 38 cents in total... I hope I start to see an increase soon.
Congrats Dorsi! Looks like things are working out well with the program. I'm happy for you and everyone else enrolled.
That's really great. Congrats Dorsi and Janet, i'm so happy for both of you.
Now the wait & expectation makes it the more exciting for me. Knowing my luck, i'll probably be in the last batch But i know June will be here before i know it.
I have to say I am extremely pleased with the income on the new ad program... it almost balances out my google drop..... sigh.
Thanks everyone and hold tight, the ad program will roll out for everyone soon.
It's definitely helping me offset my google adsense lost earnings, but I expect google will rebound and the HP ad program will be a nice additional source of income. Thanks HP!!
although, it still hurts to log into adsense and see my earnings almost halved... such is life.
I'm in the midst of switching up my HP strategy in an effort to really maximize from the homegrown HP program. This last little algo change proved, quite dramatically, that you really can't put all of your eggs in one basket.
I've noticed a big drop in my adsense earnings too. What is going on with that?
When do you actually get paid out for the Hubpages Ad Program? I've been searching around the site and can't find that answer yet. I'm relatively new and have not earned anything yet. I'm nearing 2,000 views total. The hubpages ad program shows about $2 earned for the month. Does this eventually go into paypal or if you earn too little do you lose it at the end of the month and start over? If anyone can find a link to the details of how this program works, I would appreciate it. I had trouble finding something myself.
read the section 9 of the HP TOS
"Payments to You shall be sent by HubPages within approximately Thirty (30) days after the end of each calendar month that Ads from the HubPages Ad Program ran on Your Hub, if Your Earned Balance is Fifty Dollars ($50) or more (otherwise payments will be withheld and will rollover until that month in which the total Earned Balance has exceeded Fifty Dollars ($50). For the avoidance of doubt, payments may be delayed and/or withheld (among other reasons) to the extent that HubPages has a delay in processing applicable reports, crediting Your account, and/or has yet to receive applicable funds from a third-party advertisers who participate in the program."
Your earnings do not start over every month, they carry over. Once you reach $50 you have the option of withdrawing to your paypal account.
Following Dorsi's question. My CPM says for 7 days says $3.65 and my earnings underneatch it said $0.3 cents. So which amount do I get paid? I'm new too.
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