I've been with my sick mother for over a week and honestly I have not been online during this time.
Today I checked my bank account and noted a large deposit from Google.
My Google earnings had taken a bit of a hit due to the slap but during the month of March my earnings managed to rise and exceed past earnings.
NOTE: I'm also participating in the NEW HubPages Ad program and so I feel it is not having a negative impact on my Google earnings.
Just a note of inspiration for everyone!
Hang in there!
Hey Nell....er Ocean Swift, I love the new name!
I'm noticing that Google is starting to discover my hubs quicker again...
I was in the hubpages program and my adsense earning dropped to zilch. I took hp off and now they are doing better than before.
Congrats katie! Hope your mother is better. Have to say that my adsense earnings are on the floor, and the HP ad earnings are also dropping. So maybe I will have to consider taking off HP ads, as the traffic has improved
Best of luck to you on that, I'll imagine your clicks abundant and sells even better.
It was great to spend a week with Mom, I dropped everything and just hung out with her attending her every need. Thanks for asking.
Glad that you had time to hang out with your mother Katie. The earnings will sort themselves out. I've sort of given myself time off the money side and have written some history hubs that I have been meaning to write for ages
Well Done Katie, I haven't seen much of a rise today after a pretty pitiful weekend and just making the threshold of March. I only activated Hub Ads last night so I guess I will see how it goes..if it doesn't rise by the end of the week I may disable the Hub Ads.
Might I add that I am so jealous?
My adsense earnings couldn`t be worse, HP ad earnings are much better and my Amazon earnings suprisingly good
Anyway, glad you are doing great
That is wonderful news Katie and I hope your mom is feeling much better.
What I don't understand is that my Adsense traffic isn't particularly low just the earnings the last couple of days...hmm perhaps I should of waited until midweek to implement HP Ad program..I'll wait to see my earnings on HP tomorrow afternoon.
I'm in a random bar in Worcester at the moment..on my travels. Thanks for commenting on my school class photo Katie lol
Hey Katie, I'm happy to hear about your earnings on the rise. It's positive news. Congrats!
hi, i want to join adsense eventually but I don't have much traffic, ideas?
and also what ad program should i sign up for google or hubpages
check out my hubs,thanks
I had one click earlier today that was worth nearly £1 and that was part of 2 clicks Ive had all day, weird because the traffic I have is still high, the same I had before I switched HP ads on. It looks like the Adsense ads are competing with HP ads which is good because I want Google to perk up their ideas, they have been fishy since last week.
I will most likely reach HP ads payout
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