I know its all doom and gloom with adsense at the moment, but I have some good news. They are going to put some money into my account as I have hit payout! I missed it by 2p (3c,) the previous month which was somewhat frustrating. It has taken 12 months to reach the target and somehow I think the next payment wont be that much quicker. Anyway just thought I would share some good news, and as I am 40% towards HP payout, maybe I will get one from them as well this year.
CMHypno- thanks- twas a long time coming, but worth the wait
JD Barlow- that's what I thought! so much doom and gloom at the minute ( but in many cases I understand quite rightly felt)
Congratulations, Case1! That had to be disappointing to miss first payout by only pennies, but I do know the excitement of getting that first payment.
Thanks for posting - it is a ray of hope in all the gloom.
Well Done, I disabled HP ads because I'm sure it was effecting my already crippled Adsense earnings..I can't believe last year I was getting real money from Adsense and it beafed up my bank account each month.
I've put Chitika on one of my websites but those ads seem to be a bit funny at the moment, the capsules only display 1 link when the example ad had 3 products :S
I have kept HP on at the moment.
I think that the current situation will improve especially once HP have made some of the very overdue changes that they are making
by Susan Ng Yu 9 years ago
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by Aya Katz 8 years ago
And today it's $16.68. How did that happen?I made payout recently, and I got the check last week. I was thinking I might make payout again this month, with a forty-one dollar total. But now it's clear I won't. How did my earnings since last payout get so drastically reduced overnight?
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