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Is there a place to find the date I signed up for this program? I forgot to write it down when I did so..and clicking on the earnings link only gives a general range.
Go to the earnings section and indicate that you wish to see daily earnings from Jan. 1 this year to current. Or earlier if you were one of the very first to test it.
With luck you should get a pretty good idea.
Thank you, wilderness...looks to be somewhere in the neighborhood of Jul. 17th... only about a week...so far, I'm impressed.
The amounts are still in pennies, but is ramping up a penny or two each day, which is much more often, and a faster start-out to boot than I ever got from Google.
OK--New question on this topic...
RE: the earnings rate. I have now been to the end of one month, and start of another, so my 'earnings for the month' at 10 minutes past midnight, stand again at zero.
However, the previous month's earings were (now, mind you, I totally suck at math...) either approx. 6% or .16% of the CFM
(??--too much alphabet soup!!) rate.
Since HP Ads are on "impressions" rather than "clicks" (not sure I truly understand the difference. While "clicks" are pretty obviously someone actually clicks on an ad, I'm not sure I know what they mean by "impression" and how it is different from a "click."
The more I read about it, the more confused I become. I would appreciate if someone could clarify the percentage we actually get, since my math skills are non-existent...I'm never sure what divides into what to determine the solution to:
"A = what percent of B?"
Did I mention I suck at math? LOL (blame my 4th grade teacher, for totally scaring the wits out of me with his foul temper: he was someone who never should have been allowed in the teaching profession!)
by Lena Kovadlo4 days ago
This month my CPM for the HP Ad Program is super low. It's been under $1.50 every day so far. And last month I had a lot of days where it was under $2. Wondering why that is and if it's just happening to me or if others...
by kmackey327 years ago
Has anyone had any luck with this? I am thinking about turning it off as I have not made any adsense this month and I have only made a few bucks from hubpages.
by David 4707 years ago
Can someone explain the hubpages ad program to me in detail? I sort of understand it, but not quite. Is this "completely" separate from adsense?
by sid_candid6 years ago
I just switched off Hubpages ad program. I am anxious to see what effect it has on my adsense impressions and earnings.
by Akhil Dev4 years ago
How can I track amazon clicks ? I clicked amazon link on one of my own hubs to check if it is working.. but Amazon Reports didnt register that click.. .Still number of clicks 0 .. Anybody know why??
by ajayshah20056 years ago
Please share your practical experience, the effects of this program on your earnings, keeping in mind about Hubpages TOS as well as Google adsense TOS.Thanks!
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