I signed up for the HP ads program a while ago--perhaps a month or so after it was opened up to everyone...
I notice my daily earnings are nicely above what I ever got from Google (that's not to say I'm anywhere near the payout threshhold).
However, I'm curious as to when the daily earnings post, because I see the new figure each day when I log in, but no matter what time of the day or night it may be, (I'm a night owl and am often up past 2:a.m.), hitting 'refresh' never changes the amount. The new amount only shows up when I first login after my computer has been turned off overnight.
So, I am mystified as to what time of day (or night) the earnings refresh from HP's side....I know, I know--it's probably a minor, unimportant issue--but it's the kind of thing that can drive my bonkers...
Thanks for any enlightenment....
I'm not sure of the exact time but it can vary. Sometimes it can be delayed for two days or more.
Because the earnings are based on a range of affiliates, Hubpages can't post earnings until ALL the affiliates have reported earnings - so if one affiliate is late it can delay the whole process.
My most recent earnings report is for 11 October.
This is getting ridiculous!
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