Well, I have always came so close making 20 dollars last few months, but never hit it with the HP ads. Yesterday, I made 23 dollars finally! Did not check adsense yet, though.
Yes, HP ads affect adsense because there are less adsense ads. I checked adsense and made over 3 dollars so I made about 26 dollars in a single day if I combine earnings from both adsense and HP earnings!
Hi Richie, I don't know if you checked back on the other thread where I commented on this in response to a similar thought you voiced, but just in case (and forgive me for butting in), you will always see a drop in Adsense income if you go on to HP Ads, and this is because the Adsense blocks drop down to one immediately (although there are other Adsense blocks, but they get paid to you by HP, not direct through Adsense). What you need to look at is your overall income, not Adsense alone! Think of it this way, if you had 7 Ad areas on a page, all of which were paid by Adsense, and you earned $10 from Adsense daily, but when you turned on HPAds (therefore leaving you with only one Adsense block paid by Adsense), and then you saw your income on Adsense drop to $3 per day, but you got $15 per day from HPAds, overall you are now better off by $8. It doesn't matter where the income comes from, so long as it goes upwards overall:
$10 Adsense alone, versus $3 Adense + $15 HubAds = $18. Overall gain = $8 and this is all that matters unless you are suffering from Paypal currency conversion rates outside of the US.
Hope this helps
PS, the figures for AD block numbers etc are completely random and not based on actual block numbers.
My earnings have been up high because I've been first on a lot of search engines for one keyword..its annoying though because I'm constantly wrestling with this silly Facebook group for top spot. When I'm top my hub gets 2500 views a day.
I've nearly met my highest earnings already this month and I still have 10 days to go..fingers crossed it'll be a great month of progress.
Good deal. I ain't never struck that high in a day here :-/
David -- Congrats! I can tell from your posts and hubs that you've put a lot of work in here. Good to see it's paying off for you. That's inspiring.
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