Am I the only one to see my Adsense income over 10 times normal levels today? I am really concerned by this and have reported it to Adsense in case it effects my Adsense account. Normally what is a couple of pounds (at best) a day, is well over double figures for today, and all the traffic is from HP. It is too much to be something I feel I should celebrate, especially as I am on HP's Ad Program, therefore I only have one block advert from Adsense on any of my hubs.
I haven't noticed this in my account today. It's possible it's legit, but I would be concerned too that something funny might be going on.
I am really concerned myself, but apart from what I have already done, i.e. report it to both Adsense and HP, I am truly not sure what else I can do other than worry. Hopefully this is not malicious clicking, but as I have reported it to Adsense they should see this does not originate from me.
Never make much from Adsense but yesterday I made .01 cent and today so far I have made .27 that is a jump for me I rarely make more than a cent a day. Wonder what's going on.
Income still increasing at about £1 an hour right now. I sincerely hope this is legitimate!
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