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!
by Sally Hayes 6 years ago
I just noticed today that the Hubpage site of another Hubber that I don't even know or even follow has shown up on my list of sites that are displaying ads from my Adsense account. I've never seen this happen before. Does anyone know what this means and should I be concerned about it? Why would my...
by Sondra Rochelle 12 months ago
Has anybody had experience with transferring Adsense accounts to a beneficiary after the writer's death? I am getting mixed messages about what to do in the event that I pass away and want my husband to be able to continue collecting income from my hubs. Has anybody here had any...
by Daniel Mollat 6 months ago
Being new I'm not sure I totally understand the way to generate income here in HP. Am I to understand that one must have an Adsense account to earn income? I've applied for an Adsense account some time ago but have not heard anything from them. Does this mean no matter how good my hubs are and how...
by jackavc 6 years ago
How long did it take for your first payout from adsense. And how many hubs did you have at the time?
by lauragee 4 years ago
How do your Adsense earnings compare to your Hubpages ads program earnings?I'm pretty new here, and have made about .50 in the hubpages ads program, but no more than .01 in my Google adsense account. Is this normal? I seem to have Adsense enabled, am posting on allowed topics, etc... How does your...
by brownlickie 7 years ago
I have now had my adsense account cancelled for whatever reason, only they know and it would be nice if adsense them selves would at least tell me why instead of me waiting for a new adsense account, standing by the computor ,waiting, waiting for five days now. Hubpages is at fault also because...
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