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I haven't had any problems accessing AdSense of the past few days. The 8th of January was my best Adsense day ever, 9th was down slightly - it was only my second best day. Today is currently at least as good.
EPC up a little. CTR Average
Possibly with some publishers off the network there's more money left over for those whose sites are unaffected?
off topic :
Andrew, does Khensu not post here anymore, not seen him around for ages, miss his zany wit!
Other than that, the day was pretty normal and I was able to see ads on my site all day long and earnings were what I'd in line with what I'd expect right now.
No problem logging in today, ads are running on the site as usual, earnings are fine, etc, etc.
Or at least our revenue is going to CA or someplace else.
Today is completely out of line with previous earnings, and nothing has changed on our website. Traffic is the same, website has not changed, yet earnings are less than one half the average amount at this time.
"Welcome! You're signed in to Google Accounts under the email email@example.com and your Google Account password, but this is different from your AdSense account email and/or password. If you're an AdSense publisher, try signing in using your AdSense email and password. Or, sign up for AdSense."
message in the uk, first time signing in having just been approved....
I look at the ads and it's no wonder. Low paying, and crappy for sure.
i was one of those who whinged around late November through to the end of December about a large drop in earnings. It turns out most of my problems were due to crappy ads also so it would seem. I went on a mfa/flea killing spree and the results have been very positive since.
[edited by: Scurramunga at 11:43 am (utc) on Jan. 11, 2007]
joined:May 5, 2005
it looks like google is incapable of sharing the same username across all of it's programs.