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  1. Does anyone know the exact day you got told how much you have earned on WordAds?

    Thanks you very much!

    The blog I need help with is now-football.com.

  2. You get an email telling you. You can also check on your Word Ads page.

  3. Can it be any day during the month?

  4. Do you mean does it break down the reporting by day? It does not. And it doesn't report anything until you've had WordAds active for a month.

  5. This is the homepage for the WordAds program: WordAds.co. http://www.wordads.co/ There you will find the application page as well as FAQs there too. http://wordpress.com/apply-for-wordads
    This little update may be of interest > http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/how-much-will-earn-for-1000-hits-per-day?replies=31#post-941018

  6. Also like to ask, is 20,000 views a day going to make me a nice earnings for the month?

  7. @nowfootball
    You were answered on the earning question in the other thread you posted. See here please http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/word-ads-2?replies=10 and then use your calculator to answer your own question. :)

  8. Is there no way of you saying Yes or No. And does it matter about if people visit your blog twice or how ever much they do?

  9. I have provided you with the best infromation available to me which I located by searching this forum. Please click this link and find every thread you have created and posted into > http://en.forums.wordpress.com/profile/nowfootball
    I have also falgged this thread for Staff attention and I can do no more than that for you.

  10. It doesn't matter if they've been to your blog before. It all counts.

  11. Okay, Raincoaster, do you think I can make a decent earnings with 20,000 views a day on my blog?

  12. I don't know. Do what TT said, follow the link, and do your own calculations. I have no idea what you consider decent earnings, and I'm not going to do the math for someone else's blog.

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