Is Google Nickel & Diming AdSense Publishers?

Dec 10, 2007 - 9:30 am 2 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

A publisher using Google AdSense noticed that he is not making all the money he apparently earned in AdSense. For example, if he's making 12.01 for his AdSense earnings in the content network and 0.05 in the search network, he's only making $12.05 and not $12.06. Is Google taking pennies from him?

Not quite, as someone points out. It's possible that he was making 12.0055 and 0.049 which is rounded up and would then translate to $12.05 and not $12.06.

That makes sense.

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