Can you explain what number you are comparing and from what sources? Keep in mind that your AdSense code is displayed on your content during your share of impressions. http://hubpages.com/faq/#impressions
This happened to me some time ago on one of my websites, and after 'tearing my hair out', running from post to post on the Google forum. I was REALLY scared! I learned i was being click-bombed and read on what to do from others who experienced the same.
Thank you for telling me about your experience. I might just have to end up doing this.
I noticed this has only happened since the new ad changes. This started happening around the 15th or 16th, so I imagine it is related to that. I have four HubPages accounts, and it is happening on at least two of the accounts.
Coul you please let me know if you have any update about this issue? I am facing this issue only for my hub and not for other sites having same adsense...everything is normal for other sites ie., view, clicks etc
You may be experiencing an AdSense reporting issue with page views, which people mentioned in the forum some time ago. The problem was said to be fixed, but at least in my case it never was. In the last week there has been another change, causing the daily HubPages page views reported in AdSense to be very low - sometimes in the single digits. All other sources of information show that my views are normal, however.
What you could do - if you haven't already done so - is to go to the "Columns" tab under the date in AdSense. If you choose "Ad requests" from this tab, you may find that the numbers are normal, as I do. It's just the page views section of AdSense that isn't working for me. Everything else seems to be fine.
Yes, it has. Basically the views on the Performance Report in AdSense always look much smaller than they really are for HubPages. And the CTR is showing much higher as a result. Apparently this is just how it looks. But if you drill down further into the details of your performance report (using the side bar) you will see the views are much higher for HubPages. It's just the performance report front page that looks funny. So there should be no problem from AdSense as a result.
I know this forum thread is inactive, however, I have tried creating a new thread and no one seemed to know what I was talking about.
I am STILL experiencing this. Since January 15, 2015, no page views from hubpages show up in adsense. I am getting plenty of traffic and analytics and hubpages back this up, but nothing is showing up in adsense. I've emailed hubpages and they think it's an adsense issue. I've talked with adsense and they are sure it's a hubpages issue.
Since other people are having an identical problem starting on the same day, I am led to believe it is a HP issue. Has ANYONE found a solution? I want my AdSense earnings back!
Hm..... okay. Thanks for responding. Hubpages seems completely baffled and makes it sound like it is an isolated incident completely on my end. If I ever figure it out, I'll let you know. Thanks again.
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