i have a blog with average 60 visitor a day and my hubpages visitor is 80 in average. I have see in my adsense report the page impression is only 96. Can you explain me?
Forlan, keep in mind that on HubPages, your Google ads will be shown 60% of the time and HubPages's Google ads will be shown 40% of the time. So you AdSense numbers will never match up with your page impressions.
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