Recently I began using AdSense on more than just Hubpages, and as I added it to new places, I added channels, so that I could track how each was doing. However, they don't seem to be working accurately, because there are views that are not accounted for. So far these views have not earned anything, but I am concerned.
The only thing idea I can come up with is that I have AdSense on on Xomba, and they have those dumb pop-up adds. I am wondering if my # is on those occasionally.
I never was able to match all the numbers. I just chose to live with it
Thanks Misha, that is one option. I don't mind, I just want to be able to see if something funny is going on. Harvey's episode worries me.
Don't tell your friends and relatives you earn with ads, and you'll be ok
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