I had an adsense click yesterday on one of my hubs and that information is not appearing in analytics. All the other traffic data is there from yesterday. Any idea why it won't show up?
I know adsense can sometimes be a bit behind in analytics, not sure why it would not appear other than that though!
I remember I filtered my Analytics data to exclude my town though I find it highly unlikely someone in my town visited my page. Any other reasons it may not have shown up yet?
by aoiffe3796 years ago
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by Ricardo Nunes8 years ago
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by Mubin1237 years ago
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by Marina2 years ago
Hi Hubbers! Do you have a Google Analytics account associated with your HubPages account? If so, please be sure to check out today’s blog post which has instructions for how to upgrade your Google Analytics...
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