What's the longest time it should take Analytics to update with AdSense data?
I noticed something odd on my AdSense and am trying to figure it out but of course it is not showing in Analytics.
In my experience, today's AdSense data appears tomorrow on Analytics.
not necessarily. you just have to go to the calendar on google analytics and choose today's date and it'll give you data.
It lags behind adsense...but you can still get the current day's stats.
I was asking b/c I noticed someone had clicked ads 7 times on the same hub. My guess was they were fraudulent clicks but wanted to get some Analaytic stats to back it up. Yet it still is not showing.
I've had that happen before even though a week or so has gone by. Do clicks not always get transferred to Analytics?
You are correct. Sometimes they never get transferred. I had a rather high-paying click last month, but it never showed in Analytics, so unfortunately, I did not know which hub it was on.
If you look in some of the "Help" documentation on Analytics, you can find where they document one of several reasons that some clicks just won't make it into your Analytics statistics.
N Ramius this also happened to me I had a rather high paying click on adsense but it wouldnt tell me where it came from on hub pages but when I clicked on keyword from the drop down list in Analytics I knew which hub it came from straight away. Hope this helps!!!
Anyone care to write a hub on a topic related to this thread?
how to integrate adsense data with google analytics
Or at least explain how its is done? I seem to remember GA bugging me and bugging me to do this, but I kept ignoring it. Now that I want to do it I can't figure out how. Figures.
I've found a few hours time lag, I think it has to do with google automatically double checking to see if the adsense click is a legitimate one
I have had a lot of problems integrating adsense with analytics as well. Hubpages hasnt really been much of a problem although it does take some time to come from my adsense account to my analytics account as mentioned in the comments above.
The biggest problem Ive had is getting it to work on my websites. I have posted all the code and followed all the instructions and Im still not getting any information about my google adsense on my sites.
I set up channels on my adsense account to get around it but that dosent give us as much detailed information as analytics does. From what I have read on forums etc its a technical issue that google need to solve.Anyone know anything about this??
If you add analytics to a site that already has adsense on it you usually need to add a new bit of tracking code to the top of your page.
I've got 10 sites in there now, it works great.
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