A little tilted here.
I have noticed often that my daily page views do not match the tally in AdSense. For example, in the last 6 days, have had a meager 560 page views. AdSense says 200 impressions and two clicks = $0.57.
What is the difference between page views and impressions?
You get 60 percent of the page impressions, HubPages the remaining 40 percent. So with 100 pageviews, you would have 60 impressions. Adsense only reflects those that belong to you. Besides, HubPages' statistics are less precise.
Thanks Web Examiner.
After posting this I say Maddie's FAQ thread.
Makes sense now. Thanks, James.
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