The number of hits I seem to get on my articles on hubpages is generally significantly higher than that of page impressions on my Google adsense report. I assumed they were the same thing and they should be tracked identically.
Does any one know why this is happening?
Yes, because you only take 60% of impressions. Hubpages takes the other 40%.
Even then, they will not be entirely accurate. Install Google Analytics and use that as your means of traffic analysis.
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I was just wondering this.
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