Something happened when I checked into my Google adsense. The part where it says Adsense for Content is different.
It now says top channels, and has clicks that do not seem to be credited to me or something.
I honestly do not know how to explain it. I have 10 clicks, but it seems only one is credited to me.
Was there some kind of update or something? (This is not the BETA)
Did you just add channels?
That link has always been there I think. At least ever since I created my first url channel. The earnings are still your's. They should total your total, if you have channels covering everything. If not then it won't add up to the total, but will still be included in it.
I added channels, but they only seem to be tracking my profile saying I have 1 page impression..
Then it says I have 100s of page impressions and a bunch of clicks, but none seem credited.
I think I messed something up
O, I guess you can not follow two separate hub accounts. Only individual hubs?
See how it's set to show only today? Your's is set for today, right? Not like yesterday or month or such.
See how the top channels button lets you expand or collapse your top channels? In the above image they are showing, but the very top line is still my totals.
Make sense yet?
If not I can't help ya. If your's doesn't look like mine then you broke google.
Yeah, I understand that I think. I never really had any channels setup.
The thing, I have a ton of clicks today that do not seem to be credited or something.Did someone maybe go onto a click spree, and they did not count?
Yesterday I had abut 10 clicks and it was over 8 bucks. Today, I have the same, but nothing seems credited.
It's showing clicks but zero money? I think that's possible, public service announcements, but alot of them would be odd. I don't know, that is weird to have a lot of zero earning clicks.
It's not unusual to get alot of high earning one day and not the next, or alot of low earning one day then the next day you get only a few but they earn you double the day before. That's all normal.
But alot of zero-earning clicks? Do you write on stuff that would prompt public service ads?
I'd repost that one with the term zero-earning adsense clicks in the title. Maybe someone else can shed some light on that.
It looks like I got one click credited, and all the others do not seem to be credited. (about 9 or 10 not)
I know each day is different, but this is really weird.
What do you mean by public service announcements?
Free ads or extremely low pay, I'm not positive. Don't think it's ever happened to me that I know of, but I've heard of them. If your hub isn't triggering any ads based on its keywords, then google reserves the right to post public service ads on your stuff.
Got any unfocused material?
Maybe, its some misc. hubs of mine that are getting them for some reason.
It has to be that then. I have had clicks that were not credited before, but this is to the extreme if you know what I mean.
Perhaps it is a public service announcement then.
If you have analytics, find which hub they are from.
They can be public service, as noted, or "bad" clicks. I once got 5 clicks on the same hub and, as near as I could tell, from the same person and all were disallowed. Perhaps the screen never loaded, so the reader clicked again and again trying to see the ad but it wouldn't load. Things like that will not result in income.
Okay, well I deleted the channels, but I seem to have a lot of clicks for the no. of page impressions today, but they do not seem to be credited.
Our hubs aren't indexed under profile subdomains, so that's not possible.
Yes occasionally I get a load of clicks that are worth next to nothing, frustrating but its how Adsense goes sometimes! In a way its a good thing because it means you are getting traffic willing to click, but it just means Google didn't have any high paying ads available at that time.
I am fed up with days of non-paying clicks, or clicks that only add up to cents or fractions of. It's just the way it is.
Changing the subject slightly, I had an ad on one of my hubs yesterday for king.com from adsense which is a gambling site! When my growing site was allowed ads it carried adverts from google for cannabis seeds.
Surely if you are not allowed to write about certain things,they shouldn't be showing ads with just those things!
Yeah, I think the same thing about those ads being displayed.
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