I’m new on HubPages & confused. I’m pretty sure that only one of my 6 hubs is actually connected to Google AdSense. Is this possible?
Google AdSense says my page impressions for today is: 11
HubPages says my page views for today is: 118
Of course I’m assuming that page impressions & page views are the same thing?
I’ve read so much from the learning centre & now I’m just going around in circles. Please help!
My Google Adsense page impressions and Hubpages page views never seem to be the same. This might be due to different time zones etc, but I believe that the Google adsense data is more accurate than Hubpages data.
All your hubpages pages are connected to your google adsense account as you would have placed your code into the affiliates section of hubpages and registered with google adsense.
Thank you, Ginger Meow! I'll stop worrying about it & just keep writing instead. : )
Adsense page impressions are on a clock basis, resetting to zero at midnight Pacific time.
HP stats are on a rolling basis, never resetting to zero. If you look they do not reflect "today", but "1 day", or the past 24 hours. The only time the two would come close to matching would be at 11:59 PM PT and even then it is not perfect as adsense only "sees" the 60% of the views that are yours as opposed to HP's.
Once you have set up your HubPages account with Adsense, the system takes care of it. You don't need to worry about adding it to each hub - so you can relax!
It takes time to get your views and clicks up.
I hope you enjoy it here. It is a very steep learning curve but one which is SO worthwhile. Welcome.
Yes, the learning curve is practically vertical! Thanks for the response.
You are welcome! It takes awhile and using the Learning Center is a fantastic way to familiarize yourself with the workings of HubPages.
When I started I wondered if I would ever get my head around it all but slowly but surely I began to feel more and more comfortable here.
It can be overwhelming at first and the learning center is definitely the place to begin. Just keep taking in a little at a time, visit the forums where there is a wealth of info in the specific Hub Pages forums for help and assistance.
don't worry about the views. they're never the same. Google adsense code will register 60% of your views. we share the views with HubPages.
here's an old forum thread that may help.
welcome and enjoy writing here!
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