According to Adsense, one of my hubs has a click, but there are no impressions recorded. How would that work? I've definitely never had that happen before.
Does anyone have any experience with something like this, because it doesn't make sense to me!
I heard that 1 impression and 2 clicks are possible but your case looks very strange to me. Any way wait for other answers.
Yes I have with the social bookmarking site She Told Me.
My guess is that all the ads on the page are PPC with no PPM ads.
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