I was wondering if my adsense estimated earnings can actually be less than what I earned. Mainly because I got significantly more clicks than December with similar income.
In my second payment, I actually made 10 cents less than what est. earnings said. Could it be the opposite sometimes? For instance, lets say you earn xxx amount, but the finalized earnings may be a few bucks more etc..
1) Your estimated earning sometimes also carries some invalid clicks or count, so google discards it every month.
2) Control is in Google's hand, knowing how deceptive company they're like MS,you can guess how legitimate the values of clicks are in that report. (We talk in favor of google usually because we're getting paid from them)
Earnings from some networks do not float in immediately.
So, yes! Actual could occasionally end up higher than guesstimated.
Has anyone ever had their estimated earnings be way off in comparison to finalized earnings?
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