My impressions figures are very low compared to my page views.
The hubpages FAQ says: "In general, for every 1000 Hub views, you should be seeing about 600 HubPages Ad Program impressions."
Yesterday I had 134 hub views, and 13 impressions. That's 6 times lower than the ratio the FAQ says I should be getting. Now I know the 600 out of 1000 is just a rule of thumb, but it seems like a huge difference. Am I doing something wrong to cause it?
by Favorites6 years ago
Anybody please tell me what is the difference between page views and page impressions, because I dont get the same number of page views on my hubpages statistic page and page impressions on my google adsense report.I...
by David 4705 years ago
I would just like to share, that I made it to 1000 page impressions yesterday. The revenue was horrible, however, today is going good so far and its less than half way there.Thank you so much hubpages!All the new...
by jaredbangerter5 years ago
Is this a joke? I understood that the ratio of views to impression should be higher than that. On average out of 1000 views, 600 of them should be impressions, according to hubpages own help document.I...
by Mutiny925 years ago
Good Morning! I woke up to check the Ad Program report for the day and it shows $0 with 0 impressions. Is the system is in the midst of populating the accounts? Just curious what time of the day is the...
by Whimsical Chair5 years ago
How many outerlinks am I allowed to have on each hub?I'm in HubPages Ad Program, and I want to know much page views do I need to earn a penny?
by Susie Lehto22 months ago
Yesterday, I had a comment on one of my hubs that showed 0 views. That 1 view did not get credited to that hub yesterday or today.There does seems to be a tiny glitch with views being credited.
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