According to Adsense, I have only had 55 page views. According to Hubpages, I have had 145. Why are the reported numbers different? Am I not getting Adsense credit for all my page views?
The two systems count using different criteria and different methods. They will never match.
AdSense counts on a daily bases starting from zero at midnight. HubPages counts on a rolling 24 hour bases.
OK, thanks! I never noticed the difference until now so it concerned me a little. Thanks again!
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