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Just wondering if anyone can answer this question. My page views have been about 500 per day recently but my impressions are only 300 or so. Why the difference?
paradigmsearch; maybe you can answer this for me. During a certain time today these were my stats:
Unique Visitors: 114
Pages / Visit: 1.71
Avg. Visit Duration: 00:01:40
Bounce Rate: 76.23%
% New Visits: 86.89%
However, the counter on the Adsense report were 54 visitors. Does this sound normal to you or does it appear that the stats are off, yet again?
Your post changed, so I had to delete my previous responses.
If I understand things correctly now...
The visitor count (HP) was the last 24 hours.
The impressions (Adsense) were only since midnight.
Both set of stats are from a specific hour today.
Whatever that specific hour was...
The HP visitor stat represents total visitors that dropped by in the 24 proceeding hours.
The Adsense stat represents only those visitors that showed up since the start of today.
Example, say the specific time was 1:00 PM.
The HP visitor stat represents total visitors that dropped by since 1:00 PM yesterday, for a total of 24 hours of data.
The Adsense stat represents only those visitors that showed up since midnight, for a total of 13 hours data.
As I understand it the views for HP are a rolling 24 hours, so basically whenever you look at your views it applies for the immediate 24 hours since the most recent update (usually about an hour max). This is why when there is a problem with stats 'freezing', the views appear to drop every hour, as basically there are no new views being added to them, but the old views (24 hours earlier) are dropping off the total figures.
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