Hi guys, The number of visitors HP says that I have had and the number of visitors Google adsence says I have had are very different numbers. While HP says I have had 70 visitors, adsence says I have only had 7 visitors. I'm pretty sure this means I am reading the data wrong. If someone could explain what the two figures are telling me it would be much appreciated.
Citizen 10, Hubpages page view and Google Adsense page views are always different.
Hubpages pages views shows number of visits to your hub whereas Adsense page views show numbers of impressions to Google Ads.
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