I am aware of the fact that Hp gives you 60% of the impressions but My stats show that I am only getting 40% of the impressions with Hp stats showing about 3,300 imps in last three days and Adsense showing only 1,441 impressions which is exactly about 43% I strongly suspect that the publisher ids have been interchanged I have attached Proof on this. It only allows to upload one photo but I can give an Hp stats screenshot showing above 3300 imps.
Please Help me in sorting out this issue.
Awaiting Hp staff,
Just another huber.
That's interesting. How did you get your Hubs to show up as unique channels? Is there a guide for how to do this somewhere?
They show your code 60% of the time. There is no promise about what proportion of impressions you get.
Because 60% of the time does not necessarily mean 60% of the impressions. Amongst other things.
You mean out of 24 hours of a day my id will be there for 14.4 hours ?
>If people visit with ad blockers, it will show your ID but won't actually be an impression.
>It doesn't go 6/4. It can go 2/2/15/8 etc - it's not in an exact order.
It's unfortunate (for webmasters) that ad blocking software for browsers is becoming more mainstream on both mobile devices and standalone computers. It could make it more difficult to make money with Adsense and Amazon because users no longer see these types of ads when browsing at any website.
It feels really bad of being robbed of your rightful earnings
I don't think we have any rightful claim on where people put their eyes.
But if as you fellows are arguing if it was the time which was split then over a month or may be after two or three months impressions must have averaged about to 60% . Even at least to 50% but this 43% is a very consistent figure I am getting from a past few months not even shifting to 45%.
Can someone from you post your last 30 day statistics from hp stats and from adsense please ?
It is not time that is split.
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