Their is a certain technical issue with my account regarding the adsense publisher ids. I believe that my adsense id and the id Hubpages uses have been interchanged and my Adsense statistics are consistently recording only 43.3 % of total views Hp stats show. They should be around 60 % but they are not.
Hp stats show 5,259 views for last 30 days but adsense records only 2,306 views ....... 43.3 % to be exact.
The Hubpages staff please respond to it, Its a genuine issue.
First, please remove that image! You can lose your Adsense account for sharing internal stats such as CPM.
Second, Hubpages will display your advert code on 60% of views. However that may not equal 60% of impressions. Many people use adblockers now.
Trouble is that this percentage which i have mentioned is very consistent at exact 43.3% it does not change by even a decimal place so this appears to be a genuine issue ........... as far as the image I did not knew you could get banned for it ....... but now I have already shared it ........ lets hope google does not find it ,,,,,,,,,,, ( I had to provide hp a proof )
First remove the image, then we can discuss the issue. If you lose your account it will all be moot.
Send it direct to Hubpages, don't put it on a public forum.
I believe we addressed this same question from you 2 months ago.
As several others have mentioned, a public forum is not the place for specific account and earnings issues.
If you have any further questions please contact us here.
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