My page views for 23 Nov were 4,082 and the ad Impressions were counted only 948. This glitch is disturbing my HP earning from the last three days. Kindly resolve this issue as soon as possible.
Although my numbers are much lower than yours, I am having the same problem. Views are up, CPMs are up but impressions and payments are very low by almost 30% in some cases. I have written the team about this but have received no response.
Remember that the HP ad impressions are only shown 40% of the time. So, they only represent about 40% of the views. Also, HP shows views on your accounts page on a revolving 24-hour basis, not a calendar-date basis.
It is against the general historical trend of our earnings stats. Something is not right.
Yes generally it is about 60% not 40% but from last three days impression are lower to 20% of page views. Something wrong is there.
I believe it is 60%, not 40%. Furthermore, I do not understand how I can have more view, higher, much higher, CPMs and reduced income. Something really is wrong and I'm glad I'm not the only one who has noticed. This has nothing to do with the coming holidays, either.
Same case with me. Impressions are relatively very low as per page views and adsense page view from last three days. Somethings wrong is there. Hope it will be resolved by hub pages team soon.
By the way, I got some relief knowing that its not just me who is suffering.
I'm experiencing the same thing. I thought it was only my account that have problems. Anyway, I sure do hope this gets fixed soon!
Today again impressions are way down as compare to page views, any news or update from some one???
There is currently a known issue with impressions.
We are working to resolve the issue and hope to have a solution deployed later today.
Thanks for your continued patience.
Just wanted to post an update in case you missed the change on the accounts page.
This should now be updated through 11/25.
Hasn't changed on mine yet, should we give it a day or two?
Are you looking at your Ad Programs report? Mine is updated now, including the CPM. I think yours should be, too.
still pretty ugly - way off since the 18th. Looks normal up to the 17th and then drops on the 18th and then nose dives on the 19th... fortunately this isn't my sole source of revenue, it may take a day to catch up. Not worried... yet. ;-)
Impressions are way down, CPM is way up and income is somewhere in between. And there is an asterisk, meaning "something is not right".
I'd say that something is not right, and expect it to be fixed sometime tomorrow, when everyone comes back to work. That's the way it usually works, anyway.
Hmmm... My impression totals do indeed really suck for the last 2 days... Think I'll keep an eye on this thread.
It's the holidays, gang. People do all sorts of stuff that includes seriously not being online.
Wait until you see the lack of impressions for next Thursday and Friday.
Same here, traffic stats are up but my impressions are way down. That's three days in a row!
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