Yesterday I only had about 200 views according to Adsense.
Analytics reports several thousand.
Today, same issue is there.
when I checked my earnings for yesterday at lunchtime they were x, when I looked again this evening they are half, something is going on!
Just checked again and they are back to the lunchtime amounts!
Adsense has little glitches now and again, but usually they sort themselves out pretty quickly.
Not this time. Day3 now of pathetic reporting, yet normal Amazon sales and above average Adsense earnings.
Glad I gave up on keeping detailed reports.
Only reason I posted here was to see if anyone else had same problem. Obviously not.
Anyway, it's edging upwards daily, but still way below what it should be.
A strange glitch indeed.
You need to drill down in those Analytics and see what it thinks those visits actually are. If you just stand back and look at the two numbers that's pretty much all that will ever happen.
Analytics should be able to tell you what got visited, from where those visits seemed to come, and you should be able to tell if it was just a robot hitting your page. If I had to take a guess, there's a good chance it was just robots spidering the page.
You may have to just wait for them to run their usual verifications and see what the reporting turns out to be once that process is finished.
You're not the only one with this problem, Izzy. Over the last few days my Adsense account has shown a dramatic and very scary decrease in views, yet my HubPages stats and Analytics show that things are normal.
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