How do you know if your Google Adsense is working?
I am fairly new here - so please bare with me My Google adsense affiliate tracking says that it is active however, on the LEFT it says modify.
How do I know if my adsense is working?
Thanks in advance
Just keep checking your account on Google, if your getting a ton of page views, but no clicks you should check your publisher id and make sure everything is set up right. But obviously if your getting paid, it's working.
As long as you are seeing some impressions listed your account is working. Adsense earnings are fairly slow to develop, but will increase exponentially over time.
You can check on your control panel, usually if something is wrong, Google lets you know about it. So do not worry, check the impressions on the site. One thing you cannot do: never click on your own ads. You can get banned for life.
If Google is saying active then it is for sure. Why would they mess it up, they earn money on those ads! Jst be patient!
Well, If youre new and you reach 10 dollars Google will mail you your pin. I guess that's how I knew it was working. I received the pin in the mail.
Log into your Google account and you can see your earnings, Performance summary, View full reports and you can click on the link "Go to your Google Analytics Account" at this page you can see all the stats, like where the traffic coming from what keywords are clicked on and how much you made on each click through. Earnings figures were erased. I hope this info will be helpful.
Google account screen shot for detailed information.
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