What is Google Adsense Page impression and what is Google Analytics pageviews.
And why the number of page impression in AdSense (not clicks) is so different then the number of pageviews in Analitycs
In addition to Morson's explanation of the difference, there are some technical differences as well. 100% of your visitors are tracked in Google Analytics, but your AdSense account is only used for 60 out of every 100 visitors to your hubs. The remaining 40% of AdSense impressions are taken by HubPages and affiliates, such as the person who referred you to HubPages, and the owner of any tracker link that a visitor clicked.
That means that you will always see about 60% fewer AdSense impressions than Analytics pageviews.
Finally, AdSense shows today's data while Analytics by default shows 1 month of data starting at yesterday. To see only today's data for better comparison with AdSense, click the date range dropdown, click today's date, then click Apply. Or to choose a different date range, first click the date in the past (e.g. September 21) then today's date (e.g. October 2).
by muratos 9 years ago
Hi,I use Google Analytics to see the progress of my hubs. As you know, there is integration between Google Adsense and Google Analytics already and it is possible to see the most effective pages in terms of Adsense earnings. Hubpages currently lacks Adsense earning tracking at page level. All we...
by Favorites 9 years ago
Anybody please tell me what is the difference between page views and page impressions, because I dont get the same number of page views on my hubpages statistic page and page impressions on my google adsense report.I hope to get a reply soon.Thanksfavorites
by HELLA 8 years ago
Hello again! So looking at my Adsense Overview, I see a particular number of pageviews that doesn't seem to correspond to the page visits in Hubpages I have for the corresponding day. I currently only have Hubpages as my active Adsense account. An example is (not my real numbers)total impressions...
by Melody Collins 5 years ago
I have been monitoring my real time traffic for the past week. I have noticed that the active page is sometimes listed as "/". Does anyone know what that means? The last time it happened I checked and it was listed as a social visitor, and I think the source is from Hubpages.
by Ceres Schwarz 6 years ago
Hello. I have some questions regarding Google Analytics and Webmaster tools. Any help is greatly appreciated. When I checked my webmaster tools, I saw a lot of URL errors, a 404 crawl error because apparently "Googlebot couldn't crawl this URL because it points to a non-existent page"....
by Jinesh07 8 years ago
Is there a way on HubPages stats or Google Analytics to discount your own page views for Hubs?I've been at HubPages little under a month now and am beginning to get my head around how most things seem to work. However one problem I'm having is finding out how many people are viewing my hubs. I've...
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