Are impressions different from clicks? I see impressions under "earnings," but I don't see "clicks."
Yes impressions are different from clicks. Impression refers to the number of times adds were shown to readers. It is important to remember that the number of impressions you get will always be less than the number of page views because we share impressions with Hub Pages
Thank you! Where do I see how many clicks, as I have heard people talking about their clicks. Thanks!
You can find your number of clicks by going to my account, earnings, Google AdSense reports. There will be columns there that say page impression, clicks, Page CTR, page eECMP.
by rancidTaste8 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by John Welford8 years ago
Please forgive my ignorance, folks, but I'm really not sure that I understand how Adsense works. I can see that clicks on Ads give you cash, but why is there also a running total for "impressions"?Firstly,...
by ryankett8 years ago
I have earnings of 1p today.... but no clicks.... this has never happened before, and I was wondering if anybody knows why this may be?Not that I am moaning, an incredibly slow day for traffic this end.... so every...
by Sally Gulbrandsen4 years ago
Is the current situation set to remain as it is - impressions, clicks, no payment?
by William Gerace6 years ago
Hi guys the reason I'm asking is I was looking at my report for February on one day it said I had 10 impressions so 60% of that comes to 6 but when my pay for that day is like .10. I know I must be doing something wrong...
by Person of Interest4 years ago
...recognize and not count our own clicks when we are logged in?
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