When I look AdSense visitor counter for "today" there seem to be only 3 visits at my hubpages, but at Hubpages counters I can see that there have been a lot of more. So does this mean that AdSense isn´t showing the actual number of visitors for "today"? Will the actual number of visitors come to AdSense counter with delay?
If you are working on a hub which hasn't been published yet, your visits to it will be counted in your stats.
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