I am confused in my earnings in Google Adsense and Google Analytics. In Google Adsense page I got $0.88 and when I clicked on adsense button on the left pane of Google Analytics page, it says, 'Pages on your site made $0.00'. I got 200+ pageviews and 166 unique views in Analytics.
Can anybody help me understand this?
Analytics shows clicks after the day it happened. Wait till tomorrow, any clicks today will be under the Adsense Pane in your Analytics. Also, it takes a few days to start recording, and doesn't go on back clicks.
I'm talking here my all-time earnings in Google Adsense and Google Analytics which is from August up to the present. In Adsense, it's $0.88 while in Analytics it's &0.00.
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