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My Adsense is showing "Today's estimated earnings" instead of "Todays Earnings". Is it something to worry about? I was having a some extra bit of clicks yesterday.
Whats on your Adsense page?
hmmm...mine is showing the same thing. I'm not sure if it said that earlier today when I checked...I sure hope it's nothing to worry about!
Adsense audits clicks before payout , chitika uses a similar "estimated report before audit"... it looks like adsense is just being a little more transparent in their wording
well, your monthly earnings "lock" at the end of the month
but what I was pointing out is that "todays earnings" were never a guarantee, before your commission is set, locked and sent it is audited for fraud.
Other networks, chitika as a common example actually call your daily earnings "unaudited revenue" ..I dont think anything has changed with adsense they are just using more appropriate language
I'm getting the 'estimated earnings' thing too. Sometimes, earnings come late (the next day) as far as I can tell. I assumed they were just being more accurate in what they were saying.
Hey UH, thanks for bringing it up. Just noticed that mine says the same thing too. Hope this means that once they audit it, the earnings will remain the same (or even go up ).
The new Adsense interface (which is currently in beta) has an explanation - "estimated earnings are subject to change when earnings are verified for accuracy at the end of every month"
Thanks for bringing that to my attention UH, I had not noticed!
The earnings have always been estimates that aren't finalized until the end of the month. Perhaps they are just more clear now. It's pretty rare to see any significant adjustment unless there is fraud on your account - bad clicks.
You'll be fine as long as you follow the AdSense ToS.
by Ponx7 years ago
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