How does Google Adsense count the number of impressions?
I am totally confused about how they calculate the number of impressions.
One Page view equals one page impression and if the page has 2 or 3 ads then single page view will have 2 or 3 page impressions. If a viewer refreshes the pages then ads get rotated and ad impressions are counted every time whereas page views remains the same for the same viewer.
by Michael Kismet4 days ago
I checked my Adsense account today and usually I would have a couple hundred page views by now..from niche sites. But today, just one page view!?Something isn’t right, anyone else experiencing a similar problem?
by Pop Culture World2 years ago
Hello,I am seeing on my Adsense earnings 0 page views yet there are clicks coming from the pages still.Two days ago there were about five clicks and then the next day those clicks were gone from the previous night's...
by sheerah6 years ago
I'm having the hardest time trying to figure out Google Adsense. I applied for it, I was accepted, and it said ads will begin to appear in one of my hubs. In my account the earnings program is active and so is Google...
by Oyewole Folarin6 years ago
One of my friend check his google adsense account and found out that there was no click, but to his surprise he is making 1 cent. Why so?
by sarovai7 years ago
Yesterday I changed to Google adsense new interface Beta. Some features like graphs are useful. And earning details are clear.Have you tried?
by genebob4 years ago
While I link my Adsense account, it directs me to Google, which then asks if I want to accept the association, I say yes, then it directs me back to Hubpages, but it just loads a blank page, nothing comes up. I could...
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