I checked my AdSense this morning and it indicates 19 clicks for yesterday, yet when I click on 'top channels' - which I usually do to see where the clicks were - it only shows 2 of them! Can anyone tell me why it doesn't show all 19??
The clicks came from channel urls not set up. You need to add all urls you want to list separate.
Or from referrals you have made. You won't have a channel for referred users hubs
if you set up a hubpages channel with the root domain of hubpages.com it will pick up referral earnings as well, I just don't think you will see them in Google Analytics.
Oli, I do have a channel with the root domain of hubpages.com, as well as for each of my individual hubs & blogs. I only have one person who has signed up under my referral tracker and she only has one hub - I doubt there were 17 clicks on her 1 hub. Not sure still what the deal is.
I have a channel for every single hub and blog of mine. Thanks, though.
I suspect they had problem with their last maintenance. Since that day they finished maintaining their system, i have not had any click till date. All i get is an increased impression.
Well, lets just hope is a coincidence.
Yes, but I AM showing clicks, I just don't know what hubs the clicks are on...
I have had undefined views before, but never clicks.
Is there any chance that someone else is using your AdSense ID? I know there is a way to limit where the your add impressions are shown, but can't remember exactly how to get to that portion of the account.
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