I was wondering if this happens to anyone and if Google is okay with that.
Just so you know, it wasn't me that clicked
Yes one day I had 7 clicks all from the same hub its a common thing as Website examiner states if someone is interested in something they will click on all relevant hubs to the topic they are searching.
I can beat that - I had 9 clicks from one hub. I did not even think you could get 9 ads on a page!
They say there's no such thing as a stupid question, right? Okay, here goes...on Analytics, how/where can you tell which hub was clicked? I'm baffled.
I was more thinking of where they came from in terms of geographical location.
Fortunately, the people up on the mountain say there is such a clever device called "channels," which permits for more detailed tracking.
WE-thanks so much for that. Although geographical location would indeed be a trip to research, the Adsense and Adword tool are my biggest challenge yet. What a bunch o' biznez! I'm kidding, of course, but reading these charts is pretty mind-boggling. Per you and Yoshi, I've just signed on to Adwords, hopefully the tutorial will turn on the light!
by Spacey Gracey 7 years ago
I really should know this by now but....On the orders report there are five columns:1. Product link conversion2. Product link clicks3. Items ordered through product links4. Other items ordered5. Total items.I don't really understand what they mean.I get reports where there is a 1 in the 'items...
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
Okay, this will sound crazy to some of you: I'm receiving too many clicks on my google ads! I've read on here somewhere that Google gets leary if your ad clicks are over 2% of your page impressions. My clicks today are 6%. My average for the past 30 days is over 3%.I might have accidentally clicked...
by Brie Hoffman 8 years ago
I've noticed that lately I have just as many clicks but a lot less money; has anyone else noticed this? For example today I got 2 clicks and it only registered 1 penny...what's up with that.Just wondering if anyone else has noticed a difference in like the last month?
by Catherine Giordano 4 years ago
I got my first amazon earnings from hubpages today. Only a couple of dollars, but nice to see it was working. It answered a question I had --do I earn only for the product clicked on or for anything the person who clicks buys after clicking. It is apparently the latter which is how it works on my...
by mariahbernt864 6 years ago
the title pretty much says it all.my page views have gone up and a few people said they've clicked the ads on my page.sadly, my earnings are creeping up by only pennies. What's a girl to do??
by Ohma 8 years ago
I know there must be a way to see which adds are getting clicked on but for the life of me I just can not see it. I am sure that it is probably right in front of me but I really need some help with this one.
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