Why is it my Google adsense account will show I earned so much in a day but Google Analytics may have another total, which is usually less.
Yeah, that's not unusual. My Analytics is always less than reality by significant amounts; it is likely incomplete page loads where the Analytics never gets to run.
I noticed this years ago, thought I had missed getting the code on some pages, but checked over and over - it's them.
Analytics usually runs behind Google adsense because Google Adsense shows you the ESTIMATED earnings, whereas Analytics shows you WHAT you have earnt (Which has been verified).
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