Whats the primary difference between page impressions from adsense, and hubpage views? My hubpage views have gone way higher than adsense impressions. (more than in the past)
Is it that adsense views are organic, while hubpage views are overall, within hubpages etc..
You are trying to compare apples and tomatoes. While both are red fruit you can eat, that's as much as you can correlate them. The two things you are asking about are statistics but other than that you aren't going to be able to correlate one to the other as they are tallied by different agencies via different means.
HubPages views are views, plain and simple, as determined by HubPages. Your own included. The more you look at your own Hubs, the more they go up.
Page impressions refer to ad units viewed on your Hubs, and is a statistic that Google tallies.
http://www.google.com/support/adsense/b … swer=32744
Thanks, I did not realize if you looked at your own hubs it counted as view if your signed in. I mainly only look at them if I have to edit something.
Adsense impressions would be more important overall though, correct? I mean, more hubpage views is good, but still.
by Barbara Badder 2 years ago
Why do I show 0 page views at Google Adsense, but 200 and some impressions. This doesn't make sense to me. Google Adsense never shows the same page views or impressions that I show elsewhere. Can anyone help me understand this?
by Favorites 8 years ago
Anybody please tell me what is the difference between page views and page impressions, because I dont get the same number of page views on my hubpages statistic page and page impressions on my google adsense report.I hope to get a reply soon.Thanksfavorites
by Pop Culture World 2 years ago
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by leigia67 7 years ago
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by CCahill 2 years ago
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by Beaks 9 years ago
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