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I have 2.53 pages/visit in my adsense account. I want to understand these terms to follow along my performance. Kindly help. Thanks.
Your profile says you have an insatiable hunger for knowledge. If this is the case, why don't you want to read all the info Google provides which explains all this?
Sometimes I cringe at your acidity, but other times, it's so appropriate I just laugh my @ss off.
Yes. You are right. If only I have all the time. I know reading is very important, but we cannot discount the essence of asking questions. Its the best method I believe. Thanks.
Sergs left me fan mail thanking me for pointing out that he didn't read the FAQ or Learning center, and asked me to share more insights if I had the time. So....
So.... he figures the thigh-boots and whip suit you.
I'm still waiting for others to jump in and give me some useful and clear answers.
I believe that it means that your average visitor views 2.53 pages per visit, some more some less but on average 2.53 pages. Saying all of this though I could be wrong lol.
I hate this form of system. The one that makes me laugh the most, is that a majority of Americans have 2.5 children. What's that? 2 full children and one that is only half a child, or a 3rd of a child when it is 2.25? Or, maybe it's in the womb but not born yet? Yeah, maybe that's it. Or, maybe the parents are just thinking about it, and about half way there. LOL!
They need to take all of the math out of this, and just count. I don't need to know that I had .35 views. Just round it off. I think the only reason they do that, is to make it sound more important. Lord knows I heard enough of these statistics when I was in retail. Like the average family buying 3.5 gallons of milk in a month....who cares!
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