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Is it just me or is everyone getting this?
altyfc




msg:1320696
 9:46 am on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thursday, July 17, 2003 almost 11am GMT and still no data available... is everyone else getting this?

Paul

 

wgonz




msg:1320697
 10:06 am on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Wednesday, July 16, still updating.

altyfc




msg:1320698
 10:25 am on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Oh I see... when I login on a morning, it takes me to the date that it's not yet updating, hence everything remaining at zero... hmmmm. Thanks.

Paul

cornwall




msg:1320699
 11:12 am on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Paul

Googles dates are West Coast USA, not rural Cumbria ;)

Their date changes at 8 am UK time

Having browsed round your sites, you should be getting something between 8 am and 10.45 am!

topr8




msg:1320700
 11:25 am on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

funnily enough at around 11am this morning uk time we were showing zero adsense impressions, and as of now 12.30 uk time we are showing a handful of impressions.

although i haven't done a detailed analysis i won't be breaking the tos to say that this is WELL below the impressions we have previously had.

(ps just to emphasise i'm talking impressions not click thru's)

chiyo




msg:1320701
 11:39 am on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

i think the window between impressions and click throughs being conducted and reported is lengthening. used to be about around 20 min as evidenced by the previous date still being updated while the new date was showing.

Yesterday we had a few hours where nothing seemed to be updated, then impressions started up again, and whamo lots of click throughs very fast!

Yep, i check every so often in these early days so i get some idea of the CPC ranges, but will probably give up this practice soon and just check once a day. I just confirmed its impossible to guess your daily revenue by multipying 6 hours by 4 or 12 hours by 2! i really should listen to Europe for visitors more!

europeforvisitors




msg:1320702
 2:40 pm on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yep, i check every so often in these early days so i get some idea of the CPC ranges, but will probably give up this practice soon and just check once a day. I just confirmed its impossible to guess your daily revenue by multipying 6 hours by 4 or 12 hours by 2! i really should listen to Europe for visitors more!

My clickthrough rate is fairly steady, but average clickthrough payments and total revenues vary quite a fair amount from day to day. When I look at my numbers, I feel like a stock-market speculator. Yesterday was a "sell" day, but today is already shaping up as a "buy." :-)

altyfc




msg:1320703
 8:57 pm on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Googles dates are West Coast USA, not rural Cumbria ;)

Yes, I realise now... just joined the program a few days back so was a little confused. It would make more sense if we were automatically taken to the page that was still being updated when we log in IMHO. :)

Their date changes at 8 am UK time

Having browsed round your sites, you should be getting something between 8 am and 10.45 am!

Started getting impressions come through at around 11am... but it has been earlier on previous days.

Paul

altyfc




msg:1320704
 11:27 am on Jul 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

Today, it's later still... 12.28pm GMT now and still nothing come through with today's date.

Paul

cornwall




msg:1320705
 11:59 am on Jul 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

>>12.28pm GMT now and still nothing come through with today's date.

In that case either nobody has looked at the pages on your sites with the tags on, or you have a problem with the tags

My money meter has been recording impressions, etc, today since a couple of minutes past 8 AM this morning, then it changed to the "new day" - hey, Google even tells us when it is a new day now.

I suggest you check your log files to make sure that those pages were getting visits. And that you check that you have put the tags on correctly.

How many impressions would you have expected to have put out in that period?

altyfc




msg:1320706
 1:40 pm on Jul 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yeah, everything was correct... sites were all up. Yesterday, we did 9,750 impressions, so I'd expect to see them coming through pretty much straight after 8am (or whatever time) as you say...

Paul

brotherhood of LAN




msg:1320707
 1:51 pm on Jul 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

"same here", can safely say i havent been code-fiddling either.

>>6 hours by 4 or 12 hours by 2

It depends, for me the first 14/15 hours are similar to the last 9/10 hours, I just get more traffic in the later hours ;-)

cornwall




msg:1320708
 2:54 pm on Jul 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

In the long run, its your daily figures that count, rather than hourly, and however Google release the figures will alter their hourly validity (presumably how they consolidate different servers)

Europeforvisitors, altyfc and myself are in roughly the same market segment and are serving roughly the same number of impressions (from data given on the board)

Therefore I would expect impressions, CTR and CPM to be roughly the same. Europeforvisitors has given a good view of his figures being consistent in other posts, and I can confirm those for my own sites.

To be honest, I do not check the figures on a regular basis, so I have no idea how they alter hourly, but the daily figures do have a degree of consistency (apart from the variations one expects with these sorts of sites between weekday and weekend figures)

Having said that, I do look at them first thing in the morning to help digest breakfast and (hopefully) get the day off to a good start ;)

bether2




msg:1320709
 3:11 pm on Jul 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

I'm seeing no impressions for today as of 11am EST. I think they must be a little behind in the reporting.

Beth

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