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This month results different from todays

 2:20 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

Anyone else ever seen this?

When I look at the stats for Date Range - today the figures are different from when I look at todays results from Date Range - this month

The latter one is showing more hits, clicks and earnings



 2:33 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

Yes, it has always been that way. You can sometimes get a peak ahead for your daily earnings when using the month results as opposed to just todays results.


 2:35 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

Results don't really settle down for a good 48 - 72 hours. If you try a search -this month against a day in that month, they should match.


 3:02 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

Thanks, never noticed before.


 6:19 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

Quite often the "All Time" date range will show even more up-to-date stats that "This Month". And sometimes, viewing stats in Mozilla shows more up to date figures than IE.


 7:40 pm on Oct 9, 2004 (gmt 0)


It's more simple than all that, I think. It seems to be just the way that the Google Web front-end caches results from the (presumably) expensive database queries.

Since I am currently obsessed with my AS numbers as a new recruit not yet in receipt of my first cheque (!) I poll my AS numbers freqently. To force fresh results from the database I change the query each time and avoid the cache, eg 1 Oct to day, 2 Oct to today, 3 Oct to today, etc. I mainly care about the final line for today in this case and I can get fresh results each time this way.



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