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Does google count partial cents?
It seesm that Google credits patial cents for clicks. I have one cent more total then the sums of my daily earnings.
This makes sense for the small CPC amounts.
I sure wish google would increase the display accuracy by at least one figure. I've already written to them about this in regards to AdWords.
Have any of you ever wished for higher accuracy in the displayed figures? Would you not want that for some reason?
|Have any of you ever wished for higher accuracy in the displayed figures? Would you not want that for some reason? |
This would not be in the top 10 reporting things that I would like to see first. Off the top of my head:
1- Domain specific stats.
2- Page specific stats.
I know we won't get this, but:
3- List of ads shown in page.
4- % paid to publisher.
Yes, except all those need some work on the interface code. one extra percentage point should be doable in 30mins including testing.
Well if they are counting it already.... Why would you want to know how many 1/10th of a cent you have accumulated?
For some people, 2/10's of a penny is the difference between going bankrupt and being able to buy a fancy new boat! :)
Exactly, it's the number game.
if you add 1/10s 1,000,000 times, you got yourself a new house ;)
For the people that are making lots from AdSense they wont care too much about the point of the penny. Those who are making small amounts will ;)
|Exactly, it's the number game. if you add 1/10s 1,000,000 times, you got yourself a new house |
Just don't try to pay for that house in pennies. :-)
were it's really interesting is in the over all averages for CRT. It'll tell you witch way you're going.
Now I simply transfer the stuff into excel and have my own accurate tracking :) Even forecasts and estimates :) Me happy.
PS I'll happily share the spreadsheet (with all data emptied of course.)
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