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Question about adsense

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Msg#: 3775215 posted 6:27 pm on Oct 28, 2008 (gmt 0)

I think I really have problem with adsense stat.

I use one domain name to register adsense, since then, I have set up URL channels 3 days ago.

According to my record of all of my other domain names, the average daily stat is 20 visitors per site per day.

All of them were set up by wordpress, except the one I used to register adsense.

Today, I checked my adsense stat, I found only the domain name I registered adsense has adsense impressions, and all other sites don't have any adsense impressions, what happen to my other sites? I use the same adsense code to put on all my sites, but only one site has adsense impressions.



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Msg#: 3775215 posted 6:06 am on Oct 30, 2008 (gmt 0)

You use the same adsense code for all your sites? I think this is your problem. Use different code for different site (domain) if you want to know how many impressions you get for each site. Add new web site URL in your account and start from there to get a new code for different types of ads.


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Msg#: 3775215 posted 4:20 pm on Oct 30, 2008 (gmt 0)

I will change that.

I really bothered by that issue recently, you know, imagine your sites get 100 visitors per day, but only have less than 10 ad impressions. And it's diffcult to contact with google.

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