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Earnings ........ 15.36
Search ........... .66
Total ............. 16.01
Does that add up to you? Is Google keeping pennies from other people's accounts?
This was after the day's total was finished. I was on the next day's earnings when I checked for "yesterdays" earnings when this error showed up.
[edited by: ArtistMike at 8:32 am (utc) on Dec. 7, 2007]
2. Clicks: One click might only cost a few cents, and then Google has to take out its share. I'm sure the math works a lot better if you don't have to mete out the payment for every click in round pennies.
3. I believe a lot of advertisers bid in their local currencies and don't use pennies anyway.
4. Why not?
If I add my top level totals for today, and compare them with my channel, my figures are far apart.
Not using my real totals, here are my results so far today...
AdSense for Content - total = 34.94
AdSense for Search - total = 14.83
Grand Total = 49.77 - AS PER my total earnings.
So the above figures work out correctly.
If I go into my channels and add those totals together, then it is $43.17 - a total of $8.23 difference!
Rounding problem? Me thinks not.
This problem has been going on for a month or so now.
'bout time it was fixed.
Sometimes a click dump does show correct figures when compared with the totals of the channels, but all this month they have been out.
If what you are saying is true, then when it updates, it should bring through the "missing" figures.
Well, I am out by about $8 atm, and since then the last 2 updates have only added approx $1, and I am still out by about $8
I think this new format they brought out is still buggy.
It is now 05.50 GMT and I have just checked yesterday's figures. The grand total according to google was 37.68 yet when I add up the channels, it comes to 42.22 - a 4.54$ difference.
Don't you think that almost 22 hours after the close of business for yesterday is long enough to be updated by now?
If his totals were say, $15.56 and the channels added up to say, $15.57, then yes. But his figures are far too apart to be that.
How do the total impressions and clicks add up? Are you using the allowed sites feature?
Lame_wolf, go back to post 1 and do the math again. His total is off by one cent, clearly an inconsequential rounding error. I have no opinion about whatever it is you're describing.
Yes. Me bad. Scanned it rather than read it. Sorry.
Yes, I would say it is a rounding thing. We all get them from time to time.