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AdSense Stats Stuck Monday March 9, 2009

all botched stats for today, almost 2 hours into the day

     
8:52 am on Mar 9, 2009 (gmt 0)

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2000 page impressions - 0 clicks - 0 earnings. deadsense. all botched.
/stats for today, almost 2 hours into the day/
12:27 am on Mar 10, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Things seem to have evened out by now. Turned out to be a pretty nice day for me.
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below baseline for me. Again :/
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Definitely low for a Monday. I've cleared the competitive ad filter to see if Tuesday will be any different and whether targeting has improved.

Regards...jmcc

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I won't break adsense tos and give specifics but I will say that I got the average number of clicks with average earnings but the "impressions" number is TRIPLE the average.

I can confirm that the site did NOT receive triple the average number of impressions according to analytics, a popular tracking service I use and my own host stats so it is an adsense reporting problem.

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Monday did turn out to be a better than average day for me but i'm left with a sense of frustration. Google really could be doing a better job of keeping its publishers informed as to (a) what it's doing, and (b) how it will affect them.
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Really bad for me, ecpm and ppc were laughable.
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Monday ended up being a pretty normal day of earnings for me as well. Better than what was going on last week.
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Google really could be doing a better job of keeping its publishers informed as to (a) what it's doing, and (b) how it will affect them.

I am all with you, but why would Google want to do that? If you were such a dominating service (to avoid the word monopoly) would you share information? Would you like transparency? I surely wouldn't want my "publishers" to know anything at all. I'd say, "crank out pages, that's what you shall do, not question what I am doing."

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2:39 pm on Mar 10, 2009 (gmt 0)

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