Not here, just dead. I can't understand why AdSense is no longer showing AdSense earnings from YouTube in the AdSense control panel. It makes no sense, epecially when they continue to show the clicks, yet have 0 as earnings. It just makes it more disheartening...and using Youtube analytics is a waste of time when I have three different channel logins...
@Play_Bach, that is weird. My earnings for "Adsense for hosted content" shows 19 clicks, zero earnings, but I received a notice yesterday when reveiwing stats, that as of today, adsense for youtube stats would only be available in youtube analytics (which won't load for me). Contenet stats haven't moved, but still show meager earnings...hmmm.
Yesterday click count continued to soar past all others. Highest since 2011. Unfortunately, about 50% of those clicks were worthless, so not sure what to make of it. Earnings up over the day before by about 5x (doesn't mean much since that day was a bust). All in all, a very strange AdSense reporting day.
In past years Easter has been one of my worst periods often being lower than Xmas. PVs were down however CTR was well up, like 150-180%, EPC was in its usual range with an eCPM 135-186% and Monday saw my highest day since February at 125.9% v 2013 average.
so you're saying that all of sudden thousands of adworders have decided to advertise on google home page only? doesn't make any sense. this is valid idea in a long term (as google is pushing more and more ads in their home page and that lowers publishers revenue. (above THE fold by all means))
yet, such a huge dive CTR/CPC happened recently (this year - since January).
i used to have 3x cpc i have now. My ctr is pretty much the same, as i am tweaking my ads all the time to maintain it.
i still make killing with adsense with XXX EU/daily, yet i do have so many questions about the #*$! they are pulling lately, yet so few answers.
I'd have to look at the numbers to be sure but it seems that when the month starts on a Saturday, Sunday, or Monday the first few days of the month are particularly bad. I suspect that a large number of advertisers set their campaigns to end on the last day of the month and they don't extend them till one or two business days into the next month.
Something strange is happening thus far, and hopefully it will get straightened out. Is it a coincidence that the strange stats began when the YouTube earnings were removed from AdSense? Coding SNAFU perhaps? Hmmm...