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Adsense Pageviews Not Accurate [Urgent]

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Johnsto, May 1, 2016.

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  1. Johnsto

    Johnsto Newbie

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    For the last few days my Adsense earnings have been much lower because Adsense hasn't been counting all of my pageviews, I've been working with Adsense for over a year and haven't ever had a problem like this before with my sites. The stats from my sites and Adsense have always been very similar if not the same, but now Adsense is showing almost 50% less pageviews compared to my site. Does anyone know why this is happening or when it will be fixed?
     
  2. Bleght

    Bleght BANNED BANNED

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    That sucks. Have you changed anything on your website recently. Do you have caching? Maybe there is something wrong with the code, you can try to create new ad units and replace the old ones with the new ones just to see if a "turn it off and switch it on again" approach will work for some reason.
     
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    Might be, users started using adblocker on their browsers...
     
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    On april 1st most publishers saw a 50% drop in revenue. Google it. I've not found a reason or a solution but it seems like its a planned move by google
     
  5. IAlwaysWin

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    In the summer months you'll see lower Adsense earnings then in the fall, winter and even spring months. You can google that too but I know this through personal experience.
     
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    This is the vaguest question/thread I have seen in quite some time. Have you tried troubleshooting? Seeing what percentage of your users have Adblock enabled, what is your current active view viewable per platform, does your Google Analytics match your Assense, what does your cpanel look like, has your organic traffic dropped a little bit, are you getting spam traffic, etc.,

    It could be a million things other things I can't even list or think of at the moment as well. Even check if the javascript is executing correctly when someone views a page, it might not capture they viewed your page because your bounce rate is too high, if that is the case lower your bounce rate.

    You have to be a bit more specific. But maybe check a few of those things first. I honestly haven't noticed anything, so that April 1st thing sounds odd to me.