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3,652,147 impressions and just 10,956.44!!! what do you think is my problem?

Discussion in 'Reporting & Stats' started by Shboul5, May 16, 2012.

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    3,652,147 impressions and just 10,956.44!!! what do you think is my problem?:(
    SEMrush
     
    Shboul5, May 16, 2012 IP
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    #2
    what is your site, please post proof of adsense revenue.
     
    OPS, May 16, 2012 IP
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    JamesColin Prominent Member

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    #3
    Well it's a RPM of $3 which isn't that bad, could be worse. Personally I aim for a minimum of $5 but $3 maybe that's because of the nature of your site(s) and there's not much you can do about it. I don't know anything about what sites you build and I don't even know if you're real or fake Jordan boy.
     
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    #4
    Proof of adsense revenue isn't required to answer his question nor does he have to prove to you he made $10k...

    To the Original Poster: Was your rev generated by ads? If so have you tried placing your ads in different spots? Technically your earnings aren't terrible. Impressions generally aren't unigue visits.. 10 page visits displaying 2 ads per page is a total of 40 ad impressions for a single unique visitor.
     
    NetStar, May 21, 2012 IP
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    JamesColin Prominent Member

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    Just one precision, ad impressions is more like pageviews, it's not counted by ad unit. So 10 page visits should translate into 10 ad impressions in adsense reports.
    Other than that, I'm not sure we'll get any answer from the OP as not surprinsingly this Jordan boy is full of crap as can be seen in his post history, but who cares really.. not me :)
    And perhaps he was citing numbers and figures from adsense reports "all time" he never said it was per day or per month, maybe it's his earnings since 2003...

    But in fact it's just a stupid thread between 2 youporn wanking sessions, in another thread dated from 16th may, he claims he has adsense only for a few days, which seems more believable suddenly.
    "
    Adsense problem detected!!
    hello there, i'm new to this great forums .......... i registered my adsense account days ago, put today i created 2 ad spaces and insert them in my blog, but all i get is a blank space!!!!!! help me please what's wrong? is it my blog or my adsense account??
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    From the millionaire himself in another thread:
    "A Great Idea
    hello there, i got an idea i'm going to make 100 small blogs but i wont write the content myself, i'll copy it from the internet and paste it on my blog i'll do that till forever i'll have sites bigger than yahoo maybe! that's a great world. my question is DOES GOOGLE BAN PUBLISHERS FROM DOING SUCH A THING? what about funny pics sites? I can see the same funny picture on 100s of websites? isn't that content duplication which is against google's tos??? does that affect my google pr?? i need a sure answer please
    "

    So it speaks for the Jordan boy's adsense earnings..

    Still I believe $3 RPM can be correct, depending on the quality of the stuff on which ads are displayed, could be worse.
     
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    Ad Impressions != Page Impressions.

    Page Impressions = Page Visits.

    Ad Impressions = Ads Per Page * Page Impressions

    So technically if you have 2 ads on each page and the visitor visits 10 pages that is 40 Ad Impressions and 10 Page Impressions.

    Ad Impressions: http://support.google.com/adsense/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=44743&topic=19363&ctx=topic

    Page View: http://support.google.com/adsense/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=191124

    Both are tracked.
     
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    hah.. I can't believe you missed:

    "How many months it took you to reach $30 daily adsense income
    My friends told me that it tooks his blog 4 months to reach $30 daily adsense income, wbu? be honest please!"
     
    NetStar, May 22, 2012 IP
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    Yes, my bad, in the new adsense interface (dating well over one year now) it is now correctly called Page Views, before it was called Ad impressions.
    But now, from the definition of Ad impressions it seems they're not talking about ad units, but individual ads inside the ad units. So on a page with 2 ad units, you will get probably more than 2 ad impressions, depending on the size of the two ad units and how many ads are displaying in each one (if it's always an image ad, there will be one ad impression each time an ad unit is displayed)..

    So thank you for correcting me on this one, I need to update this knowledge because I kept referring to ad impressions in my posts, when in fact the wording has changed and now I should simply talk about page views IN adsense reports.
     
    JamesColin, May 22, 2012 IP
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    It is really hard to comprehend your question.

    Both are really big number.

    What is your CTR?
     
    Wesley T, May 22, 2012 IP
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    The revenue generated is quite good, considering the amount of similar ads being posted on web pages. So I don't think you need to worry much about that.
     
    promowebeveron, May 22, 2012 IP