Reasons Your Adsense Report Might Include Sites You Don’t Manage

While reading about the Adsense Site authorization feature earlier today, I stumbled on an article which I believe will be helpful to those that have been wondering why their Adsense reports include sites they don’t manage.

The article lists reasons why Adsense systems might attribute a few impressions to sites that you do not control and sites where you’ve not directly placed your ad code. According to the article, these can include:

==> Sites that serve the contents of your site from their own domain. You can authorize some of these sites that you trust to display ads.

==> Improper iframed redirects. For example, some sites create an iframe through which they reference another site.

==> Web pages forwarded in email clients.

==> Duplicating (in other words, copy and pasting) of stories from one publisher to another.

So, when next you see impression from some strange sites in your Adsense report, stay calm…lol 🙂

Do you experience such?

6 Comments

Leave a Reply
  1. I have been seeing it. I always see the message that in the last 7 days your ads have been appearing in an authorize site. And what I see is blogger.com but I don't panic since I didn't authorize the site.

    Anyway I love this your new redesign template. What's reasons behind it?

  2. Is good you took time to explained this, though i have not come across it. Now i know just encase i stumble upon it, i will not like..What Da Heck is this?

Leave a Reply

We're glad you have chosen to leave a comment. Please keep in mind that comments are moderated according to our comment policy. Your email address is required but will not be published. No keyword stuffing in the name field and commenting from blah blah blah makes no sense. Thank You.

Money Transfer from GTBank to GT and Other Bank Accounts Using *737 ShortCode

Spot.IM Social Network Integration Widget for Blogger and WordPress Blogs