[Question About Adsense] Where did they come?

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Dear Warriors,

it's been quite a long time since I log in to my adsense account.
About 2-3 months ago, last time I check it was around $20.. Well, it's normal, considering I don't put much effort on it, lol. So I was ignoring adsense since then, and not doing anything to promote.

However, just today, I log in to my account, and my earnings until today is $140!
Waaww.. I know some of you guys here are earning thousand times than that, but it really surprise me that I actually do nothing but the earning has grow.. I don't even remember where did I put my adsense ads??

So, my question is :
Are there any way to find out where are those clicks coming from??
I'm really curious to find out..

Any kind of help would be really appriciated

Oki Trice
#internet marketing #adsense #question
  • Profile picture of the author zoobie
    you can set up channels to your ads and it will see where are the clicks coming from
  • Profile picture of the author Mark Brian
    That is why Adsense is still cool. You can leave it as is and it will grow like a bank account (low interest rate only lol ). Like what was said you can use channels to track the codes.
  • Profile picture of the author minisite911
    thanks for the response.. but I don't think this is what I'm looking for..

    setting up channels can only be done BEFORE the ads was running, right?

    In my case, ads are already up and running WITHOUT any channels..

    are there any way to do it?
  • Profile picture of the author Mark Brian
    Ahh, I'm afraid you can no longer track that.
  • Profile picture of the author minisite911

    thanks Mark
  • Profile picture of the author Wonderbaum
    I believe that there is a SEO plugin to Firefox that has a built in feuature that will show you other sites that uses the same Adsense ID. So if you install the plugin and sets up a new page with adsense you might be able to locate it. I don't know if it works but its worth a try.

    This is the plugin: SeoQuake - extension for Mozilla Firefox browser
  • Profile picture of the author minisite911
    Thanks a lot Mikael, I'm gonna give it a try and post here, in case other warrior would like to know the result


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