AdSense AMP – Near 5,000 page views and 0 impressions [closed]

As the title I’m getting near 5,000 page views without a single impression.

I’ve installed the AdSense auto ads code in the normal pages and showing ads normally.

Also AMP auto ads codes are installed correctly and in AdSense platform report showing me that the pages are getting views, but 0 impressions.

To check the amp version of any page on the website, add /amp to the tail of the URL.

Screenshots: Content Platform : https://prnt.sc/111q6te AMP is ON : https://prnt.sc/111q8cz

Which Part Adsense Code To Remove

I am using a custom Blogger template and the Layout widgets are not working. I need to remove a Adsense Link ad.

I tried removing the code, but the whole site disappeared. Could someone tell me which part of the code should I delete.

The HTML code is:

<b:widget id='HTML3' locked='false' title='' type='HTML' version='1'>
<b:widget-settings>
<b:widget-setting name='content'>&lt;center&gt;&lt;script async…

Which Part Adsense Code To Remove

Pagespeed insight score low after adding Googel Analytics & Adsense [closed]

I Added google analytics and adsense code in my html. After that my Google Page Speed Insight score becomes 65 from 90+. Is there anything I could do to optimize both these.

Insight link –

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcsetutorials.com%2Frate-limiter-design-techniques.html

Adsense Reporting – Finding Earning not Attributed to an Ad Unit

I’ve been a publisher using Adsense since 2006.

Up until sometime in 2020, I was pretty good with having all ad placements allocated to (or "tied to") Ad Units.

Recently though, as much as half of my actual earnings don’t show up in the Ad Units report. e.g. If my overall earnings on a given day was $ 60, only $ 30 of that shows up in the Ad Units report.

Clearly I must have an ad (or multiple ads) running that don’t have an Ad Unit?

How would I go about troubleshooting that?

It’s all on the same site/domain so hopefully it won’t be too hard to track down.

Can I put Google Adsense and Analytics at the end of the page instead of the beginning?

I wrote a very fast website that scored 99% on GTMetrix and PageSpeed Insights.

Then I added Google Analytics and Google Adsense to the site, adding the scripts to the head section, as advised by Google.

Subsequently PageSpeed Insights has reduced my score to 61, blaming slow and unused javascript.

It is saying things like "Third-party code blocked the main thread for 1,080 ms". (Why is it even blocking? It is marked as async..)

It’s really absurd, and my website ranking has also tanked.

Can I fix this by putting the relevant code at the bottom instead of the top?

Trouble diagnosing an AdSense Viewability / Active View issue

I’m having a viewability issue with a vertical Adsense placement (300×600 and under).

It’s a pretty standard above-the-fold, right column placement. The top of the placement starts around 200 px from the top of the browser window, so it’s a very visible placement. Easily the most visible on the site for desktop users.

The placement is hidden in mobile (by hiding the parent per current AdSense regulations) and doesn’t serve to mobile devices. (This is tested and confirmed, btw… so that’s not the issue).

The placement is currently scoring a meager 30% Active View in AdSense reports, which means it’s serving and not being seen — a lot.

Where else should I be looking to diagnose this problem? I’m pretty sure the viewability issue is negatively impacting RPM.

The site has excellent traction, with over 6 ppv and an average pageview time of nearly 1 minute. The bounce rate is a very healthy 33%. The CWV on the page are all healthy (Rather, as healthy as can be expected with a site running AdSense).

Anyone familiar with viewability / active view issues? Any thoughts on where else the issue could lie?

Thanks.

How to manage page caching to serve different AdSense units for Mobile and Desktop

I’m trying to cache the pages of my website, which are responsive and show the same contents for Desktop and for Mobile, with the exception of the location of the AdSense units if the visit is from Desktop or from Mobile:

  • for Desktop, I place the first ad (a 728×90 banner) just under the page title
  • for Mobile, the first ad is a below-the-fold 300×250 unit

The rest of the HTML contents are identical, except the AdSense code for the first ad. So I cannot cache the pages and I must query the database with the consequent load increment.

I wondered if any of you had similar experiences. Would you place the same AdSense code (e.g. responsive units) for the first ad (for both Desktop and Mobile), just in the below-the-fold of the mobile pages?