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  1. golddiggerguy United Kingdom

    golddiggerguy Well-Known Member

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    I have a site that shows on the server stats only getting 4-5 hits a day but adsense shows under the site Channel 100+ and a healthy bit of rev from it too.

    Trouble is I think i may have put the code on another site too by mistake.

    How can I see the actual URL where the clicks are from using Google adsense portal?

    I have 100s of sites so would be a nightmare looking for code on sites relating to it.
     
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  3. jimm United Kingdom

    jimm Active Member

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    No way that i know of in adsence.
    One way to do it would be if you have a copy of all your sites source code you could just use grep to search the files. But i suspect you use WP and insert the ads via the db.
    Without access to the server (to do some parsing of directorys to get the sites) or creating a list of sites to spider I cant think of a way which would be quicker than searching yourself.
     
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    If you have ads on the homepage of each site, just write a script to loop through all your domains and visit each site, then save the page contents of each site's homepage in a directory using the domain as the file name. Then you could just grep the directory.
     
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    Add the domains as URL channels, should then show you accurate revenue/impressions in the future.
     
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