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Old 30th April 2016, 02:36 PM   #1

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Default Drilling Down On High Value RPM / CPM Days Data.

The general question is, when I have a high value result on Google Adsense, is it possible to narrow down the source of that visitor, or better the page they where viewing.

I have been using Adsense, Webmaster and Analytics for over a year now. My website is not high traffic but occasionally I see what seems to me to be a very high value visitor.

I have seen Page RPM hit over $800 ( I hope I can say that without Google banning me ) so I REALLY would love to know what my visitor was looking at so I can create more of that content.

So is there any way to correlate a Adsense RPM numbers with the page that is visited? I have tried but with very limited results.

Here is an example:

Two page views from the UK generated these numbers in Adsense

Sun, Apr 3, 2016
2 Page views
6 Impressions
1 Clicks
261.85 Page RPM
87.28 Impression RPM
.52 Estimated earnings

From Google Analytics I see that I had 3 Sessions from the UK and I can see what cities they are from. London, Runcorn and Hull.

So I tried to correlate but Adsense seems to contradict Analytics.

I also run Piwik on my website, but is there an "easy" way to correlate what page views resulted in these higher numbers? Do I have to pay for the more professional version of analytics to get this information? I have become frustrated, am I the only one?

I spent additional time in my Access Logs and I think I found who visited what page, but I am still confused as to why it generated a high RPM.

Am I wasting my time? Are the high value visits more about who the visitor might happen to be and not about any repeatable action I could take?

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