Google Adsense Reporting Issue Has Been Resolved

Google Adsense Reporting Issue Has Been Resolved
From April 30 to May 1 most of the Google Ads and even some Google Adsense users have reported an issue with the reporting data of Google Ads and the company also shared insights about the same.

Now sharing addressing the issue, Google's Ads Developer blog published an article and shared that  "All reporting after 4am on May 2nd PST is accurate" and they are doing their best to clean out the system from this bug.

Sharing with the developers and users, Google said:
"On May 1, at approximately 5pm PST, a bug caused Google Ads reporting for April 30 and May 1 (Pacific Time) to be incorrect. This bug impacts reports in all Google Ads interfaces, including any report data downloaded via the AdWords API, Google Ads API and Google Ads Scripts."
Most of the Google Adsense publishers reported unnatural CTR and zero views issue, some even reported about 30000% CTR and the system was not able to show page-views.

However, it is confirmed that the issue was a result of a bug which was discovered on 30th April and the Google team has resolved it by 2nd May.

Making it clear, now if you were worrying about your Adsense account then be happy as it was a bug at Google's side, your website or blog is in safe mode and you can keep on earning dollars with Google Adsense account.

If you still have some questions and would like to talk about your issues then report your concerns to Google or comment below and I will try my best to answer you.

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