Support » Plugin: Google AdSense Click-Fraud Monitoring Plugin » Custom class causing adsense analytics data error?

  • Resolved harvmob


    Having issue in analytics seeing adsense click data.

    When I click on adsense report in analytics it shows no impressions, clicks etc. It does show that it’s linked and gives overall adsense information in analytics (earnings per day, lifetime etc.)

    Went through all of Googles documentation and appears as if all is setup correctly. Analytics is working fine, adsense is working fine.

    I have my analytics code manually inserted per guidelines using universal analytics and adsense account linked to the analytics property through settings in Google.

    I’m back tracking now to see if a plugin could be causing the issue. This is the only one I could think of that we have installed that influences adsense, thus the possibility of the adsense/analytics reporting missing data.

    From the plugins settings, could the custom class cause this? My settings have active “cfmonitor” stored in this field.

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  • Plugin Author Rene Hermenau


    No! The plugin is not the problem.

    Google is internally connecting your adsense and analytic account with their own systems. When you say, both are working properly individual the problem must be on Google. I suggest to ask in the official google forum for support about it:!topic/dfp/L43Y35s4RO8

    problem could be the async code of google adsense. Try to use the sync code and wait a few days.

    Should we use the default name of custom class i.e. ” cfmonitor ” ? If i use this name, will it work properly, or there is a need to change it?
    Secondly, below this custom class option, there is a option for url run check where default is . What is its use for me? Should i need to change it , if yes, then to what? Please help me , it is not showing any ip adress information till now. However, my adsense is working properly…

    Plugin Author Rene Hermenau


    Yes change the default url to any url on your website where you have published any adsense. But its only for testing purposes. You can just ignore that if you are sure that any sample content like <div class=”cfmonitor”>click here</div> is working on your site.

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