In my site, Google Analytics (under Behavior > Overview) shows a revenue of $0.58. However, it is not clear if this is for the day or for the entire week.

The timeline shows May 5 to May 11, so I am thinking this revenue is for the week, but as can be seen in the screenshot below, Day is also chosen, so I am confused which of the two the revenue of $0.58 refers to.

Google Analytics screenshot of revenue

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The day icon refers to the interval of the graph along the horizontal axis.

In your case, the period of interest is the week of May 5th - May 11th broken down by days. If you choose hour you will see a more detailed graph of the same period, but the same revenue. However if you change the breadth of dates e.g. last month, you will see a completely different set of results and likely a different amount of revenue.

The graph shows that you had a slight increase in page views over the week being examined and the table shows you earned 58c over that period.

  • $0.58 for the entire week.. Would you consider this a fine start? The site is about 2 and a half months old.
    – JAT86
    Commented May 12, 2018 at 4:23
  • Sure it is a start...but it has taken me quite a while to get to $100 a week.
    – Steve
    Commented May 12, 2018 at 4:30

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