A low flying satellite's point of view:
I see landmasses below me, ahead of me, and behind me. All those landmasses are moving, so they are all time-dilated. Landmasses below me are not moving towards me or away from me, so I see those landmasses as time-dilated as they are. Landmasses ahead of me are moving towards me, which causes an effect where I see clocks on those landmasses running faster. Landmasses behind me are moving away from me, which causes an effect where I see clocks on those landmasses running slower. There are slightly more landmasses ahead of me than behind of me, so there would be slightly more clocks that I would see running fast than clocks that I would see running slow, if the land was evenly covered by clocks.
So, on the average the clocks tick a little bit faster than normal, and one clock's average ticking rate during a long time is a little bit faster than normal.