I bring to your attention section 7 of the AdSense terms of service, which prohibits revealing click-through rate. Google has been known to suspend accounts, so I'd be careful.
I'd love to know who the people are who expect to make 1 or 2 %
The accepted norm for the majority of adsense publishers is anything from 10-20% many sites will regularly make upto 30% It all depends on lots of factors inclucing how you build your sites. what are your target market and which ad positions you use. I am talking about hand built sites with good content If you want to generate loads of site and use a few gray hat tricks then you'll get a much higer CTR...
Can the admin delete this posts? Unknowingly I too have been stupid! Thanks Paul.
Yeahhh slightly confused myself as to why you would want to decrease it !!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Sharilee Swaity5 years ago
I am puzzled because even when my traffic gets a bit better (low for some, but still good for me right now), my CTR rate for Google is almost always nothing. I get something from Google about once a month, if that, with...
by Paul Maplesden2 years ago
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by prayerpower2 weeks ago
What article blogging sites are similar to Hubpages that pay ad revenue? I was just curious.
by HELLA6 years ago
Can someone briefly explain click through rate in layman's terms? A couple hubs have 0%, some have 25%, and some have 100%...which is best? Thanks!
by Person of Interest5 years ago
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by Susana S6 years ago
There have been several theories about what content Google is penalising and rewarding in the search results but at the moment it does seem a bit random (from my end). Let's compare notes and hopefully we can see some...
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