Recently one of my friend got his adsense account disapproved as he had too many clicks compared to page impressions. Is there a limit as to what should be maximum permissible adsense Page CTR and Page eCPM?
If there were, it surely wouldn't be published. Adsense must have usage statistics on different kind of ads, content, and how the visitor came to the site; anything exceeding the norm will raise a red flag.
As far as I am aware there is no limit to that ratio, but there is a theoritical limit, and there is a norm.
Did google actually say that was the problem, or did he tell you that?
In theory Google want as many quality clicks as possible. What they do not want is accidental, fraudulent or clicks where people thinkthey are clicking to another part of teh same site.
There is no limit on maximum CTR if your click is genuine.
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