Is it possible to have more clicks than page impression?
say 2 clicks from 1 impression.
I don't see why not. Someone could right-click, then open the advertisement in a new window or tab, without leaving the page. Then click again on a different ad on the same hub page.
I'm wondering.. and maybe this is an asinine thought, but if someone did right click and open an ad in a separate window, does it still count as a click?
I would think it did, but with some of the more strange browsers out there...
by Oyewole Folarin5 years ago
One of my friend check his google adsense account and found out that there was no click, but to his surprise he is making 1 cent. Why so?
by Michael Rickaby4 years ago
I'm a techno luddite. So maybe I'm missing something I should have read.I set up Google Adsense 7 months ago and it was working fine. Since payouts take a long time I haven't payed much attention to...
by rancidTaste7 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by HELLA6 years ago
Hello again! So looking at my Adsense Overview, I see a particular number of pageviews that doesn't seem to correspond to the page visits in Hubpages I have for the corresponding day. I currently only have Hubpages as...
by luisj3054 years ago
Although I do not have many hubs I put them together the best I can.But now having a couple of thousand views combined, I am thinking I have to be doing something wrong. Recently I have become more involved / active on...
by girly_girl097 years ago
First off, I reached 1/2 of my payout today, so that is very exciting! Thank you all for the advice so far, but I am in need of more. I am a little concerned, because I earned from two clicks this morning from a very...
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