My hubs that get the most pageviews seem to be the ones that make the least $ per click, and my high $ per click pages seem to have the least traffic. Is this normal?
P.S. I wish poetry people were more materialistic I'd make bank
Consider that high paying keywords generally have high levels of competition and vice versa.
As ads are based on your keywords, that means that hubs with high paying clicks will probably have higher levels of competition resulting in lower traffic.
Note that the Keyword Tool supplies current bid values for various keywords - you might find it useful to do some research there.
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