January has been a bad month in terms of page eCPM. However, I noticed I got about 150 more clicks than December! Would that be considered an improvement even though I made about the same as last month?
If I could make the same amount of clicks I did this month, maybe next month could exponentially better? hmmm...
To me it would be a bad month if your obsessing about such figures...
I would consider it an improvement since I am experience low CPC in January.
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