i am a bit worried, i now have more clicks than in the past yet, earnings drop more than in the past. for instance, i got <snipped> clicks in total last month, total earnings = €39.05, and now i have around <snipped> = >€41, but in the past i do get around <snipped> per month giving
I don't go out looking for chicks anymore for that very reason!
How do they justify charging more for less?
@pearldiver, please i want to figure out why mine is this way, if you can, let me hear yours please...no one would still your earnings away if you do, i am very sure thats impossible at the moment...just for knowledge exchange can you let the figures out please?
and remember i am not saying i am hunting for clicks, no reasonable publisher would hunt for clicks, they come naturally at their period...but it is sad to see such a huge number of clicks yet, poor earnings compared to past despite publishing more hubs with profitable keywords...isn't it disappointing to see this happen? i need a justification through individual comparisons...thanks
Mate... mine is not relevant as I write poetry and don't go after the clicks anymore! You need to always work on upgrading your keywords each quarter though (I believe).
Spend some time running your keywords and improving them... if you do those two exercises you will benefit. - maybe you already do this?
You have 70 hubs up, with some age on them, so you should be able to improve... a little at a time each month, should be your goal.
Check your ad spread... do you max your opportunities with higher paying ads?
I know that this is a general thing, so you must be active in always trying to improve! Don't just park your work or you will notice it being eroded - as you have.
Google only allow discussion of earnings, they frown on people discussing clicks and other Adsense stats.
In December, it was just coming up to Christmas, and the Advertising budgets were huge. In January, all the bills come for Christmas, and the advertising budgets are tiny. People tend not to buy during January.
Thank you Thomas, you are correct with the point you made, but i am pretty sure some highh earnings here on HP are mostly complaining of not having clk but not having more clks and malnurished earnings...why mine upside down?...its bordering me cos, if some publishers are able to get such, wow....the would be earning exorbitantly...don't you think so?
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