I only have a few hubs up and admittedly don't get a deluge of page views, but I do get a few AdSense clicks. So, there are days when my CTR is <snipped>. (I don't remember 100%) I wonder if it is possible to get a CTR above 100% if someone clicks on more than one ad in an article.
You need to delete that information from this thread Tom. As Relache wrote, it's violating the terms of service of AdSense. You could lose your account.
thats a pretty general description of multiple clickthroughs that appeared on multiple days
its approximate enough, I wouldn't be sweating the TOS brigade
in your example you could theoretically get a higher than 100% ctr, im not sure i ever noticed that myself though
5 clicks, 8 cents total.
I am inventing a new acronym.
It is called STR.
Otherwise know as the suck-through-rate.
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