I'm not even sure what I'm asking, but I believe that Google has some form of 'pricing' the click-through value of our content depending on whether they consider our content to be of good quality (overall), or spammy, or perhaps something in between?
That is, I am wondering if Hubber X might get 2 or three dollars for a click because they have a great reputation of posting only quality content, whereas another person may get a much less return for people who click on THE VERY SAME advertisement, because Google has quality-priced that publisher(writer) as less on the quality scale.
It's called "smart pricing." If your clicks consistently don't convert well for the advertisers, you run the risk of have your clicks devalued.
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