Today i got 9 clicks but the earning was US$0.99. what is the reason for less earning?
Every ad AdSense displays has a different value - from $0.10 (I think) to somewhere around $4 (I think).
The value you are paid for a particular click depends on at least 3 factors.
1) How popular the keyword is that the ad is aimed at
2) How much competition there is for a particular keyword among advertisers
3) How much the advertiser has decided to pay Google (you can pay more so your ads are placed in better positions compared to your competition).
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