What is your adsense ctr? mine rarely passes 1 p.c. i dont know if i am doing something wrong that warrants my low adsense ctr?
Much of it depends on the topic of your hub but there are some things you can experiment with. Try adjusting the location of your images and the way you lay out your hub. As you make changes, it will impact where your ads appear and this can sometimes have a big impact on your CTR. Hope that helps!
Disclosing your CTR is a violation of the AdSense terms of service.
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Whereabouts are you quoting this figure from?
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