What is the click through rate? Example I have 100hubs, how many clicks would I expect per month?
It really depends on your content. I have some Hubs that get tons of traffic but no advertising clicks.
Also if your CTR is to high it may cause problems with adsense as well. I have heard horror stories about people losing their accounts because of "to much or suspicious" click activity. odd.
So is that means, if you get low click rate, you don't get much paid. If you get high click rate, you could be banned from google adsense? So you are in a lose lose situation.
by Person of Interest6 years ago
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by spuds10 years ago
Whereabouts are you quoting this figure from?
by girly_girl098 years ago
I've been on Adsense since the 20th and have about 77 hub views (for all 8 of my hubs) and one click-through. Am I headed in the right direction? It's been two days now...what was your first week or so like?I know that...
by grumpyjacksa9 years ago
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by Paul Maplesden3 years ago
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by crazycatman5 years ago
I have just over 500 Google Ad imprints this month but no click through. Any ideas on what I'm doing wrong?
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