Has anyone noticed a drop in CPC on their adsense clicks from above $1.00 down to $.01 recently?
I haven't noticed anything differently recently, but I can tell you that the CPC seems to go all over the place. In trying to figure out trends, it does seem that the earlier clicks (during the day) often pay more. This does make some sense because advertisers set daily budgets and as such, many of them may tap out during the day, leaving the lower PPC bidders to consume the clicks later in the day.
I don't know if this helps, but that has been my experience.
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