That was surprising to see. I have never received one that high.
Excellent Janet, that is a premium click!
A high paying ad click, try and check any analytics to see what that keyword could be!
Well done, this is what we all aim for!
3.23 mean ? high of one day earning :-x
i am reached 8.57 . its my high level.
I got one click of $ 2.94..
But I don"t know how to see from where that click came from, for which key word.. I don't know..
Oh, my gosh! I would be jumping up and down. This is great! The highest I have recieved is just under $2.00, but not with hubpages, haven't earned anything yet. Have to write more hubs.
Impossible that 9.90 per click ,
who pay for that rich amount of per click to google .
1 to 3 is possible.
search in google for high paying keywords you will be knowing
yeah I always log on here to lie LOL. I understand that a lot financial, credit card, specific types of lawyers etc pay up to $20/$30 a click - Iwish I knew what had caused mine :-( Prices vary a lot depending on the location of the clicker, time of day etc too
My recent experience shows that same very hubs provide more or less earnings with same number of clicks, but with different daily CTR. When it's over 7%, I get substantially more, so I will keep close eye on all other poor performing blogs which are responsible for lowering the overall CTR.
i am forgotten that , now remember ,
really sorry , i believe that 9.00 $ per click . that possible , this true news collected from bidvertiser Pay per click program , they are given that payout from US clicks .
I think there are sites tha sell high paying keywords if you're interested. A sample will be free.
Don't worry , if u like high paid keyword , join with bidvertiser publisher group and get listed of high paid advertiser list .
i think , u are genius so , simply make keyword from that advertiser.
I recently got a $3+ click from a hub, too. It made me look forward to my hubs hitting "critical mass" one day, if you will. All clicks from hubs seem to pay better than the ones I get from Xomba.
I think the lowest paying click I have had from a hub so far has been around $.25. I'll take 400 of those/day. ha ha!
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by sunforged 10 years ago
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by Isaac Asante 5 years ago
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by midnightauthor 10 years ago
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