I noticed when I checked my adsense that for a few days now the adsense earning is down again, the number of click is the same but the rate is down... Anyone experience that?
it is a google thing, when alot of people click on a link and dont buy anything from the site google reduces the cost to the advertiser therefore this reduces the money paid out to you.....jimmy
Google sometimes see them as invalid clicks and it takes the price down, I guess.
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