Why have my Adsense clicks been much lower in PPC?
Back when I had less than 100 hubs I would get much more for a click. Lately I been getting less than 10 cents for a click. Did Google change there policies or ? Man this is disconcerting, cause it seems I would need 1500 hubs to make any success out of this low PPC..... I did have some above 30 cent days for a while, but this is going to make my moral low.
It all depends if you changed anything or not. If you added image ads you will get less per click.
But Adsense works the same as if you were running a PPC campaign. If there are a lot of people bidding on a certain Key word the cost for that key word will go up. If not as many people are bidding on it it will not be worth as much.
So you are probably getting less money because not as many people want to bid on the words your pages are targeting right now.
Give it a little time. The holidays are almost here and that is when the real MONEY starts rolling in.
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