How am i earning £0.01 a day from adsense with no clicks?
It says on the account that no one has clicked on any ads so how am i earning a massive 1 pence a day from no clicks? Don't quite understand how it works being a newbie. Thanks in advance.
Some ads pay by "Earning per thousand impressions". So you get this amount on those ads which do not pay by clicks rather these ads pay according to impressions. I hope I have replied your question in totality.
All advertisers in adwords have to also give pay an ammount per thousand views. Since the minimum is 1 cent they usually only give that.
Thanks for the replies. Just getting to grips with this whole adsense thing so any help is very much appreciated.
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