Ive always wondered what percentage of the advertiser cost my ads get, today I found this rather old article from the NYT..
i bet its still roughly true..its about what I estimated
.... because for every dollar the company brings in through AdSense and other places that distribute its ads, it pays roughly 78.5 cents back to sites
Pretty cool news, I thought it was a bit lower actually
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/16/techn … .html?_r=1
That is intersting to know...thanks for posting the info on here.
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