What ad sense revenue would you expect after 1'000 views ?
Do not specifically disclose precises figures, but how much have you, or are you expecting to make after this first goal of 1'000 views ?
Somewhere between $2-$5. For high adsense earnings you need a lot of traffic (in general).
Based on my small sample size, and my very early experiences, around 5 dollars. But I believe ths will be variable based on the content, and therefore which products and services are shown in the ads.
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