How are the ad program impressions calculated?
I seem to get a lot for a little and a little for a lot. What am I missing?
The unique hits on your articles matter. Generally it depends on the quality and the SEO ranking of your articles. Generally, when a article is high quality with good SEO tags (and rankings etc.) then you get more visitors. More visitors means more money you earn!
Right I see. I guess you mean that unique hits and multiple hits show up the same. How we know what each one is is down to the earnings. Thing is, when I had hits via adwords, the same thing happened which got me wondering what the idea behind it all was..
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