Yes I don't have much information about CTR and CPM but i know the more the quality content you have the more you will get earnings in adsense.
And any expert hubber will give you much information about this also.
Until the "estimated" number are verified, Google says they could change slightly. That's why they use the term "estimate" until they have a chance to review all the account activity and data.
So there is a small degree of fluctuation that could happen.
They seemed to be jacking with my reports (visitors were about the same each day, but earnings were extremely erratic) for about 2 to 3 months right before they decided to disabled my account for undisclosed reasons and keep my earnings for themselves. (They did this right before they were supposed to be sending me a check. If you do a search on "Adsense Scam," you'll see that this is a common tactic they use whenever they owe someone money and don't want to pay.)
There are plenty of articles expressing skepticism about Google not registering hits accurately if you look on-line.
They are absolutely not to be trusted.
by Ponx7 years ago
I am a little confused here. What does "Estimated Earnings" mean in Google Adsense? And what is my actual earning in that case and where can I see it?
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