highest number of clicks in a day, and highest single click earning...
Highest about $4, as far as I am aware. Most clicks about 18 or 19. I tend to just look at my daily earnings though, which are about $2.75 per day for October.
I had about $25 or so the Monday. I've had as high as $30, but it doesn't happen often.
There's no way to tell what your highest click earning is... Well, I guess you could if you only got one click and no impression $.
WOW! thats awesome. My highest is £3.42p, and i was over the moon!
Even if you could figure out what it was, that's one of those pieces of info that Google says you can't disclose in their TOS.
My highest AdSense day was $41 and change.
So far my highest day was $14. Last month was my best month yet, at $97. This month's aiming to be about that much as well.
The first Christmas season adsense was up and running, I made $126 on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. But adsense was a much different program then.
Oh, that $4 is probably my highest CLICK..... my best adsense day has been about $9. I am only a couple of decent clicks away from beating that today to be honest.
My best Adsense day so far has been about $3. Hope to see a lot more days like that!
The three months around Christmas its not uncommon to see many hundred dollar adsense days from one of my niches
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