I thought that my earnings increase as traffic and impressions increase, but it happens that my earnings dropped yesterday even with large impressions of 427 unlike other days. Please explain to me for I am getting confused about this.
Page Views followed by valid clicks is good earnings but page views with no clicks is just like shuffling the cards. Make the page viewers to stick to your pages so that they may feel interested to know more through displayed links - opening the treasurer for you, the author. Good Luck.
by rancidTaste8 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by weblog9 years ago
I'm just curious - Do you see your HP profile page, tag pages (clicks and impressions) in adsense reports? I mean, if you are using URL Channels for it.
by Leigha Havard7 days ago
I have about 4/5 featured hubs and I started about 2 weeks ago, I'm just curious as to how all of this works! All of my scores are in the 50s and between 14-77 ~ever views~
by Mary McShane4 years ago
Since I'm pretty new here at HP (9 weeks), I was wondering about fluctuations on the Earnings Page - mostly DROPS, not increases. It's not a ton of money, mind you, but I am wondering about why the amount goes down. In...
by John Welford8 years ago
Please forgive my ignorance, folks, but I'm really not sure that I understand how Adsense works. I can see that clicks on Ads give you cash, but why is there also a running total for "impressions"?Firstly,...
by bloggerdollar10 years ago
First of all Hello to all hubbers,I'm new in community maybe you've seen some of my articles.I have a question about Amazon affiliates. I've never used amazon before so I got sth to ask.I am using the amazon widget...
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