I bring to your attention section 7 of the AdSense terms of service, which prohibits revealing click-through rate. Google has been known to suspend accounts, so I'd be careful.
I'd love to know who the people are who expect to make 1 or 2 %
The accepted norm for the majority of adsense publishers is anything from 10-20% many sites will regularly make upto 30% It all depends on lots of factors inclucing how you build your sites. what are your target market and which ad positions you use. I am talking about hand built sites with good content If you want to generate loads of site and use a few gray hat tricks then you'll get a much higer CTR...
Can the admin delete this posts? Unknowingly I too have been stupid! Thanks Paul.
Yeahhh slightly confused myself as to why you would want to decrease it !!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Paul Maplesden2 years ago
Every year, SearchMetrics produces an exhaustive report on how various 'ranking factors' for webpages influence where they appear in organic Google search results. The report is designed to give an insight into how...
by Person of Interest5 years ago
"How do you get someone to click on your links on Twitter? This seems one of the most pressing questions I see coming up day in day out. And rightly so. Figuring out how to attract more people that like what you...
by David 4707 years ago
Last month my click through ratio was <snipped>, but now this month it has dramatically reduced to <snipped>. This is horrible and I have the same amount of traffic similar anyway as last month. It looks as...
by Sharilee Swaity6 years ago
I am puzzled because even when my traffic gets a bit better (low for some, but still good for me right now), my CTR rate for Google is almost always nothing. I get something from Google about once a month, if that, with...
by Daniel Long5 years ago
What is your adsense ctr? mine rarely passes 1 p.c. i dont know if i am doing something wrong that warrants my low adsense ctr?
by jaymz9 years ago
Do we get revenue from our own purchases from ebay?
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