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 David 470 9 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 though I will have to produce 1000 hubs if my ctr is going to crap...
by Beth100 9 years ago
Ok, writing is a snap but I've decided to try and venture into sales hubs. Never done this before....could use some good pointers to improve these and future ones. My first attempt: http://hubpages.com/hub/Buy-Swarovski-C … DecoratingMy second attempt: ...
by crazycatman 7 years ago
I have just over 500 Google Ad imprints this month but no click through. Any ideas on what I'm doing wrong?
by jaymz 11 years ago
Do we get revenue from our own purchases from ebay?
by megs78 10 years ago
I have <snipped -AdSense policy violation> impressions give or take and <snipped>clicks which gives a click through rate of about <snipped>% which i think is probably a little low.
by Paul Maplesden 4 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 various aspects of a webpage correlate to a better position in search. They analyze...
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