I had a very high priced click for me anyway yesterday and I was able to determine which hub it came from on Analytics, but is there a way to break it down more to find out what they clicked on or what keyword the ad was responding to?
Content -> Adsense (https://www.google.com/analytics/report … e_overview)
Adsense details -> top adsense content (click on content you decided was the source of click)
Analyze (drop down box) -> entrance keywords
You might have jsut got lucky, Adsense has to distribute adverts from people who pay everything from $0.01 to $10.00 for the same keyword, I personally don't know how Google distributes these, but I often get asked why people who focus on high paying keywords only get a couple of cents a click when tehy feel they should be getting a dollar plus.
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