this goes out to all hubpages users.
I have found my adsense CTR is falling . It used to be <snipped - violation of AdSense TOS> now its somewhere around <a lower figure> and falling.
IF you guys would like to share your figures that would be nice.
Seeing as it is impossible to change the positioning of the adsense boxes I have no idea how to increase the % ( OK find appealing keywords with good ads of course )
3 weeks and 11 hubs seems premature to be worrying about stats like CTR (unless you have a more seasoned user name with lots of hubs). I’m coming up on my 1 year anniversary at HubPages at the end of this month, but my hubs are still “new” in terms of hub life. I only recently passed 100K total views for my hubs.
I didn’t even sign up for AdSense until I was 3 months here at HP. Lissie and others advised this at a time when a lot of hubbers were being denied by AdSense. I’m glad I waited because earnings at that point were minimum, and I saved myself 3 months of obsessively looking at disappointing stats!
All that said, I believe I recall sunforged stating recently that average click through rate was 1% to 4%. And I think Mark Knowles quoted HP staff as stating average eCPM was $2-$5.
I suggest you make a chart of your end of month AdSense hub stats, and see if they trend upwards. Don’t obsess on daily fluctuations.
by pertibha321 9 years ago
i am personally feeling that and also have been read in some popular blogs that earning from adsense is falling because most of the peoples are aware about adsense ads now a days and thats why they dont like to click on ads what you say?
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