There is no given ratio in adsense. The same writing can earn more or less on different days for the same number of impressions. Adsense is a market place: it can only provide relevant ads if someone wants to advertise on a subject and how much you are paid will depend on how much people are willing to pay for the click.
Or, in other words, there is no answer to your question.
Discussing one's click-through rates happens to be against Adsense TOS.
by rancidTaste 9 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 LondonGirl 9 years ago
What determines how much you get per click in Adsense? Is it the topic, or some weird witchy-brew no-one really understands?I ask because 2 things have confused me, looking just now at my account, for the first time in a while.my Easter Eggs hub has been getting lots of traffic and a few clicks...
by Traqqer 7 years ago
I haven't taken full advantage of Amazon affiliate marketing until recently. How do your earnings between Amazon and Adsense compare?
by Demas W Jasper 6 years ago
Is it really asking too much when you enjoy a Hub to click on an interesting ad? (Block Pop Ups)Much of our readership is our own community. We are admonished not to have same-last-name family members click on the ads (for fear of losing Google Adsense affiliaton.) So what is really...
by Brett Foster 2 years ago
Basically, I mean that us hubbers put countless hours of work into writing one quality hub after another which in turn increases hubpages revenue, which allows them to enjoy the fruits of its writers dedication and labor. I know writing on hubpages is presented to us like hubpages is doing all us...
by CMOE 10 years ago
I am sure many people have ask this question, but I am wondering how much money is possible with adsence. How many sites does it usually take to start making significant money? Also, if the service is a pay per click way of charging clients, aren't there a lot of people that abuse this...
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