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 Seth Winter6 years ago
I recently signed up for hubpages Ive written a few articles and so far I have about 500 views and my CPM shows about 7.50. I assumed the 7.50 was how much money ive made on people visiting ads on my page but a friend...
by Sharilee Swaity6 years ago
I've been searching the site for an answer to this question, but can't find it, so am going to ask. Is the new HP ad program paid by number of impressions, number of clicks, or both? The reason I ask it that it lists...
by rancidTaste8 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 LondonGirl8 years ago
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by Brett Foster22 months ago
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by Traqqer6 years ago
I haven't taken full advantage of Amazon affiliate marketing until recently. How do your earnings between Amazon and Adsense compare?
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