Anyone else see a big rise in revenue today? Pay per click for me must of been high. I checked my adsense, and was surprised to see I beat many previous days, and its only 5:00.
Funny too, its a monday
Meh. Slightly above average.
These things always wax and wane. It's the month and the quarter that matter.
Is it possible that advertisers pay different amounts for different days of the week?
We as adsense users, do not really know what happens with advertisers bidding and etc.
Maybe the rain and snow are keeping people in and on their computers. Enjoy it!
I've had 52 clicks today so far, earnings slightly above average
Advertisers do pause campaigns and start them on particular days of the week, I have worked for several companies where using adwords at the right time was integral to their online marketing campaign.
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