Yea 92 cents.
I maybe should rethink about adding more quality hubs, because all of mine are not well written or researched.
Andrew you are not allowed to disclose your CTR and click value. It will risk your adsense your adsense a/c. I hope HP moderators delete it.
Annd BTW congrats.
i changed it, now its just some random number im talking about.
Disclosing ctr etc is probably not a big issue any more now that Google have publicly announced their revenue share percentage.
BTW, Google's Terms and Conditions states that you cannot disclose "click-through rates or other statistics relating to Property performance in the Program provided to You by Google," but you CAN disclose "the amount of Google’s gross payments to You pursuant to the Program."
I also get a double digit click in one of my hubs.but the problem is that particular hub get a few traffic per day.
My advice for you , don't do that again ( don't click on your adsense ) , if google discovered that you will banned and lost every cent you win!!
There is nothing to worry about. I am still a member of the Google Adsense Publishing Program. (For the people worrying about me.)
For one, I never said this click directly came from Adsense, it could be a million different things. Secondly, I didn't post any CTR rates lrohner.
Next time before you go reading the world your favorite part of the memorized Adsense ToS, think about what your saying. Chill out foos.
(Yes, I get you were only trying to help me.)
Sorry, I can't resist being a smart ass. (And overall bad grammer.)
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