I would like to know, does more traffics generate more adsense revenue? Are you sure? Pleas reply.
An increase in quality traffic usually does mean an increase in revenue.
And a decrease in quality traffic will also mean less revenue.
I agree with darkside. Generally more traffic means more clicks and more quality traffic means more revenue.
I agree to darkside but partially. Though generally rise in traffic should mean more clicks but it is not always true. My February traffic has increased by 20-30% compared to January the revenue and clicks have almost dried up. I hope its a temporary phase.
Thanks for your reply, I too agree it partially with providing example as below;
For example: 200 pages impressions gives few cents or less than 1 dollar for very few clicks or no click with no revenue, and, around 80 page impressions (less one compare to 200) gives around 1 dollar or more with fortune clicks from unique and genuine visitors.
It is depend on online visitors' choice on our article selection via search and traffic that lead to click ads.
Also, possible that more traffic means more chances for clicks and revenue too.
All the best for all
Its a combo of things
1. The topic your hub is about some keywords based in stocks and forex and pay you upwards of $20 + per click!
2. Amount of traffic only plays a factor if its banners displaying on a CPM basis which Google adsesne does provide.
it is more likely that per 1000 page views average earning is 3.5 to 5 USD, but this is no guarantee it can be lower or higher based on the price of the keyword
amount of click is dependent on the bid for the keyword in that specific day/time
As far as I know, where the traffic comes from also can influence the amount of revenue it will generate. I mean by this some traffic sources are more likely to respond to the ads. than others.
Dear All Friends,
Thanks for your valuable reply. Special thanks to "visitmaniac" for special suggestion. All the best to all for more $$$.
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