So far today Im up to about 2000 views but not many clicks
May its slow recovery still from Xmas and Recession?
that is a brilliant expression..... a low click day, i will use it as often as possible.
Do you think it is all due to Algo or slow return after Xmas and because of economic climate?
Not yet mate, still waiting for an invite..haven't checked my mail today..do you know if more invites have gone out?
Man, if you think 1 out of 100 is a poor showing, you'd wet yourself if you saw what happened to my CTR after adding the HP plus Google destroying traffic.
My clicks are on average for my normal day, but revenue is up compared to the last few weeks.
One way or the other, I am going to find a better way...
I have not had one Adsense click in 7 days. Yes, I am part of the HP Ad Program.
I have been looking very carefully at the Adsense TOS recently, and it contains the following sentence:
"In addition, Google reserves the right to terminate without notice any account that has not generated a sufficient number of valid clicks on Ads or Referral Buttons or valid impressions of Ads (in each case as measured by Google) for a period of two (2) months or more."
How would we know what are "a sufficient number of valid clicks or impressions", since Google doesn't spell it out?
Is this anything to be concerned about, considering my situation may not get much better over the next little while? Not that I'm displeased with the HP Ad Program, but you get the idea.
Hey Grace, I don't think it's anything to worry about unless you go the entire two months without generating any clicks whatsoever.
I’m going to go check my mail for an invite. Rant pending…
Thanks Paradigm, Just waiting on Izzy now.. I didnt give exact CTR anyway
There ya go...deleted!!
It's a daft rule anyway this no disclosure.
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