One of my friend check his google adsense account and found out that there was no click, but to his surprise he is making 1 cent. Why so?
Impression based revenue, there are ads that pay by impression, no need for clicks.
The Income Guru must have known the answer to this little question.
Search CPM Ads on Google.
If a user stays on a page long enough, this contributes to paid impressions. I'm not sure how its calculated though.
obviously, it doesn't mean you could leave a page open all day long and receive anything significant.
Because some advertisers on Google's Network pay based on impressions.
You can even get some more cents if you can increase your CPM value though. I get much better through my blog too.
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