This amusing and pithy post about a certain subject has been edited by the author who is in a complete meltdown over the possibility of revealing details about you know what.
All I am prepared to say is that something may or may not have happened and it may or may not have filled me with joy.
It is sometimes annoying that I don't achieve many clicks anymore, and when I do achieve a click I earn only a matter of cents.
I want to bring to attention that I used the word achieve because I don't get adsense clicks even every week now... So it really is a surprise when I get a click
I would be happy to read the hub you write though!
I am new here so I am so excited for my first click. I think it will be awesome. Can't wait for it.
i remember the days when i would rush in from work and check the clicks- they are over, that's the trouble with HP the daily update is not so much fun! still i suppose cents every day is not to be sneezed at! I had a payout from Mr G in May, unless circumstances change, I calculate at present levels the next pay out should be somewhere before I become a grandma ( note daughters are at uni, not married and no intention of having kids- so it is a pretty indefinate time scale)
Just a quick note - it's a good idea to avoid openly telling people your CTR, click values or anything like that. It is possible to get banned from Adsense for that.
Thanks Wrylilt - did I mention that? Or are you warning me in advance? I am very careful with my Adsense account and details, etc.
Both you and DIY were borderline - so I thought I'd just throw the warning out there!
I have edited it to destruction. Publish and be damned my ass.
Whoops, how do I edit after the fact?
Press "more" under your comment and choose "edit" - we'll both go underground,
Oh yes, you're right, it must have timer on it.
Then I suspect your only option is to flag your own post.
tbh I'm not convinced that report clicks and values is a problem anyway. I thought it was ctr that was the tricky area.
Best to be safe though!
five months running and I only have a few clicks. is it always this frustrating?
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