I regularly have very poor returns from Adsense for HP and my own sites for one or two days. Returns fall by 70%, particularly on Thursdays and Fridays, with no fall in traffic! It is happening now! - but this may be related to the latest Panda update - and the juggling of the ads displayed that is associated with it. Perhaps Adsense goes walkabout for a while? Or the ads are not relevant to the page for a day or so. Does anyone else see this? What causes it? Can I fix it?
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
My pulse rate has quickened...
by Fiction Teller 8 years ago
AdSense is way down today hereabouts. Traffic seems about average. But clicks and eCPM...yuck.Anybody also having a bad AdSense day, so I can feel happy I'm not alone? Or anybody want to make me frantic by telling me they're doing splendid today?I'm used to the fluctuations. But I would...
by David 470 7 years ago
What could be the cause of having extremely good days with adsense such as high Pay per click, high CTR, and etc....Then of course, you have the bad days. Very low CTR and or Pay per click....When I see bad days, it makes me feel like I need to start publishing 3+ hubs a day lol Do advertisers set...
by Person of Interest 8 years ago
What are folks opinions on Kontera these days?
by SunSeven 10 years ago
Is it site wide? I have been making adsense money in the range of 13-16 $ a day for more than 100 days. Now it has decreased to below 10$ per day. I track my referral traffic as well as my own traffic. Is something wrong? I still get the same amount of traffic. Paul, Jason, Maddie, anyone? What I...
by David 470 6 years ago
I seen a recent post where somebody said January was really bad for them. Many other people also said January is a bad month for adsense (generally) because advertisers are not paying as much since its Post-Xmas.I hope this is true because idk if I am personally doing bad, or if a lot of it...
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