First of all, let me say that I am greatful for all the traffic Google drives to my ebooks published on the major ebook stores. I have already sold 12 this month.
But Google severely punished me and one day I had 4 clicks from them. Today it is 91! Of course, I would like to know why. It isn't the good old days, but it is an improvement. Or is this just a date destined to end badly once again?
From what I have been seeing the raise in visits and clicks seems to be real , as far as changing it does not appear that will be anytime soon...
I'm betting on the good content dream. . . .I've never made enough here to have much to lose. . .
by rancidTaste8 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by TwerkZerker3 years ago
I'm still new to AdSense and all that, but the first impression I got (especially after reading what other Hubbers have to say) is that once you're approved, all your Hubs will have AdSense ads. I got my approval email,...
by Oyewole Folarin6 years ago
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?
by Nathan Bernardo2 months ago
You have to use Google Tag Manager which is a free Google tool. You can track which Amazon products were clicked on your articles. It's a little involved setting it up but might be worth it if the information has value...
by Voice of style9 years ago
I recieved the following email this morning... While going through our records recently, we found that your AdSenseaccount has posed a significant risk to our AdWords advertisers. Sincekeeping your account in our...
by lady rain5 years ago
Clicks comes in when I least expect them to. The only way to find out if I have earned anything is to keep checking my google adsense account.
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