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Adsense banners

  1. world of the wise profile image69
    world of the wiseposted 7 years ago

    Hi, i was told that banner ads are paid on cost per 1000 impressions. well i have a blog which gets 5000 views a day. i put a banner ad but i am surprised that a day passes by when my adsense account says that i have not made nay money from it. Help

  2. SEOshortcuts profile image57
    SEOshortcutsposted 7 years ago

    ePCM is an estimate in AdSense, not a rule.  It isn't "pay per view," it is "pay per click."

    No click?  No money.

    There are PPV networks out there.  AdSense isn't one.

  3. WryLilt profile image90
    WryLiltposted 7 years ago

    Adsense does do pay per impression adverts - that's why you can earn a few cents even on days when you don't do clicks.

    However it is only SOME adverts and the payment per impression is almost worthless - I'm talking like 2-3cents per a few hundred impressions.

    1. tantalizer profile image56
      tantalizerposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      help me in how to put ads of us i am not getting any help i have a good knowledge of films reviews wrote some but how to get income by those???any help pls

      1. anime_nanet profile image60
        anime_nanetposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        It doesnt matter how good your revuews are. Traffic and Ad placement counts the mosts. Especially traffic.

        If you have 1000 views per day you'll get some money each day ubless your ad placement is awful (below the fold).

        1. tantalizer profile image56
          tantalizerposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          i dont get tat much but a day maxim 50

    2. Pcunix profile image91
      Pcunixposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      You can sometimes spot these in your channel reports.  The clue is that it shows impressions but no clicks.   The rate can be incredibly low but I have had some that at least weren't "why even bother?" - after all, pennies do add up when you get enough of them.

  4. sunforged profile image76
    sunforgedposted 7 years ago

    its a few cents per 100 impressions.


    one of my channels with no clicks today was at .04 cents with 14 views.

    But its not something you can control or bother banking on

    1. WryLilt profile image90
      WryLiltposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Yes I only know the very basics I've read on the forums and/or seen in my adsense account.

      All I know is that it isn't worth much!

      1. sunforged profile image76
        sunforgedposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        and you are correct 100 or 1000 it still add s up to close to zilch in the end

        1. tantalizer profile image56
          tantalizerposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          how to get paid by our movie reviews  in net

          1. sunforged profile image76
            sunforgedposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            get paid by writing in passable english

            1. tantalizer profile image56
              tantalizerposted 7 years agoin reply to this

              passable i want a clear idea where i can post so that get a ransom or how i can promote my link so that everyone is interested in it,i am sure about my content that it will be interesting if one starts a view over it,but how to get people drive or how i can get paid for my post??

  5. Greek One profile image78
    Greek Oneposted 7 years ago

    Is there anyway to block these low paying impression adverts, or substitute them for ones that pay per click?

    1. Richieb799 profile image80
      Richieb799posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I read something about this yesterday, however some people are skeptical about removing them. The skeptics say that if you remove them it could hurt you in the long run and also they only apparently show when no high paying ads are available.

      1. Pcunix profile image91
        Pcunixposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        My main reason for ignoring them is that filtering them just means one more thing that I would have to constantly attend to.

        Google has incentive to give you high paying ads if it can.  If it can't, I don't see how filtering out the low-ball ones really helps.

      2. sunforged profile image76
        sunforgedposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        its a bidding system.

        if an ad appears on your page - its paid for by the highest paying bidder you are eligible for - blocking it will force the next highest paying bidders to appear.

        the purpose of the competitive ad filter is to stop competing brands from appearing on your site not for influencing your income.

  6. anime_nanet profile image60
    anime_nanetposted 7 years ago

    I agree with ALL of you!

  7. psycheskinner profile image81
    psycheskinnerposted 7 years ago

    Full banners and skyscrapers showing pictures have the best pay per impression.

  8. Kennedy E. profile image57
    Kennedy E.posted 7 years ago

    I agree with psycheskinner. The bigger the banner the higher the pay.

 
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