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High CTR But Low Earnings? Google Adsense

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by BostonFever, May 8, 2011.

  1. BostonFever

    BostonFever Junior Member

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    I run 5 autoblogs. I get an 8-10% CTR daily from google adsense, but I'm getting paid as low as less than 10 cents a click, sometimes up and over a dollar. But most of the time it's a very low double digit cent per click, is their anyway to improve this?
     
  2. zmoney

    zmoney Senior Member

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    How many ads do you have on your site? The more ads the more diluted your earnings will be. Since there's more room for those low CPC's to shoot in there.

    I might have heard something about alexa rank? If thats better, you get served better ads? Something to look into, Not sure where I heard that.

    ~Z.
     
  3. BostonFever

    BostonFever Junior Member

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    I run the max right now, 2 image / 3 text link.
     
  4. Marshall

    Marshall Junior Member

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    u have big ads? skyscraper & so?
     
  5. BostonFever

    BostonFever Junior Member

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    2 - 250x250
    2 - leaderboard link ads
    1 - square link ad
     
  6. BostonFever

    BostonFever Junior Member

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    14 clicks for $1.48 today. =/
     
  7. therealmadhatter

    therealmadhatter Regular Member

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    Try to optimize ads, change position and size
     
  8. AGSniper

    AGSniper Regular Member

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    It also depends on what niche you're in.

    Some pay a lot more than others.