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the more clicks I get the less I get paid per.. what gives?

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by jimmy nocode, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. jimmy nocode

    jimmy nocode Newbie

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    I have 50 + blogs on horrid .info domains and subdomains of .info domains (I'll never make that mistake again) all the blogs are on auto pilot with ad sense running in the top (largest banner) the right nav menu has one 250x250 at the top and a 120 x 600 at the end of of the menu.. Then I run adbrite in every post longer then 100 words (almost all are) and as the number of words increases the number of ads per post increase.. These are 468x60..

    If you couldn't tell by now I am very new to internet marketing. I have dabbled over the years but never really pushed and tried for more then a few months. This time around I vowed to either get this investment in the black with in a year or shut down my hosting and other support services. I'm about three months into this grind and now and I'm hitting a wall.

    When I was only getting a few clicks 10 or less for a 7 day period I was seeing just shy of a buck in income, now that I have let senuke x do its magic on a hand full of blogs so far (I'm sloving captchas manually to save cash, can't justify investing more money in an investment that never been out of the red) I have seen my page views explode. now I'm seeing in the range of 50 - 70 even 100 clicks for the same time period but the income per click has dropped so much that I'm about ready to walk away from this method altogether, delete all my blogs and try something new. I just don't understand why the more page views and clicks I get the less and less I get paid per click..

    Any advice or pointers, even vague directions in which I should look into would be awesome
    Thanks in advance
    jimmy nocode.
     
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    jimmy nocode Newbie

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    Is this not posted in the proper forum?
     
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    seamate Junior Member

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    Yes it is. Why do you ask man?
     
  4. jimmy nocode

    jimmy nocode Newbie

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    I guess I just wanted to be sure I was asking in the right place before I let it sink in that themee is most likely no real solution to this question.

    I shouldn't have expected advertisers to pay much for traffic coming from garbage domains I guess.