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How Are Your Fridays?
My changing daily earning pattern in 2006

Msg#: 13278 posted 7:03 pm on Apr 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

Until the start of 2006 the weekends were always the worst for me accounting for anywhere from 50-70% of the average daily earnings. Obviously this meant many a time an actual 50% compared to weekdays.

This year my earnings pattern has changed and now Fridays are quite often my worst day of the week vying 50/50 with Saturdays.

Sunday has now become one of my best earning days and is undoubtedly the best when it comes to CTR and eCPM which is, I assume, through less bot/spider activity on the weekends.

Monday and Tuesday overall remain the best days with Wednesday quite often giving them a good run for their money.

Have you seen your most popular days change this year?

If so, any idea whatsoever why it may be?



Msg#: 13278 posted 7:09 pm on Apr 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

Same here. Earnings used to be loweest on sat. Followed by sunday. Friday was only 4rd worst. This logically followed traffic.

Since jan, weekends get same lower trsffic but earnings stay the same more or less. Click through is better on weekends!


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Msg#: 13278 posted 7:23 pm on Apr 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

Since jan, weekends get same lower trsffic but earnings stay the same more or less.

Very similar, all weekdays stay in their positions of Monday (best) Tuesday (almost as good as Monday) Wednesday (gets close) thursday to friday slowly tapering off, Saturday still worst day BUT higher eCPM (or it high value seems to last longer) which equates to a MUCH better earning, on 2 occasions this year, better than friday.

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