anon123 - 8:40 pm on Aug 25, 2012 (gmt 0)
What would you do with that information if you had it?
It's like being hit in the ass with a chainsaw, which tooth cut you?
If you knew, would it matter?
If I could know which ads were paying more, I could tailor my site to appeal to those advertisers, write more quality articles around that topic, etc.
And adversely, if I could also know which ads are showing up that are paying 1 cent a click, I could get rid of them by blocking them.
Would be valuable information, don't you think? Wouldn't you like to know?
I wouldn't be doing anything outside of Google's TOS - I'd just like to do little things that could raise my EPC, as I feel I'm basically smart-priced right now, or if I'm not, just have a very low EPC and I'd like to change that.
I know the standard answer to this is usually "just write quality articles, and don't do shady things, have a quality designed website and good things will happen" but I'd like to be more pro-active then that - and was just wondering if it was even possible to somehow figure out which ad's showing up on my site currently - that are the more lucrative ones.
All this means to the advertiser paying high for those clicks on my site, is that I'd like to "give them better treatment", if you will, in any way I can... Kind of like if you buy first class on an airplane, you paid more for the ticket, you get better treatment.