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Your Biggest-Ever Single Click Value

Do you know it?

     

OptiRex

3:31 pm on Mar 24, 2006 (gmt 0)



fischermx has had a huge eCPM value here:

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My biggest-ever single click was USD 2.30

What's yours?

sakg

7:07 am on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Sorry if this sound too childish, but how do you find out your maximum click. I can't find anything like this information at google adsense.

Hobbs

7:29 am on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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The best they can do is guess sakg, when it's midnight at the Google plex and all new day stats reset to zeros, you could see what the first half hour or hour brings in terms of clicks and devide your earnings by that, but Google won't tell you, and it passes clicks money from a day to another after re-checking their validity, so no one knows for sure.

anand84

8:09 am on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Very simple. I get barely one or two clicks so I know them by value.

Essex_boy

11:14 am on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Round $6 a clcik for a speacial FOREX term

simsim2500

1:46 pm on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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$12.83 once in a life time too :)

joaquin112

3:33 pm on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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mine was 1.54 and I have proof! I bought a turnkey site, and it only received one click in its whole lifetime worth 1.54. Oh well, the turnkey cost me $10 and I learnt to never buy turnkeys again!

OptiRex

3:34 pm on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)



Sorry if this sound too childish, but how do you find out your maximum click.

Some of us have specialist sites that have very few visitors and the single click would be very evident and then you may just happen to notice first thing in a morning however some feel that may be a carry over from the previous day.

The easiest method for someone with two or three sites and can monitor every page or directory section is through channels.

For those of us with 1,000's of pages that's an impossibility therefore I mostly do mine simply through URL channels, otherwise I would be under information overload, and this shows up the single click on the less-trafficked sites.

yummybanas

11:47 pm on Mar 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I got a $100,000 USD click in December.

It's hard to tell if anyone here is telling the truth, really.

OptiRex

12:56 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)



It's hard to tell if anyone here is telling the truth, really.

Oh! You're a doubting little Thomas aren't you? A few posters have had a couple of substantial clicks.

Have you noticed how many of those posts written are qualified by "once in a lifetime"?

Would you not be pi$$ed off if I were to post that I had "big" clicks every day? I don't therefore why should I exaggerate?

This is the reality, the posters are being honest. If many had written $20/40/60 you would be asking what niche they were in, whereas I and everyone else are being genuine.

The truth is that one day one may get a big "CLICK" however the rest of the time we all live with the reality of our "spread".

Believe that or not if you want to, that's the actuality of Adsense and contextual advertising.

BillyS

1:34 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Since you can bid up to $50, I would say that $25+ clicks are possible. I've bid in the $8.00 range, so someone was probably getting $4.00 plus per click from me.

caspita

1:54 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Mine was $4.70 last december, it is easy for me to know it, my site is small and I hardly get more than 20 click per day. I enjoy a lot programing and I just keep doing stupid thinks on my site like having an array with all my channel codes and using a different channel on every displayed page (server side scripting), because of the number of clicks that I use to get I hardly get the clicks on the same channel, about 99% of the time they all get a different channel and using this technique I have been able to track pages that attract nice and juicy Ads (I do not have to many pages so). My real problem is getting traffic to these pages LOL!.

northaqua

3:33 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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yummybanas,

If you get one of those clicks once or twice per year you could have a new cottage on the lake.

Cheers!

I have each ad on a channel for the page that I got my biggest click on. It was the sole click on that channel that day and as I said I usually get $0.10 and up some but lots of $0.02 each most days.

hunderdown

3:38 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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yummybanas, yours is the only one that I don't believe.

The others are certainly possible. This is not exactly a serious thread, but I don't see a lot of BS in it.

If you really do, maybe you are too suspicious?

farmboy

3:47 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I got one for $28.XX about the third or fourth month of AdSense's existence. I figured it was some AdWords advertiser who didn't understand the process and bid way too high.

FarmBoy

moTi

3:56 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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dunno.

correct me if i'm wrong, but top bid is 100$. so the top epc should be less googles' share something about 80$. qualification:

- high value preferred publisher
- no smart-pricing
- second highest bid >=99.99$

martinibuster

4:05 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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It's hard to tell if anyone here is telling the truth, really.

I am confident most people on this thread are telling the truth and are being sincere. But it would be nice if they also explained how they know what that click was worth. ;)

Click data often lags behind revenue data
As I explained earlier, you can see 1 click in the control panel, and six dollars in the amount section, especially early in the day, but this could be representative of the fact that click data hasn't caught up to the revenue data. So unless that's the only click you received all day, it's difficult to accurately know the exact amount of any particular click. This applies to channel tracked data as well.

northaqua

4:57 am on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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martinibuster,

I understand that. The click I referred to was indeed the only one on that channel (for a seperate URl) that day, each ad on that page also had a seperate channel.

It was a fluke of some sort, because the channel now averages about $1.60 per day.

Damn would I love it to be giving a few clicks like that a month!

Crickey

2:56 pm on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Best click I had was $0.80
And just today I got my 2nd best click at $0.43 - yay =)

Ricky_G

4:37 pm on Mar 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I once got $7.02 for a click.
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