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10:25 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Today stats on one of my web site shows that my site got 6 clicks. And my earning for those click is $0.05.

This is very low, less than $0.01 per click.

Does anyone have same experience?

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10:30 pm on July 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Sorry, misintrepreted question

[edited by: abbeyvet at 10:30 pm (utc) on July 6, 2005]

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yah, stat shows total 15 clicks in 5 days and my earnings is ZERO! Does it mean that all ad that were ckicked are not earned any thing for me?
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I hate to sound mean, but if all you get are 6 or 15 clicks your problems are far worse than how much AdSense is paying you.
6:37 pm on July 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Yah, I know that. But I made my site days ago. And I m not even submit it to any search engine. I m submit it today. But my main question is whether every click on adsense's ad make money or not.
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if nobody knows about your site then presumably the clicks are your own - they'll be ignored. At least - you'd better hope they'll be ignored.
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I told my site's url to several of my friends. Clicks may be their.

And I m submitting my site to search engines. I m using a software name "all submitter".....but the process is semiautomated. It required lot of time.

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<--I told my site's url to several of my friends. Clicks may be their.-->

well that's all right then. My suggestion to you would be to take the Adsense off your site while you use these various semi-automated systems to submit your site to search engines.

Get your site in as many directories as possible, exchange links with some people and then wait. While you are waiting read and re-read the Adsense rules.

When you start to get some good traffic - put the ads back on.

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Ok, thanks for ur quick reply.

Do u know what is the best methods or softwares for submit a website in search engines?

7:44 pm on July 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

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no - I don't think I've submitted a site (to a major search engine) since 1999.
Not only that, I don't trust those tools (someone else here might have a good experience they could share). You need to get links from sites that will send the search engine spiders to you.

Directories, reciprocal links, paid links etc. But you'll really need to take the time to submit individually - it takes time. This is all IMO - other people will have other advice.

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[I told my site's url to several of my friends. Clicks may be their.]

Hi Rajun, just a little unsolicited advice - be cautious about your friends indiscriminately clicking on your ads at this point. Given that you only have a few visitors right now, G can easily see a 'pattern' and conclude that you've asked your firends to click on your ads. I've read about some people being booted out of Adsense for that.

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also would suggest you submit your site to google by hand as Google does not like automated submissions and they will be ignored. Read this on googles site a while back.

It is best to submit to all the major search engines by hand and save auto for lesser directories. Hand submit to dmoz also.

Ann

<edit> and NEVER NEVER NEVER tell friends and family you are running pay per click ads or they will try to help you out and you will wind up out of Google adsense!

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A friend of mine who is heavy into SEO stuff once told me never to submit sites to google, let them get picked up by themselves.
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Well, unless you have another site linking to you, that gets monthly indexed, or better, you will never be found if you don't submit. Google, MSN, Yahoo... are not mind readers. They need to know you are out there. The only way to do that is to submit, or have a site that is indexed link to you. In that case, you will want a site that gets indexed daily to link to you.

There was a time when you could just be on the web, and all the engines would find you with their cystal ball. But, then I bought all the crystal balls and now they have to have clues to find sites.

ugh. double ugh

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<<NEVER NEVER NEVER tell friends and family you are running pay per click ads or they will try to help you out and you will wind up out of Google adsense!>>

Yah, you may be right.