I have one site which is doing fine, the subject is widgets.
The top subdivision of the site is along the lines of devon widgets, birmingham widgets, cheshire widgets etc.
Below that the subdivision is at a page for each shop a in devon, shop b in devon, shop c in devon etc.
The earnings per click in this sector are remarkably high and I have monitored 30 or so individual pages over the last two years as the site has developed.
Looking at my stats it seems that a couple of pages are doing far better than the others for no apparent reason. All the other pages do as well as I would expect based on a variety of factors.
One common factor with the three pages that are doing abnormally well is that they are located near to where I live. I am always open about people contacting me so I openly publish my contact address on the site.
So the question is, does the publication of my home address on my contact us page influence which pages G favours. At the moment (and this study is over a couple of years) it does seem so.
Any thoughts, other those concerned about address and location privacy?