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Sorry, but most of this discussion seems to be coming from overseas (e.g. outside the U.S.) and it makes me wonder if this isn't more of a geographic issue than anything else (if its even an issue warranting the type of speculation it's getting).
I see you joined 2013, it was noticed way before then
the zombie problem is more prevalent for e-commerce websites
Information websites that rely on ad revenue get plenty of mismatched traffic as well.
Sorry, but most of this discussion seems to be coming from overseas (e.g. outside the U.S.)
I would bet that most sites of all types get a lot of mis-matched traffic.
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I have a hunch that Google is rotating buyer traffic.
Wouldn't it make more sense to send each site an equivalent steady stream that adds up to the same overall amount over time. In other words, the total for a whole month would be essentially the same, but would be spaced out evenly instead of erratically.
They'd do far better to just push up the average CPC and keep it relatively constant.