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Part 2 is crank up the quality of your site so when these high rollers see tons of their cash going to your site, and check it out to see if it's any good, they don't ban you.
Potentialgeek the website in question is around 7 years old and since it's been with Google it's been very consistent which is why I started this thread. Variance in a high quality site is unnerving.
[edited by: JerryOdom at 1:59 am (utc) on June 27, 2008]
I'm after some soothing words of reassurance from you seasoned Adsensers.
My Adsense revenues have hit the skids since last Monday (23rd June), I estimate earnings down about 50% day on day, CTR Down, eCPM Down, though Traffic is the same as usual and the money per click seems ok.
I was hoping it was just a bum week and things would improve, but Mondays are usually my best days, and so far today sucks, still down 50% from my average.
Is this just a Summer thing? as I only started adsense since last October and my earnings have remained pretty constant since about March.
Nothingís has changed about my siteís, Iíve got 6 on different topics.
Anyone else experiencing this sort of thing?
After a dismal start, June is turning out to be our best month ever by a long shot, and we expect that to continue for a while (although, with AdSense, it can all go away overnight seemingly for no reason...)
We did adjust our ad formats, going with the ones that seem to attract the highest bids, more advertisers, and have a better CTR. All of the above have pushed earnings up, without too much disruption to the visitors (the new ad format isn't much different from the previous one.)
(Our next step, now that traffic patterns are good, is to start selling ads directly. AdSense can be good, but too darn unsteady as many here know.)
joined:July 3, 2008
However, earnings per click were way up: nearly 34 per cent higher in June, 2008 than in the same month last year.