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An advertising program run by Google Inc. that allows publishers in the Google Network of content sites to automatically serve text, image, video, and rich media adverts targeted to the site's content and audience.

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Google specifically states that you do not need to inform them or apply for a new account and that you are free to use your Ad code on any site that complies with their program policies. I suggest yo …
answered Jan 16 '14 by Analog
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Directly from your Adsense Welcome email :) You can add the AdSense code to a new page or site that complies with our program policies at any time. There's no need to inform us or apply for a …
answered Jan 9 '14 by Analog
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Your RPM is only so high because you have so little traffic. Certain ads pay more then others so for example if you only have 1 ad impression and the viewer legitimately clicked on the ad and you we …
answered Sep 18 '15 by Analog
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CPM is just the outcome of (Estimated earnings / Number of page views) * 1000. CPM is calculated with the values of earnings and number of page views, it doesn't determine what you will be paid for fu …
answered Jun 10 '18 by Analog
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This is a new one for me and doing some quick searching didn't produce and informative results pertaining to my questions. I did find information regarding the case which dates back to 2014. Today I …
asked May 3 '16 by Analog
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Google says that once you have been approved for AdSense you can place your AdSense codes on new sites without notifying Google as long as the new site complies with the Google Ads policies. So yes, …
answered Apr 16 '16 by Analog
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Ad clicks are definitely not equal in value. There are so many variables that can effect the cost-per-click (CPC). Google answers why AdWords users get charged lower then their maximum CPC bids here. …
answered Jan 23 '14 by Analog