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Sites that ask users to turn off adblock and block their content from adblock users are at risk from deranking their site in the search results. Many SEO experts are now saying that user metrics such as time on site, session duration, pages per session and bounce rate are all enormous SEO ranking factors. And there's a lot of reason to suggest that these ...


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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. The other main thing to consider is that Google uses a wide range of advertisers, so different ads will pay/cost different amounts.


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You are looking to do "Multivariate Testing" where you test more than just two variables. Here is a guide to walk you through setting up Google Adsense tests using Google Website Optimizer and Google Analytics. Here is a summary of the steps involved from the linked article: Create Google Analytics and Website Optimizer accounts if you don't already ...


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I think my response is little late:) For all people who faced the double click penalty, sudden drop on page CTR, sudden drop on earning; you must change ad placement and ad block with new one because the google robot has detected a fraudulent click on your website. What to do after changes, nothing ! Just wait from 1 to three weeks and your website will be ...


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The day icon refers to the interval of the graph along the horizontal axis. In your case, the period of interest is the week of May 5th - May 11th broken down by days. If you choose hour you will see a more detailed graph of the same period, but the same revenue. However if you change the breadth of dates e.g. last month, you will see a completely ...


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There are various reasons which defines if "Donations" will work or not; The cause you're getting donations for. How your donation will help the other people. The gateway of your donation. Let's answer point number one, There are many websites who just put donate button so they can earn "extra amount" from their viewers, which is i think the worst strategy ...


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Maybe you are missing something big time, but you need to get us some insights about it. You need to look for paid posts, some advertisers and similar to get more revenue from that blog. That's up to you and your negotiating techniques. Bigger money lies in that kind of approach then in adsense. Adsense gives you money if someone clicks on the advertising. ...


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If ad revenue used to work, but isn't anymore, and you don't want to charge visitors an access fee, then the next most typical model is to sell the user data to someone interested in your user's demographics. But that would assume that you have some (probably somewhat private) information about your users. Other ways that are less tested, but possible ...


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It is possible (altough I'm not sure it's a good idea). You need to be careful, though - the tracker created by gtm is a named tracker (with an arbitrarly named tracker that starts with gtm..). The tracker in your ecommerce conversion page is probably the default tracker (named t0) and will start a new session, even if it tracks to the same property. So in ...


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AdSense does allow custom channels but they can't be set on the ads by the website. The only way to change the channels is through the AdSense website. It is possible to duplicate all your ads in the AdSense interface. Add the "TestGroupA" channel to the originals and add the "TestGroupB" channel to the new ones. Then your server could choose which ad ...


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