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Thread: Your guess on smart pricing, per account or per site

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    That can be the problem. It is a local site, but local ads are shown. I cant believe local offers are so cheap.
    If it is from not so popular area, where is a little competition. Clicks will be cheap. There is no point paying $0.5/click if you are the only one who wants ads.

  2. Quote Originally Posted by keynes View Post
    So if a publisher publishes good content, if he puts his name to that content each time he publishes it, could he have such a good rep with Google that he would avoid smartpricing?
    If a publisher's content consistently produces good results for AdWords advertisers, smart pricing will not hurt him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    That can be the problem. It is a local site, but local ads are shown. I cant believe local offers are so cheap.
    You can see estimated click pricing for advertisers using the Google AdWords Keyword Tool.
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  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    You can see estimated click pricing for advertisers using the Google AdWords Keyword Tool.
    I see only search estimates there...

  4. #14
    You need to add the CPC column after you do a search. There's a drop-down entitled "Choose columns to be displayed"; click there then choose "Show Estimated Avg CPC".

  5. #15
    I had this problem which started early last week...

    I let it go but could not face looking at my earning over 70% less than normal so i sent off a email to the big G.

    I never got a reply but within 24hours.... guess what?

    My earnings are back to normal!

    I never got a reply back yet.. but its been 48hours and everything is as it was weeks ago.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by tmongy View Post
    You need to add the CPC column after you do a search. There's a drop-down entitled "Choose columns to be displayed"; click there then choose "Show Estimated Avg CPC".
    thanks. that was the solution. my clicks are 0.05 cents

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    thanks. that was the solution. my clicks are 0.05 cents
    That might be telling you to pick a new niche.
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  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    That might be telling you to pick a new niche.
    Maybe. But this site of mine dont need any updates or work.
    There is no need for new content, nothing. I am building one more in similar niche so I hope they two together will bring at least 5$ daily from over 150 clicks

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Smart pricing is per account. This was leaked in JenSense's article, One poorly converting site can “smart price” an entire AdSense account.

    InsideAdSense did a follow-up article, The facts about smart pricing, which is also worth reading.
    I think you are right MR. Will . Many guys says that adsense don't pay good on webmaster sites and blogs but my blog is providing good cpc in adsense . Everything depends on quality traffic your drive to advertisers .

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