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    Your guess on smart pricing, per account or per site

    I was curious what peoples thoughts on smart pricing are. I think I'm still stuck in a rut, 19 clicks that are 1c or under. and
    8,207 63 $3.86
    Which isn't horrible, but not good.

    Im trying to invest my proxy earnings into building and buying niche sites with organic traffic. Would it be best to remove adsense from my proxies in hopes of "un" smart pricing my account?

    I know no one knows for sure, but anyone have any thoughts on this?

  2. 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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Smart pricing is per account.
    I always thought it was per website. I think that would make more sense.

  4. 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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    Thanks a lot. Very useful

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    Any thoughts on a second adsense account? It's per SSN or EID, right? Hmmm....That's interesting. I could just open one up in my little brothers name, I'm sure he wouldn't mind...as long as there's not piles of income the IRS would hassle us about.

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    I am also probably smart priced

    have over 100 click daily and only 2-4$. Sometimes less then 2$.

    Horible and I just started to earn something...

  8. Quote Originally Posted by nux View Post
    Any thoughts on a second adsense account? It's per SSN or EID, right? Hmmm....That's interesting. I could just open one up in my little brothers name, I'm sure he wouldn't mind...as long as there's not piles of income the IRS would hassle us about.
    Create a corporation and open an AdSense account as the corporation. In Colorado, it costs $50 to incorporate. Every state is different. Some states, like Illinois, are very anti-business and make it difficult and expensive to incorporate.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    I am also probably smart priced
    have over 100 click daily and only 2-4$. Sometimes less then 2$.
    Horible and I just started to earn something...
    If a lot of your traffic is local, it could be that Google is just paying very low prices for non-US/UK/CA/AU clicks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    If a lot of your traffic is local, it could be that Google is just paying very low prices for non-US/UK/CA/AU clicks.
    That can be the problem. It is a local site, but local ads are shown. I cant believe local offers are so cheap.

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    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.

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