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Website for Webmasters = Low Adsense Clicks

vbignacio
Wed 21 March 2007, 03:00 am GMT +0100
Unless your site caters to aspiring webmasters like "How to make your own website" clicks seem low.

Webmasters dont click the ads unless they want to help the site owner. Whats your opinion?

WhiteEagle
Wed 21 March 2007, 04:48 am GMT +0100
True enough, that why I'm in charge of an Arcade/Discussion about Almost Anything Forum. ROFL

olaf
Wed 21 March 2007, 08:15 am GMT +0100
Unless your site caters to aspiring webmasters like "How to make your own website" clicks seem low.

Webmasters dont click the ads unless they want to help the site owner. Whats your opinion?

must say that my website finalwebsites.com becomes a big earner the last time, I think boost is related to better placements and optimized colors

Nikolas
Wed 21 March 2007, 10:43 am GMT +0100
I sometimes want to click an ad on my site(because it looks interesting), but I don't because it is against TOS.

So the next time I am in another site and get a similar ad I click on it :)

But I think you asked something like "Would you click an ad to support a site?" which sounds helpful, but I don't think it is as google can check a lot of things about the origin of those clicks.

vbignacio
Wed 21 March 2007, 05:02 pm GMT +0100
take this forum for example, it caters to webmasters, right? is the ctr high? im guessing no because if it isnt, then you wouldnt have removed the adsense ads right?

Nikolas
Wed 21 March 2007, 06:39 pm GMT +0100
It doesn't has high CTRs, but any forum don't have high CTRs. Regarding the ads removal check this thread ;)

vbignacio
Thu 22 March 2007, 04:01 am GMT +0100
yes, you are right about forums having low ctr. i hope other members will also share their opinion.

WhiteEagle
Thu 22 March 2007, 07:10 am GMT +0100
Does it matter for a forum for a company? I don't think it does...but I've been proven wrong before (too many times!).

Nikolas
Thu 22 March 2007, 07:29 am GMT +0100
Does it matter for a forum for a company? I don't think it does...but I've been proven wrong before (too many times!).

It doesn't matter. A company forum is still a forum ;)

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