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  • in reply to: How much does AdSense pay per page view? #6296

    After a bit of searching, I found a Google page that said that advertisers have a choice between pay-per-click and pay-per-view. An advert on a page on your website could be either of these two options.

    If an advertiser chooses pay-per-click, you will not earn any income from showing an advert, no matter how many times you show it. An ad could be displayed to a million people and you would get nothing if none of them click on it.

    Pay-per-view is possible, but advertisers mostly prefer pay-per-click and they only pay when someone actually clicks an advert on a website. An advertiser can then be sure that the person has actually seen the ad and is interested in whatever is being advertised.

    A click can take the person to the advertiser’s website where they can get more information or buy something. This is much more valuable to advertisers than simply showing someone an ad. They may not be looking or interested.

    Earnings from AdSense do increase when visitor numbers increase and also decrease with decreasing numbers. However, this is not because of pay-per-view, it is because showing more people ads leads to more clicks. If 1% of people click an ad, it is better to show it to 1,000 people than 100, so income rises with increasing page views.

    The amount advertisers pay per ad varies. Some ads pay more than others. Ads on financial websites are said to bring in the most income and cam be 10x what ads in some other niches earn.

     

    in reply to: Smart sunglasses and other wearables #5374

    A good pair of  sunglasses plus AirPods are better than the MusicMan Sound Glasses, but Apple AirPods alone cost more than three times the price of the MusicMan Sound Glasses. Yes, you can get more features and better sound if you have the money.

    There is nothing in your ear when wearing the MusicMan Sound Glasses, so there is nothing to prevent you from hearing outside sounds. However, you would not wear sunglasses on a train or bus, subway, airplane and other noisy places. They are intended for use outdoors, particularly for walking, running, mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing and similar activities where there would not be a lot of noise anyway.

    There are some situations where smart sunglasses are preferable to earphones and ordinary sunglasses, but other situations where they are not.

     

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