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What is Page CTR

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by dukhi, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. #1
    hi my question is
    What is Page CTR ???
    SEMrush
    Please explain

    or today Page CTR is 1.47% is good ???
     
    dukhi, Dec 5, 2009 IP
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  2. akki313

    akki313 Well-Known Member

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    CTR = click through rate = No. of visitors clicked/ total no. of visitors * 100

    You need to improve your CTR by changing theme, position of your ads etc... around 4-5% CTR is good though.
     
    akki313, Dec 5, 2009 IP
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    #3
    no idea.please give more detail
     
    mycyber, Dec 5, 2009 IP
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    Dude, a simple change. It is not total no. of visitors, it is total no. of impressions.... :):):)
     
    mluther, Dec 5, 2009 IP
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    #5
    Should it be impressions or visits? I thought the same as akki313.
     
    078489, Dec 6, 2009 IP
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    #6
    its impression, and not vistors (base on my adsense account, i calculate it clicks/impression x 100)

    for example in your adsense account your page impression 400 and the clicks is 12, so your ctr =

    ctr = 12 /400 X 100 = 3%
    (12(clicks) divide by 400(impression) multiply 100.

    goole said:
    Click-through Rate (CTR) - The other factor that influences earnings is click-through rate (CTR). CTR is a measure of how often users click your ads. For example, if you receive one click on your ad after 100 people have viewed that ad, you are said to have a CTR of 1%. Once again, the "average" CTR for a website will vary based on the site. However, for a larger site, 1% might be considered as a decent click-through rate.
    https://www.google.com/adsense/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en-uk&answer=81567

    From my reading and experience high ctr 5%-10% is good which consider you get a good number of clicks for certain page impression, also a good adsense implementation on your site. but very high ctr also not good, why? example 70% means user tend to clicks ads rather then info or service you provide(your implementation is genius enough and maybe you will get love letter from google). But i also read a ppl got 40% ctr but google ok with it..emm, for me just 5% already good,

    dukhi im not expert so there are may be a lot better explanation about this, just sharing what i know, if there are mistake, i apologize in advance =)

    hope this help

    mine, just (1.5% - 4%)daily.
     
    kyoajis, Dec 6, 2009 IP
  7. dukhi

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    Thank you i understand now
     
    dukhi, Dec 8, 2009 IP
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    abdulrehman940 Active Member

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    # of ads clicked / total # of imps * 100 = CTR
     
    abdulrehman940, Dec 8, 2009 IP
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    #9
    thanks for the information.
     
    codi_milo, Dec 9, 2009 IP
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    I have seen sites with CTR as high as 10%. So you can rate a CTR of 1.47% yourself.
     
    mluther, Dec 9, 2009 IP