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7:33 pm
August 21, 2013


Michael @ The Student Loan Sherpa

Indianapolis, Indiana

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posts 71

Months ago, back before I redesigned my website, I had around 1% of my visitors click on an adsense link.  After my redesign, my traffic has increased greatly, but my click through rate is down to nearly .1%  Is it normal for so few people to click on ads or am I doing something wrong?

[Note: numbers are approx. as I know the big G is anal about number disclosures]

Thanks in advance for the advice!

Michael – The Student Loan Sherpa

http://StudentLoanSherpa.com

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10:49 am
August 22, 2013


Wojo

SW Florida

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posts 57

Based on your ad placement, I would say that sounds about right as compared with my own experience. 

"Wojo" Kulicki

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