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Re: Tracking adsense clicks ?

  • Subject: Re: Tracking adsense clicks ?
  • From: ".:J:." <MONKEYselskab-at-bigfoot.com>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 23:16:29 +0200
  • Newsgroups: alt.internet.search-engines
  • Organization: TDC Totalloesninger
  • References: <4454c6d8$0$928$edfadb0f@dread14.news.tele.dk> <2241582.qklGZXOknu@schestowitz.com>
  • Xref: news.mcc.ac.uk alt.internet.search-engines:83818
> The best you can probably do is read AdSense data in Google's standard
> service/UI. Otherwise, you can export the data from Google's service and
> find some third-party application that produce richer stats, maybe even
> something visual. Somehow, due to the conciseness of the data, I doubt 
> you'd
> be able to extract much information out of it.
> Having said it all, _do_ have a look at the following:
>        http://crazyegg.com/
> Example output for WordPress.com (highly recommended):
>        http://photomatt.net/dropbox/2006/04/wpcom-heatmap.jpg
> Additionally, you could possibly use JavaScript to wrap the AdSense 
> function
> and do whatever analysis pleases you. Whether it's worth your time or 
> not --
> that depends on the extent of your site. Based on experience of my own, as
> well as others', you need _very_ high levels of traffic to make it all
> affordable and worthwhile. The exceptions are highly optimised for revenue
> or are fraudulent (e.g. asbestos auto-generated content).
> Hope it helps,
> Roy

Hey Roy

Thx, I took note of your last remark, about the worthwhile and the traffic. 
I'm sure it's not worth it in regards to the hours spend and the pennies 
earned, but perhaps just for the fun, to learn a bit more.

I'll think about the javascript part.



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