Kevin Discusses CTR

Kevin posted an interesting article about analyzing your own click through rates rather than relying on an outside source to do it for you.

“It’s time for everyone to realize there is no stats uniformity between all the ppc providers, nor the click rev programs at G & Y. Trying to figure out and compare programs is simply a waste of time. You have to create your own analysis methods and bottom line everything.

Kevin is pretty good with numbers, and his post is an interesting read. I’ve noticed differences in how stats are reported between parking companies, stat counters, and server logs. While the bottom line is always the revenue generated, it’s important to know the actual click through rates so you can determine if you are presenting your visitors with relevant information.
Read the rest of Kevin’s article on his blog.

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