InternetTraffic.com $0.01 Pay Per Click Drought Ends With a Big Bang! $36.88 for 2 Clicks!
Sunday, February 24, 2013 12:18
After 24 days of experiencing the worst pay per click revenue drought in the history of domain name parking in my experience; it all came to an end with a BIG BANG! I checked my stats for yesterday and noticed a single unique visitor generated $36.88 for two clicks. Not bad for a single unique visit. The only time I recall earning that kind of money was back in 2006 when Online Poker sites were at War! At one point I was earning $25-$45 per click. Good old days!
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