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Which, if any, ad-serving company do you all use?


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I tried AdBrite, which I didn't really like, and now I'm using AdSense, which, on the first day of using it I had 40 clicks and got quite a bit of money (can't say how much due to ToS), whereas the day after I got twice as many but Google didn't give me anything. Now I'm thinking of going with NeverBlueAds..
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If I remember correctly, AdSense is paid monthly and only if it exceeds a minimum amount for that month. Otherwise, it is carried over. Read Google's Policy about AdSense.

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Yeah, it's $100. What I mean is, sometimes you get paid a lot, but sometimes you don't
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And? Sometimes you get more hits, thats the pitfalls of advertising on the web. Some days youll have visitors, some you wont. Most days you wont get any click throughs.
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The first day was like 360 views, 30 clicks, then next day (when I got nothing) was about 700 views, 50+ clicks
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