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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Best Adsense Day Ever Yesterday

Yesterday was my best Adsense day ever at $37.79 earned from just a handful of sites. Yesterday was sort of weird as I wrote that short eBook and made a few sales, as well as that I had 1 order via my PayDotCom affiliation to the Niche Creator product. Along with a couple of new AIS Site product sales I did good at almost $400 AIS earned...

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7 Comments:

At 11/29/2005 07:12:00 PM, Blogger baldy said...

Strange that - I had me best ever Adsense day yesterday too at $41.89. I wonder if anyone else experienced this phenomenon?!

 
At 11/29/2005 09:33:00 PM, Anonymous Ed said...

I didnt have my best day ever - best of the month though. Maybe it is because thanksgiving has ended over in the states and more people are online ?

 
At 11/29/2005 09:40:00 PM, Blogger Gary B. said...

Possibly some companies have advertising budget to spend before the month end and have increased their Adwords bids? I really don't know...

Today looks like being a $30+ day as well...

 
At 11/29/2005 10:38:00 PM, Anonymous joe said...

It was Black Monday, the Monday following Thanksgiving, traditionally the busiest day of the year for e-commerce. Many people browse the stores over the Thanksgiving weekend and then return to work Monday to take advantage of high-speed internet connections to complete their gift buying.

 
At 11/29/2005 11:18:00 PM, Blogger Gary B. said...

Joe, thanks for that - I've learned something new today. I had never heard of such a thing...

More about this phenomen...

 
At 11/30/2005 12:59:00 AM, Blogger baldy said...

Yes, very interesting indeed! Calling a day "black" in my mind is always related to something "bad" happening in economic terms - black Tuesday (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Tuesday) in th US or black Wednesday (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Wednesday) in the UK.

 
At 11/30/2005 05:04:00 AM, Anonymous Chance said...

The "Black" in this instance is an accounting term- The friday after Thanksgiving is called "Black Friday" because it's when most every retail business in the US goes from "in the red" (as in, losing money) to "in the black" (as in making money.

 

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