My Google Adsense Revenue Dropped. Why?

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My Adsense revenue dropped dramatically after few months whereas my websites traffic didn't have any decrease. I researched and came to this conclusion that users didn't like to click on the ads like they were used to do it before.

Is there anybody else who has experienced this?
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There's no way to predict clicks.

Some days I get a ton, some other days I get next to nothing.

It all depends wheter the user even looks at the ads, if he does look, does he see something interesting?

I know there's a way within adsence to create channels to receive more relevant ads, you might want to explore this avenue. Maybe the ads aren't relevant enough to your traffic.
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It's called smart pricing. Google can decrease the value of your ad clicks. Been happening to a lot of advertisers over the last few months. It has effected me quite a bit as well. Mine has dropped by about 50%.
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Something I said was the problem that happened few months that Adsense started working. I found out that although the traffic was the same but the Adsense revenue dropped.

When I investigated, I found out that internet users learnt about the Adsense and they knew that it is a paid ad. Before, they thought that it is just a link like other links and they clicked on them but when they learnt that they are paid ads, most of them didn't like to click. That's the point.

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