Blogger’s Questions To Google Regarding Adsense Clicks

Although Google Adsense is a great program for generating online income for bloggers however after using this program for a while I came to conclusion that Google must be transparent to its clients as far as remuneration is concerned. We as a publisher want answers from Google about the functioning of Adsense program. I feel Google owes an explanation to all of its clients who are using Adsense. Here are the questions.



What is the true CPC value of each click?

My first question to Google would be what is the true cost per click of each Ads. In an official statement Google says that it is 60 to 70 percent of what advertisers are bidding. But the point here is daily we receive hundreds or thousands of clicks, so is there any mechanism to tell us how much each click costs.

Because, in our Adsense account just sum/total of all clicks are shown for a particular channel. Hence we are only able to calculate the average but it is difficult to analyze the value of each single click. If Google is willing to provide this data then it will be easy for a cost-benefit analysis.

How much advertisers bids?

Second question would be is there any way that we publishers (bloggers) can directly get to know what amount actually advertisers are bidding for their ads. Firstly this will give us clear understanding about what advertisers are targeting for and secondly, it will also answer my first question that was about true CPC of each click.

As this can also help us in writing blogs according to the highest bidding ads to generate high income. Therefore transparency from Google’s side will win the hearts and minds of bloggers.  However for now Google is very reluctant in doing that.

What all are the niches of clicks?

Third question is what the exact niche of an incoming click is. To make it simple we would like to know what all are the niches from which clicks are coming. It means we want to know the category of all those ads from which we receive clicks. This information can help us in creating quality content that is synchronized with ads that pays maximum.

In simple terms we can write according to the niche of the ad which is very hot and popular among the internet users right now. Not just us even Google will benefit from this, as good quality content is the backbone of its search engine.

Regions from which clicks are coming?

Google analytics does give us an insight about the visitors that are coming to a website from all parts of the world. But it never shares any information about the clicks. And it is very crucial for bloggers.

For a common sense maximum clicks will come from where the maximum impression or visits are coming however there is an obvious difference between data and information.

Google feeds us only data not information as information can give you exact knowledge about the region from where most of the clicks are coming so that you can write blogs to suit taste and culture of that particular region.

How many clicks are redundant?

Coming to fifth question, we want to know the number of clicks whose value is zero. The logic behind this question is Google Adsense gives no money for clicks if it happens to be coming from same IP address. Now this can be very erroneous for Google to presume that the clicks coming for one IP address is generated intentionally by someone hence its value should be zero.

Because there is always a possibility that individuals or group of individuals might be using same computer and clicking ads a number of times and which is genuine. Even if Google wants to devalue those clicks then it must provide the number of clicks which had been devalued and regions from which they came.

Does Google control clicks?

Lastly Google owe an explanation to us that does its Adsense program deliberately control the clicks for a particular account. If Google feels that an account is generating high income (genuine) from high paying clicks then Google has an authority to advertently manipulate clicks.

I believe there is lack of transparency that exists on this matter, because Google keeps these things very private and does not want to share with us.

Although to end on a good note we hope Google will listen to us.

How to Remove Shortcut virus from flash drives – Tutorial


If you did not format your flash drive, then check whether the files are not in

hidden mode. Follow the following steps.

Step 1:

Click on the below link and download the file “AutorunExterminator”

Extract it –> Double-click on “AutorunExterminator” –> Plug your flash drive now.

This will remove the autorun.inf files from your flash drive and also from drives.

Step 2:

Click on “Start” –>Run –> type cmd and click on OK.

Here I assume your flash drive letter as G:

Enter this command.

attrib -h -r -s /s /d g:\*.*

You can copy the above command –> Right-click in the Command Prompt and

paste it.

Note : Don’t forget to replace the letter g with your flash drive letter.

Now press “Enter”.

Now check for your files in Flash Drive.

Step 3:

After that, download the Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware from the below link

Update it –> Perform “Full Scan”

Note : Default selected option is “Quick Scan”.

Good Luck.


CBSE 12th Board Exam 2012 Date Sheet
CBSE 12th Board Exam 2012 Date Sheet

First of all Best Of Luck To All Who are giving Board Exams and Various other exams this Year.  Yesterday CBSE has Announced that  12th Board Exam Will Start From 1st March and will end on 13 April. So I have made a Date sheet for my Friends Specially My Non-Medical Friends…

As I am also a Non Medical Student, so I have made this date sheet. For Full Date Sheet Click Here >>Date Sheet 2012 CBSE

Two Lakh Facebook Accounts From Bangalore Hacked, Profile Pics Put On Porn Sites

Facebook Accounts Hacked

Bangalore: Over two lakh city Facebook users woke up to a social media embarrassment yesterday morning as their accounts had been hacked and weblinks to their morphed pornographic pictures sent as feeds to friends and family.

According to global media reports, more than 60 lakh Facebook accounts were hacked since Sunday night. Social networking analysts have claimed that officially more than 2 lakh Bangalore Facebook accounts were hacked.

The cybercrime department has received many calls and complaints regarding the mass hacking. They have started preliminary investigations in a few cases too.

All Porn and gore
A resident of Koramangala logged on to her Facebook account yesterday morning from a cyber cafe, only to get the shock of her life. “My mother, brother and 19 friends of mine had rebuked me after reading my status message.

It had a link to a website, and on clicking I saw my face morphed and pasted onto the body of a porn star. My name and details were also available on the website. I called the police, but they directed me to the cybercrime police station,” said Kamini Varma (name changed).

Kamini’s last post said that she was quitting the popular social networking site after being embarrassed amongst their friends. There were around 50 other posts on Facebook that stated the users are quitting the social networking site forever after being embarrassed before friends and family.

“The website is no longer safe. My friend had posted a link to a news report claiming to have been published in a popular newspaper on my page on Sunday. Since the title said ‘Party till the wee hours’ I got excited and clicked on it but nothing appeared. The next day I logged on to find that everything had changed.

My female friends alleged that I had stolen photos from their account and sold it to porn sites. Others had called me a ‘porn addict’ and many others left abusive messages. I immediately deactivated my account,” said Shivam Shah, student (name changed).

Following this huge incident, many social media experts huddled up and debated if this would lead to the eventual downfall of Facebook now.

“Orkut fell in the same fashion. As much as Orkut officials claimed that Facebook had beaten it in popularity, many reports nail the fact that consistent hacking on the social networking site for over six months (before Facebook became popular) had led to its immediate downfall and eventual social death.

Facebook seems to be headed in the same direction, unless there is some sort of immediate and strict measures taken by Facebook,” said Suhas Giri, a city-based popular social media expert.

Meanwhile, Facebook put up a set of guidelines for users who had either been hacked, or heard of such incidents. The official Facebook Security blog post said, “Security and safety are at the core of Facebook.

We have entire teams dedicated to building tools that give people even more control over their account, and specifically the way they access their information. In fact, many of our most talented engineers are working exclusively on creating a secure environment on Facebook.”

Analysts further asserted that in spite of such incidents, users seldom bother taking the security measures seriously, until being personally victimised.

Thousands of users like Kamini and Shivam have decided to shun the habit of talking wall-to- wall and return to the good-old practice of talking to people face-to-face.

Top 3 spam links that helped hack accounts

‘Bangalore police: Party till the wee hours, 11.30 PM ban lifted’. Clicking on this link leads you to a page with a photo of a popular pub in town, with a caption questioning the user ‘You really think this could happen?’ After clicking on the link, the user’s account is hacked and sends out a series of unstoppable torrents of XXX porn to all of the user’s friends. Over 12,000 Bangaloreans reportedly fell for this spam.

‘Date a stripper in Bangalore’. Clicking on this link automatically transfers all the photos from the user’s account and posts them on a porn website. The link to this porn website is then set as the user’s FB status message and posted on newsfeeds of all the user’s friends. Over 500 Bangaloreans fell for this spam.

Popular Sandalwood actress raped and murdered Social media analysts suspect that this was a prank link created by a small group of users, following the fad of series of spam links posted through the course of the day. The link leads a user to various soft porn videos from South Indian movies, posted on Over 2,500 Bangaloreans fell for this spam.

Article By NDTV NEWS