An irreverent look at Wall Street
Merry Christmas to you Palmoni and your family! Thanks for all the things you have shared and God bless you!
Thanks again for always being so generous. Much Grace and Lord be with you!Thanks for always being so kind to respond to my not so smart questions and providing insight.Btw, how many hits does this blog get a day?Take care!
Sunday, December 20, 2009 1,314 6 0.46% $2.17 $2.85Monday, December 21, 2009 1,621 9 0.56% $4.23 $6.86That's how an average day goes-less readers on the weekends, more on the weekdays.That's hits, clicks, CTR, eCPM and Google "earnings" for the ads.I put 7 days of stuff on per page, so someone can read a lot for one impression. I just changed it to 3 days per page because it was getting to lengthy too load. I just never adjusted the setting when I first started--because back then I didn't have that much content anyway.But I didn't want people to have to scroll through all the pages when the days of the market are related.Earnings which aren't much are 100% donated anyway, so I was never trying to monetize it---ads came just so I could use Google analytics.And know when Goldman was reading it. (The biggest readers on this blog? CNBC. The second largest as a group are the private wealth and banking managers. Maybe that's why sometimes the stocks get a kick after they're touted)
www0511lacoste soldesmavericks jerseyslongchamp handbagscanada goose outletcheap jordansoakley sunglassescoach outlet onlinetory burch outletpandora charmscheap jordans
Post a Comment