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So I'm not going to ask you to click my links...DO NOT CLICK MY ADS!! lol
It is tempting though, isn't it. I'll click yours if you click mine. Google can track it though if too many clicks are generated from the same IP. Maybe it's an idea if your network is big enough and if you know a lot of people who take turns in clicking an ad every so many days ;-).
Hypothetical, if I reach my goal --which is consistantly 250 people on my blog a day--, if 10% of those people click just one ad(25 clicks a day) that would give me something like an extra, what? $10 a day? It depends how much the ad is worth of course. Two clicks of them would be $20. Thats a nice little extra per month. About $600.
I visit quite some blogs every day and I admit that when I see a Google ad that catches my eye, I check it out. I'm just hoping that people who visit my blog, do the same.
See Google? I'm not asking people to click, I'm just saying they should check out things they're interested in. So the advertiser gets genuine clicks. Everyone wins :D.