Google reported first-quarter results on Wednesday that included closely watched data on the clicks the Internet company got on its search ads during the first quarter, and what advertisers paid for that traffic.

Paid clicks, which include clicks on ads shown on Google’s own websites and other sites that use Google’s technology, rose about 26% in the quarter, compared to the same period a year earlier. Analysts at RBC Capital Markets were expecting a 33% increase.

Cost per click, or CPC, which measures what advertisers pay when people click on search ads that show up alongside the results served up by Google’s search engine, fell 9% versus the year-ago period. RBC analysts were looking for a decline of 11.1%.

Overall, Google reported net income of $3.5 billion, up 3% from the year-earlier period, on revenue of $15.4 billion, up 19%.