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How can I increase my AdSense income?
Hi, i have a AdSense approve blogspot blog but income and traffic is very poor, so need to know how i increase my income from AdSense.
October 9, 2017, 2:14 am
The Google Webmaster tools supply tips for increasing your Google Ad Sense. When you sign in to your Ad Sense account you should see them. But there is also something called
. I have no personal experience but other reviewers say it's good. I just found out about it and have not explored it further.
October 9, 2017, 5:21 pm
I don't think there is a trick to getting people to click on ads as they are random and just show whatever it is that was in the person's history in the device they are using. At most, I guess the best move you can do is to keep your content consistent so you attract the same ads and audience and hopefully that will translate into more clicks and therefore more revenue. Other than that I think you should just keep putting out content and hope that they click.
October 10, 2017, 2:49 am
This is one of the most anticipated answer on my question list. I think we have the same problems. I recently branched into blogging and have been having adsense issues too, similar to yours. Am glad you asked this question. I hope someone can provide us with a meaning answer to this question.
October 9, 2017, 7:37 pm
LOL, sorry for laughing though, but I find this funny. There is really no shortcut to improving your Adsense earning, you can take that to the bank. The only reason why your earnings are low, is clearly because you don't have the audience that can balance your expectations. That's why I advise people, not to go for Adsense, till they have at least 90k page views a month. You should first try out affiliate marketing, in your niche.
October 9, 2017, 8:32 pm
I don't think it is funny, to be honest. I think that it is a pretty valid question because there are obviously ways that you can increase your Adsense income. Obviously, none of them are guaranteed ways to improve and magically make a lot more money but you can try doing them to earn a bit more per click. But like you said, I think the OP needs to improve their traffic if they want to start making more from Adsense because right now their audience is just too small.
October 11, 2017, 3:45 pm
Well, they meant be ways, but I don't really think that you can cheat google with any shortcut or some tweak,to fire up your earnings, hell no, the IQ of google is all most 46.3, and that's more than that of most humans. So google is very smart. you can't just increase your Adsense earning like that, you must give them traffic, before they give you money.
October 13, 2017, 8:04 pm
There's isn't any fast and hard rule on this, all that did do is still to work hard and post quality articles to attract visitors to the blog and from there one can begin to talk about making money,better still allow Adsense be to start with affiliate marketing and other means of monetization, so that you wouldn't put yourself under pressure.
January 4, 2018, 11:21 pm
Adsense is a CPA advertising network. CPA or Cost per action is a method when the advertiser pays for each action (click, sign-ups etc) and the publishers earn when the ads are clicked. In order to increase adsense earning, your visitors need to click ads. The visitors will not click ads until they find relevant ads. Adsense is also a contextual advertising which measn it will display ads that are relevant to your contents. If your content does not have focus keyword, adsense will display general ads which do not convert (no body is going to click an ad that says join facebook). You also need organic traffic.
October 9, 2017, 11:42 pm
Find out the placement of your ads. Make sure you put most of the ads above the fold. And have good quality content below the fold. You have to experiment with various ad formats. And that's how you're going to find out how it can increase or decrease the income. Make sure to try out some different themes which are good for the adsense ad slots. That is how you're going to find out what may or may not work for you. I guess you have to experiment a lot in that case to see how it can work in your favor.
October 10, 2017, 5:27 am
There's no trick for adsense increment,don't be too fast to make it overnight.You just joined the programme you need to take a little while to study what would work for your blog.Don't allow anyone decieve you with bogus stories but calm and learn the ropes.Use Google to find out how to go about this.But remeber your users need to click the ads to make tidy sum.
October 10, 2017, 8:55 am
All you need to do is to start building that audience for your blog from the outside. What I really mean by that is you need to link up with lots of your friends on social media networks and tell them what you do. It is from there you can build up the traffic to your blog and in return increase your Adsense income.
October 10, 2017, 1:09 pm
The best thing to do to try and increase your Adsense income is to just try and focus on increasing your traffic. The first thing to do is to make sure that the content on your website is actually worth reading and spending time looking at. If not then you need to improve the content because otherwise, people won't visit your site which will drastically reduce your traffic in the future. Once you do this, advertise, advertise and do a bit more of advertising. Advertising is so important to increase your traffic.
October 10, 2017, 2:49 pm
Firstly yeah you do need traffic, so try and daily social bookmark your blog site. Use Tumblr, StumbleUpon, Digg, Diigo and much more. I use these daily and also facebook share your posts everytime you create a new post. Try looking for your niche on facebook join the right groups and share your site. Create a facebook page and link your blog to it with the call to action button on it. I also make sure I have 3 ads on my site sometimes maybe 4 but don't put to many to make your site look spammy. I have 3 on the main posts. Top, middle and bottom, now I use WordPress it is much better to use and I use another ad on the widget for right sidebar. Do all this and also work daily on getting the traffic you need. There are many services on seoclerks use the search and order someone to get you traffic only the adsense safe ones tho, I used this many times and it as helped.
October 11, 2017, 4:57 am
The fact of the matter is that the only way of increasing your AdSense revenue is by increasing your traffic. The amount of money you make from AdSense is going to depend on how many ads you have on your site, and how many people visit your site. Concerning the amount of ads you include, most would agree that three is the magic number. Anything more than that and your site will look spammy and unappealing. But no matter how many ads you have up, it doesn't make a difference if you don't have people clicking on them. You're going to want to do everything within your power to bring as much traffic in as possible, whether that means optimizing SEO, promoting yourself through social media, or anything else it's going to take to drive people towards your site.
October 11, 2017, 7:51 am
One strategy might involve choosing a higher paying niche. For instance, gaming pays way less than insurance. However, though, you might not want to make a website around some niche you aren't crazy about (or skilled about) - unless, of course, your using someone else to write the articles etc.. However, though, some might simply want to make a blog etc. about something they like - even if they can hire people to write about stuff they don't like and some owners might write material for niches they dislike, toughing it out, simply for the money.
October 12, 2017, 12:19 am
No offence but the odds of making money off adsense is slim to none. The days of throwing up a website and collecting a check on the beach is over. Most of the people with successful blogs or websites that are making money have been around for a long long time. The odds of throwing up a new website and making money are slim to none and what's worse is you have better odds of getting struck by lighting on a sunny day than making a living off of a new website.
October 12, 2017, 5:12 pm
In order to generate a healthy AdSense income, you will need massive traffic. That means publishing content that visitors want to read and share. Of course, that is easier said than done. Recommendations about website design and ad placement are all secondary. They can enhance and improve ad clicks, but you need a solid foundation of traffic first. I recommend start by creating a content calendar and consistently posting at least once a week. A large content library will definitely increase traffic. Then, make sure that you regularly evaluate analytics. You need to know what types of content are encouraging visitors to stay on the site, and which are causing them to bounce.
October 14, 2017, 3:45 pm
That all sounds nice on paper, but the massive traffic you're recommending comes with age of a website and lots of luck. I don't know anyone who threw up a and had massive traffic over night. Matter of fact I don't know many websites that have massive traffic these days unless they are warez or there are a name brand IP website.
October 17, 2017, 12:56 am
I didn't say it happens overnight. That said, the age of the website means little without an active website and a large content library.
October 17, 2017, 11:27 am
Not to sound robotic. But I'm pretty much saying what everyone else has already said. There's no trick, secret, or instant method towards increasing your AdSense income. I always tell people, focus on building the content within your site. As well as the amount of daily traffic you get, then start monetizing your content. Because even though you'll earn a few cents per day, it'll more so annoy you that you're not really earning anything. I do suggest trying matched content ads. My CTR significantly increased when I tailored the ads to that specific niche their scrolling through on my website.
Honestly, don't expect to get any real returns from AdSense for the first 6-9 months of your website being up. In fact, you'll probably start to forget about the whole thing when you earnings start to increase. Remember, when we Google a question, sometimes the top sites on the first page are from 2014 (even 2007 sometimes). This means they probably got frustrated like us and gave up on AdSense money. But now their revenue has most likely increased. The moral of the story is, AdSense is a long-term game. So be patient.
October 19, 2017, 10:22 pm
If you share you blog with as many sites as possible that will increase viewership. Chrome has a 'share ap' Each time you upgrade your blog you could resend your blog to those that are listed in that share app. You need to register with those sites before sharing your blog with them.
October 21, 2017, 5:19 am
Is your blog under a blogspot domain? Do you have a custom domain? These are factors in which you should be aware of if you do not currently have a domain name.
Blogs that are part of a blogging platform such as Wordpress, or even Blogspot do not rank that well on the search engines becuase a lot of the times they are seen as subdomains and there are different ranking factors that come into play.
If your blog's traffic primarily comes from organic search, then make sure your blog is seo optimized to it's full compacity.
So basically, get a domain name for your blog, and make sure your SEO is up to par, and hopefully you will get more earnings. If there is no traffic, there is no earnings.
October 26, 2017, 12:37 pm
You can increase your AdSense income by 150% within a period of 2 - 3 months if and only if you can give what it takes. If you are publishing with a WordPress website, that's the most excellent way to optimize your AdSense earnings in no time. Alternatively, you may increase your AdSense income by publishing on blogger, but need to post a lot of articles daily, preferably, about 10 articles per day with the length not less than 700 words each.
October 31, 2017, 10:53 am
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December 12, 2017, 7:39 am
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