How to get money from AdSense
- Increase views
- Increase click-through rate
- Ad placement
- Ads on the right side
- Ads on the Left Sie page
- Color advertisement
- Total number of links
- Increase cost per click (CPC)
Increase your impressions
One of the most obvious ways to increase the amount of money you earn with AdSense is increase traffic to your website, which in turn will increase the number of views you get on your page. Increase traffic to your website beyond what we talk about here, but I will list some other best ways to increase views.
Increase your click-through rate
Even a small increase in click-through rate can potentially lead to a large increase in revenue. If you increase your CTR from 1.0 to 1.1, your sales should increase by 10%. there are several pages on factors that could affect click-through rates. Some of these factors include:
The visitor will likely see them or ignore them. – Use colorful ads: Your and will they blend in with your website or will they stand out. – Unit a: Are the strengths of your unit consistent with the style of your site. – Total number of links:
One of the best places on the web for your ads, the ads where visitors are most likely to be looking for information. When you first open one of your websites, you immediately focus on where you want to advertise.
Ads that appear to do the best that appear to be consistent with other existing content on your site. While this is the best way to place ads on your site, it can be difficult to do this across the entire site. the best way to place ads on this site is usually with Share HTML (STML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Use this tool to place ads that appear in the same relative positions on different web pages on your site.
As at the top of the page
AdSense ads placed on page placement seem to be pretty good. Great placement for your visitor’s attention, but since you’ve probably heard this term before, many users become “blind” and tend to ignore ads placed in this position. One way to avoid this common problem is to place AdSense ads below the page header and within the actual content. If you are able to divide the content into several parts, this will work well because it will look symmetrical and blend well.
Ads at the bottom of the page
Basically, AdSense ads placed at the bottom of the page do not work properly. When you get to a web page that you read from top to bottom, many people actually get to the bottom of the page because they have never seen your ad. Another reason why a visitor will never see these bottom ads is because they use the screen more than you want and don’t scroll to the bottom of the page.
Ads on the left side of the page
Ads placed on the right side of pages seem to work quite well. this is also a huge trend among AdSense users who currently rank the right side of the page slightly better than the top of the page, perhaps because they are less ad blind. if you decide to place ads on the right side of your website, be sure to test the page in different screen resolutions in different browsers. pages that should automatically resize to any screen resolution to avoid further pushing the ad out of the main screen, the user has to scroll to see them.
Internet Explorer seems to have a bug that sometimes causes ads on the right side of the page to appear below the content while the page total is 100%. to avoid this, make sure your site has a total of about 96% or less.
Ads on the left side of the home
Many websites use the left side of the page, most users will automatically look to the side of the page when navigating. doing this might be a problem for you because now you have to find a new place to put the site menu. some people use the menus above, some use the right side of the page, but using the left side of the page can cause confusion for some visitors. One good solution is to place an ad in the menu and one at the bottom of the menu. this way you will not replace your standard web functions.
if you want the biggest revenue impact with the least effort, we recommend optimizing your color palettes. choosing the right palettes can mean the difference between ads users click on and ads they skip right over.
I’ve outlined a few strategies below that are designed to reduce ad blindness, the tendency for users to ignore anything that’s separate from the main content of your site. Making these changes will make your ads more attractive to users. the goal is not to confuse users into thinking about the content of the ads, but to make users see and read ads so that they can click on the ones that interest them.
AdSense ads placed on page placement seem to be pretty good. Great placement for your visitor’s attention, but since you’ve probably heard this term before, many users become “blind” and tend to ignore ads placed in this position. One way to avoid this common problem is to place AdSense ads below the page header.