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7 Tips To Increase Adsense Revenue

7 Tips To Increase Adsense Revenue Posted on July 2, 2011Leave a comment

Deepanker Verma is the CEO of Techlomedia and a full time blogger. On this blog, he shares web design resources, SEO tips blog monetization tips.

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Google Adsense is the most popular ad network. It is reliable and pays in time. As a blogger, most of the people want to earn via Adsense. But it is not a money tree. Only having Google AdSense account does not mean that you will earn a lot. I saw many webmasters having Google Adsense account and not having revenue more that few cents per day. So you need to work a lot to keep your revenue maximum while using Adsense account. If you want to increase Adsense revenue of your blog, you are at right place. In this post, I am going to write few tips to increase Adsense earning of your blog.

7 Tips To Increase Adsense Revenue

1. Increase Website Traffic

This is the most important factor which affects earnings. If you do not have traffic, then you are not going to earn from your blog. If you want to earn better with your AdSense account, try to increase website traffic. Organic traffic is more profitable. So try to get better search engine ranking. More traffic means, more clicks and more earning. So you should try to increase organic traffic of your blog.

2. Place Ads Above the Fold

You should place ads at the pace which are easily visible. Try Place a big ad unit above the fold on the web page. Above the fold means the content of the page which appears in the browser without the need to scroll down the page. Top right side of the logo, below the menu or right sidebar is the best option to place ads. But do not add too much ads above the fold. Otherwise you may get Google Page Layout Algorithm slap.


3. Put Ads “Below Title” or “After the Post Content.”

Below post title and below the post content is the most beneficial place to put your ads. You will also see that most of the bloggers use “Below post title” place to put the content. “After post content” is also a nice place but it works well for long posts.

4. Use High Paying Keywords in the post

High paying keywords those for which CPC is high. There are various keyword suggestion tools which can help you in finding high paying keywords related to your blog. You can try long tail keyword suggestion tools for better performance. When you have the list of high paying keywords, you can try adding blog post in your blog with that keyword. On those posts, Google will see ads with high CPC. So, you will get more money on click.

5. Keep changing ad locations

Experiment with ads position in your blog. Because every blog is different. Ads position which is good for one blog may not be as good for another blog. So, keep changing the ads position of your blog and see which position is working best for you. No, only the ads position, you should also do experiment with ads sizes. For most of the people, bigger ads units work better.

6. Matching Colors and Fonts

Customize Adsense ads to match the font of your website. Try to use the same color in link or text ads which you are using on your website. It will surely increase the click through rates of your website.

7. Add Adsense Search box.

Most of the CMS including WordPress come with default search functionality. But you can add Google Adsense search in your website to get more benefit from Adsense. Adsense for search performs better, and it has high CTR.

Try these tips and then see the effect on your blog. It depends on the traffic and experiment you do on your blog. In few weeks, you will be able to Increase Adsense Revenue of your blog. If you are still struggling, you can contact me for free help.


Deepanker Verma is the CEO of Techlomedia and a full time blogger. On this blog, he shares web design resources, SEO tips blog monetization tips.

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