How to Earn Money Through Google Adsense

 

Money for nothing? Well, not quite—but close! Google’s AdSense is a revenue-sharing opportunity for small, medium and large websites that place ads for goods and services that are relevant to the content of your site, targeted to the people who frequent your pages. In turn, you get paid a small amount when the ad is either displayed on your page or clicked on. We'll show you some good ideas that added to your own, will help increase your AdSense revenue.

Method 1 - Creating an Ad Unit

1.Sign in to your AdSense account. Go to AdSense, and click on My ads in the upper left.

2.Name your ad unit. This can be any name that suits you, but many find creating a standard naming format helps them manage large amounts of data.

3.Pick a size. See "How to Do It" below for details, but Google has found best practices that generate more clicks.

4.Set your ad type. This determines the types of ads you will see on your website: text only; text and image/rich media; and image/rich media only.

5.Create a custom channel. A custom channel lets you group ad units however you choose, such as by size or location on a page.

6.Create your ad style. This lets you choose colors for the various components of an ad: border, title, background, text, and URL. It also lets you choose corner styles, from square to very rounded, a font family, and a default font size.

7.Get the code for the ad. When you're done with the ad setup, either save your ad unit or click the Save and get code button at the bottom to get the HTML code for your site.

Method 2 - Designing Your Ad Campaign

1.Analyze your content. In designing any kind of ad campaign, it's crucial to know who your target is. If you're writing a food blog that caters to single men on a budget, for example, you've narrowed the scope of who you will be appealing to. You've also got a very good focal point for your ads. What are things single men who cook drawn to? Here are some possibilities: dating, cars, movies, politics, and live music.

2.Fine tune advertisements. While AdSense will auto-populate your page with what they feel are relevant ads, use their tools to provide tighter controls.

3.Optimize your ad placement and site design. Google has found there are places where ads are more effective, and places where they are less effective.

4.Learn how AdSense works. AdSense automatically sends ads to your site based on a few different criteria:

Method 2 - Learning What it's Worth

1.Manage your expectations. When you sign up for AdSense, you'll want to know what kind of revenue can you expect to see. There is a lot that goes into what kind of return you can expect, and managing those things will help you maximize your earning potential.

2.Traffic. First and foremost, in order to generate any kind of revenue from AdSense, you must have people clicking on your ads. In order for this to happen, you need to have people on your site, reading your content! Whether you have a business website or a personal blog, the rule is the same: Get the word out!

3.Cost Per Click (CPC). This paid every time somebody clicks an ad on your page. No, you can't click your own ad—Google will see this, and shut you down so fast your head will spin. The advertisers set the price for these ads, and they can vary greatly.

4.Click-through Rate (CTR). This is the percentage of visitors to your site compared to how many of them actually clicked on an ad. If 100 people came to your site, and 1 of them clicked an ad, your CTR is 1%, and that's not an unreasonable number. You can see how getting more traffic to your site will really make a difference.

5.Revenue per 1000 impressions (RPM). This is an estimate of how much you might receive if you have 1000 impressions (page views).

6.Content is king. The quality of your content is an important factor in understanding your earning potential. If your site provides rich, compelling content and a great user experience, you will have more interested users. Google's crawlers will also have an easier time determining the type of ad content would best fit on your site. Interested users + targeted ads = $$$

7.Start building keyword-rich pages. Liberally seed with well researched, profitable keywords, and get lots of high-quality links to your site.

 

source: wikiHow

 

 

 

 

Published on: 4/1/18 4:02 PM