Have you ever wondered how you could earn more with Google Adsense on CPC ads? I am sure you have if you’ve ever tried using Google Adsense on your website to make some money. There are many different techniques you can use to earn more money with Adsense, such as optimizing the ad position on your website, changing the format and color of the ads. However there is another technique that most people overlook that can definitely help you make more per click with Adsense.
I thought to myself how I could attract that kind of high paying income with Adsense and I started to do a bit of research. What I found is that since I’ve intergrated my Google Adsense account with Google Analytics I can tell where the traffic came from and what keywords got me that high payout with Adsense. So I started there and starting improving my website.
If you haven’t setup your Google Analytics Account with Adsense yet you definitely need to do it right now. There should be a link at the top of your analytics account to do this. Follow the easy to follow steps and you will be glad you did! Now go into your analytics account and click on traffic and select the traffic type. Once you’ve selected the traffic type click on Adsense Revenue tab. In here you can see the keywords that paid you the most. This is key because this is something you were never able to do in the past.
Google Adsense never gave you this type of information. So with this information you can write new articles are are more focused on these keywords and therefore attract more of that kind of traffic and then your payout from Adsense will be larger! One thing to keep in mind though is that the payout on keywords can change due to geographical location, time of year, and the economy. So you need to keep those things in mind when optimizing your blog posts, articles, etc. This isn’t a exact science and it takes practice. This technique is more of a general guideline to get you moving in the right direction to earning more with Google Adsense.
The last key thing that everyone knows is the placement of the Google Ads. Especially if you are writing on a blog or website that people who visit are technical in nature. These type of people notice ads more quickly and are unlikely to click them unless they are very interesting. However if they are more mixed in with the content they are harder to see and therefore more people will click on them and your CTR will go up! Try it out for yourself and you will see! I’ve changed mine multiple times and am starting to find it has help me a lot!