5 Tips To Increase Adsense CTR (Click Through Rate) & CPC

the biggest mistake I see with human beings the use of Adsense as their monetization method, is that they neglect that Adsense is a CPC based network. You receives a commission consistent with click, now not by impression.

yet over and over once more I see people now not laying out their commercials on their web sites to maximize their profits capability.

forget site visitors for right now. I’m going to show you how you may close to double your profits from your existing traffic with some optimization tricks I’ve picked up over the years.

1. Adsense put the higher price ads first.
You’re allowed to use 3 ad blocks and 3 link units for each page of your site. While I don’t normally use link units at all, I do use 3 ad blocks no matter how short my content is. So, when people click to the first ad, you will earn more. Try to make your first ads looks more attractive and appealing. Less is better.

2. How do you view and read a site?
Do you always see the main title which is usually place at the top-left position then move your eyes to the center then to right side? Correct right? Reports show that people will look through a website from top-left, then center, then to the right. So, put your ads at a place which will caught the eyes of visitors to your site and earn more…


3. Put your ads beside a VIDEO on your site.
This can attract visitors to click it. This step can double the CTR of Adsense.

4. Try to get more traffic to your site.
Try Facebook.com, Twitter.com, Reddit.com, stumbleupon.com and Google+ etc. Get more readers/visitors and this will RAISE the possibility of clicks on your ads.

5. Climb higher in search engine position.
The best is to get to the TOP. This will ensure your blog to get a lot of attention and get more visitors. CTR will boost and of course, more $$$!




5 Tips To Increase Adsense CTR (Click Through Rate) & CPC 5 Tips To Increase Adsense CTR (Click Through Rate) & CPC Reviewed by Mukesh Mali on 6/01/2017 Rating: 5

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