The 3 Pillars of Making Money with Google Adsense

28
Feb
2016
Posted by: Rusty  /   Category: Uncategorized   /   No Comments

Maybe you are a new blogger or have an existing website, for which you are thinking about methods on how to better monetize.
In that case, you’ve arrived at the right place!
In this post, I’ll explain to you the 3 pillars for earning a stable, passive income with Adsense. You’ll be finally able to make money from Adsense.

1. First of all, you have to get daily traffic to your website or blog. Without traffic, your earnings may amount to, $0 per month.

So , make sure to acquire that in order. You can start gaining traffic to your own domain by any means possible. You could try improving as well as investing into your on-page and off page SEO, try participating in social media and community forums, comment on other people’s blog and so on.

2. Here goes #2.

Make sure you strategically place your ads around your website so that they get the highest amount of attention by readers as you can.

Placing three leaderboard ads at the bottom of your article will do nothing to your earnings.
You have to have the header banner ad, you should most definitely have a part banner, and nice square 256×256 advertising or text ad works pretty perfectly as well.

Note, make sure you abide by the Adsense rules, as improper positioning (trying to cover the ads as regular textual content) or spamming the ads everywhere will be detrimental to your Adsense money.

3. Finally, we possess come to point number 3.

ALWAYS be traffic monitoring your usage metrics. If you are blind to what your visitors are doing, there is no way to improve your money making.

Sure, you’ll probably climb to be able to $10-30 dollars per day at most, but after that you are going to hit a dry spell, as, without good usage statistics and metrics, you’ll have no idea which parts of your website will be the most profitable, which are the most problematic, and so on.

Good analytics networks are Google’s personal Analytics and Webmaster Tools, and Statcounter (I actually prefer Statcounter more, though it is a 3rd party tool).

Well, I hope I’ve been helpful with this information to help you get made its debut in making money.

Stay tuned for part two quickly!

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