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Friday, 3 May 2019

What are the ways to make money?



AdSense program has many different AD units for their publishers. Here are some:

AdSense for Content: Display text or banner ads on a website
AdSense for Search: Display ads in search results on a website
AdSense for mobile: Specially designed for mobile view sites
AdSense for feeds: Display ads in RSS feeds
AdSense for domains: Used for parked domains or unused domains
AdSense for Video: Display ads in YouTube videos or any other video contents
AdSense for Mobile Apps: Monetize your Android and iPhone applications
AdSense for Games: Monetize your browser-based games

There are multiple ways for earning money with Google. All you need to have your own blog that interests your users in some ways and must have a steady flow of traffic every day.

How much money can you make?


It is a very common question that everyone wants to know. No one can estimate exactly how much one can earn money with Google as it depends on various factors of monetization.

• The total traffic that your blog/website receives
• Targeted traffic you are receiving
• Number of advertisers in your niche
• Type of content you published
• The position of your AD Placements

If you want to increase your AdSense revenue just follow these simple tips:

• Place 1 Ad unit above the fold in the main article content of your website
• Place 1 ad unit on the sidebar
• Place 1 ad unit at the end of your article.

These three locations are proven to drive most clicks which will help you to increase revenue.

How much does Google pay per view?


Let’s make a simple calculation that if you want to make $1000 next month. You are having 30Days in a month.

So, $1000 divided by 30 = $33.33 a day.

You want to earn $34 approx. Every day to cash out $1000 next month from Google. Isn’t it?

You need to create 34Pages on your blog or website to earn $1 per page every day. There are three options:

• 34 Pages to earn $1 per page per day. ($1 x 34 = $34)
• 68 pages to earn $0.5 per page per day. ($0.5 x 68 = $34)
• 136 Page to earn $0.25 per page per day. ($0.25 x 136 = $34)

In the above calculation, your target is $34 to earn every day for cashing out $1000 at the end of the month.

Google will pay for your ads based on CTR (Click through ratio) calculation and in general an average CTR to sail on the safer side would be 1% and your CPC will be $0.25.

The above screenshot represents average earnings of my AdSense account. Now you have some clarification on How Google pays yours for Ads.

No one can predict the earnings for a blog and it purely depends on your Niche and competition.

Some of the High Paying CPC niches for AdSense are Finance and market, Mobile technology and software, Recipe sites, Insurance sites, health info blogs etc.

You can get the complete list of various types of blogs that makes money in this article.

On the other hand, low paying CPC niche was grouped as Entertainment sites such as Arts, movie review blog, music download sites, wallpapers, Jokes and SMS, News blogs, Quotes, Photoblogs etc.

How do you make money?

Revenue is generated based on the total number of unique clicks or unique impressions that your displayed AD receives in every 24hrs. Unique clicks only will be calculated for revenue distribution.

To earn money online with Google AdSense, you need to register a free account with their AdSense program.

Log in to their account, copy and paste the HTML AD code in your blog pages to monetize.

There are lots of different kinds of ad formats are available with the Google Adsense program such as text link ads, banner ads, animated gif images, flash banners etc.

You will earn money with Google every time your ad gets clicked or viewed by your blog visitor. You will make money irrespective of whether a sale was made or not for the advertisers.

You can earn almost from $0.001 to $10 as far as I heard somewhere but actually, you will get $0.001 to $1 for every click and it solely depends on the advertiser who pays.

One cannot estimate how much we can earn from Google Ad Sense? But I am sure you can earn a decent income to pay your bills often.

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