Wow!.. the lovely virtual sound of a website visitor clicking on an Goggle Adsense ad! Each pay-per-click Adsense click is a little bit more money in your pocket. But how to encourage more clicks, without violation of Google's terms and conditions for proper Adsense behavior? Here's how to optimize your earnings.
I am sure you're familiar with Google's own suggestions for increasing your Adsense pay-per-click (PPC) revenue. Google Adsense Factors like ad placement, color, size, text or image, and so on will all help determine how often visitors will click on ads.
There's no magic formula exist about increasing Google Adsense earning, but you can follow some logical tips and tricks to increase your earnings. Google offers a good discussion of what you should be focused on. See our "Improving Adsense Performance" blog post for more advice on how to maximize your earnings.
They have Adsense ads on some of their own properties. I was surprised when I saw first time goggle Adsense color and ad scheme and I think you will also be surprised at their choice of ad placement or color schemes, but if it works for Google, it might work for you as well. It may pay to experiment with similar schemes on your own site. To have a look at how Google does it, use the links in the Resources section to see Google sites with ads.
Send your visitors in the right direction. It is strictly forbidden to ask visitors to click on your ads. Nothing will get you bounced out of the Adsense program faster than that. You can read "18 common mistakes that ban your adsense account" post for learn details. However, you can certainly steer them in the right direction. Let your visitors know of interesting areas around your page. For instance, you might want to take note of my handsome picture in the upper right of this page, and the links below the picture to my other blog posts.
Always make sure the ads that appear on your pages are relevant to your audience. If you're writing an article about diapers, aimed at new moms, and the ads on the page are for motor oil, well...something is amiss. Tinker with your title, tags and website wording, and make sure the ads make sense for your audience.
There are other pay-per-click ad services besides Adsense. You may want to consider adding one or more of these to your site as well. There are also numerous affiliate ads you can place. See the Top 10 Alternatives of Google Adsense section for details.
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