Cost Per Click (CPC) depends a lot on number of advertisements placed on your website. Adsense allows maximum three contextual ads and one link unit with two search boxes to a publisher on any of its website page. Lots of publishers seem to be making full use of all of these options with the intention that will help them make more money from Adsense Ads. But in reality it is not the case. This will just annoy your website readers. No doubt, maximum usage of Ad Spots may give you more clicks but surely it will lower down your Google Adsense CPC. So you should implement fewer Google Adsense Ad units in your website pages. And According to latest Page Layout Algorithm from Google, having too many ads above the fold on your website will be inviting Google to place some form of penalty on your website. … [Read more...] about 7 Tips to Help You Increase Google Adsense CPC
The owners of a blog are not allowed to click on their own ads. Google can easily track such activities by sophisticated algorithms keeping a check over IP address of the machine which administrator used to make changes in his blog, and then the IP address of the machine from where the ads have been clicked on. But Google understands that human beings are prone to mistakes, and this is the reason it remains moderate for rare chances. But if the clicking gets more often, you can be punished severely. … [Read more...] about How to Protect Your Google Adsense Account against Ban?
Third question is what the exact niche of an incoming click is. To make it simple we would like to know what all are the niches from which clicks are coming. It means we want to know the category of all those ads from which we receive clicks. This information can help us in creating quality content that is synchronized with ads that pays maximum. … [Read more...] about 6 Questions To Google About Google Adsense
You can place ads above the fold as long as there is enough content above the fold. You are not allowed to place a 300×250 ad unit on top of the page when users are accessing your web page from a mobile device (Tip: Use responsive ad units). … [Read more...] about Google AdSense Program Policies, Terms & Conditions In A Nutshell
10. Amazon Associates Amazon is the biggest online store in the world, so they must be doing something good. Well, if you have a website that talks about any product that can be found on Amazon, then Amazon associates could work for you. Amazon allows you to put dynamic image ads to your blog, so that you can promote them and while this isn't a Pay-per-click or CPM program, it will pay you a small commission for everything they sell from your links. So let's say you have a blog about Apple products and you put an ad driving them to buy an iPod or just a cable. If they buy it, an small commission will be for you. So if you sell a $10 cable you might receive a few cents, but sell a $1500 Laptop and you might receive $100. The good thing is that everything they buy through your link (even if it isn't the product you recommended at first) will generate a commission for your. the only con I find with Amazon, is that they need to send you a check that could take weeks to arrive to your home, … [Read more...] about 10 Best Google Adsense Alternatives (2016)