My Wicked Secret for Making $100 Daily From Google Adsense & SEO Part1

What’s So Special About Adsense?

Yeah yeah yeah, we all heard about how great adsense is but I think hardly anyone really realize its real potential until they start to see real money in their hands. Below image is the big picture of the overall steps, how I made it. What was my thought and what was the focus at the time. By the way, I don’t really look like that on the side.

I believe the reason that makes adsense the best way to monetize a web site is that, you can just focus on bringing traffic alone and still make enough money. Unlike affiliate and e-commerce where you have to worry about convert traffic to buyers as much as finding traffic.

If driving traffic to your site is all you want to do and you do it well, you will be just fine with adsense. It’s just so nice to be able to focus on one thing, don’t you think?

If that’s not good enough for you? Here are some more good things:

1. There’s no risk. No investment. Time and energy are all you ever need.

2. The potential is HUGE, as there are so many big companies advertising with Google. It’s just endless income.

3. Once you know how to make a few dollars, it’s not hard to apply the same method to make more and more.

4. Google is unlikely to scam little guys like us. Well.. may be they do but the fact that it’s been paying Awucha Ezikel non-stop for the past 4 years and not once that it skipped his payment. If they cheated then Google is doing a very good job because he never felt a thing.

AdWords Earns, AdSense Pays.

AdSense is not a get-rich-quick program.
Sorry to disappoint someone. You have to build a site and drive decent amount of traffic to make money. Like I said about Awucha Ezikel who has been making money with this program since 2016. Today, my friends make around $ 50 - $ 120 per day per web site for a few years now. Almost forget the kid next door, he has been making more than hundreds per day for a year now.

So what is adsense & adwords anyway?

Google AdSense lets you earn money by displaying relevant ads on your site. Google gives you a piece of code to put on your site where ads would appear and you make money when visitors click on them. Simple right? You bet. However, there would be no ad- sense without adwords. AdWords is the pay-per-click advertising, the source of income. It’s the advertising system and service that makes Google one of the fastest growing and richest companies in the world.

AdWords lets anyone advertise on these 2 networks:

1. Google Search Network including sites like Google search, Gmail and other 3rd parties like AOL search and
2. Google Display Network; that’s your sites including million other ad- sense publisher sites out there who also getting pay in this very second.
“No matter what your budget, you can display your ads on Google and our advertising network. Pay only if people click your ads.” said Google AdWords.

Learning about how AdWords works mean a great deal to an adsense publisher in making much more money.
I suggest after reading on primetechng, go beyond it, learn as much as you can about adwords and it will make you even smarter in adsense.

Endless Money, Come Get it!

This should be on our next topic on AdSense earning.

Must-Know Report Terms.

To adsense publishers, traffic does mean a bunch of cars but is the people we bring to our site. But to Google AdSense, it looks at traffic as ad impressions. That just one of a few terms you need to learn before making the most of adsense.

Here they are Pay-Per-Click:

Yep! This is what you will be making money out of. The most popular online Advertising system that Google AdWords and Ad- Sense pulled it off. As the name im- plied, it’s a no-click-no-pay system.

See the image below (It’s an old adsense report but it’s the best I found for illustrating the point I am making).

Ad Impressions/ Pageviews: To us this is the traffic. To Google AdSense, this is what they count when each ad gets loaded or viewed by a web visitor. It’s the first column in your adsense report.

People ask this question a lot. Why the stat in Google Analytics isn’t the same as in the adsense report. How can it be? Since GA is trying to measure traffic for each page while adsense only cares about each ads. They will never get on.

Anyway, at about every 100 visits measured by Google Analytics, you should get about 70 ad impressions for each ad show in Google AdSense report. Just look at your adsense earning report against your Google Analytics visit report and you’d know.

Page CTR%:

The percentage of click through rate (CTR%) is the number of ad clicks divided by the number of page views. 100 people visit your page but only 10 clicked on your ad = 10% CTR. Simple.

Cost per Click (CPC):

It’s is the $ amount you earn each time a user clicks on your ad.

Page eCPM (Page RPM):

This is what you will see in adsense earning report. Most people ignore this. I do too since it doesn’t help much. Page effective CPM (eCPM) represents your estimated earnings for every 1000 impressions you receive for each ad.

In our next topic (part 2) I'll explain more on the following

The Contextual Ad.

The Contextual Ads,
How Much Google Pays,
How & When to Get Paid,
How to Get Banned.

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