Making money from Google AdSense that is what most of the blogger dream before they start blogging. So many bloggers start blogging so that they can make money from Google AdSense. However, the road to success is not that easy if the strategy goes wrong. Eventually, they end up quitting blogging, as they do not get Google AdSense approval on their blog.
Here is an article for Quick Google AdSense approval guide that will help you get AdSense approval on your website:
Well even if they able to get the Google AdSense approval, many of us not able to generate good income and they end up making only a few bucks a month. Because they do not exactly know how much traffic is required to generate the money they want.
So what is the difference between those bloggers who make good income than those who make only a few bucks?
The only things you need is better planning and execution.
However, before we really dive deep into the exact process, let us have a look at the basic terminologies for a better understanding of the Google AdSense.
Click through Rate (CTR): Click through Rate is a percentage of the number of ads clicked divided by the number of individual ad impressions. Suppose you are showing three AdSense ads on every page, your single page view is equal to three ad impressions.
Click-Through-Rate (CTR)= (Clicks / Ad Impressions) X 100
Suppose, you get 10 clicks out of 1000 ad impressions, your CTR would be 1%, (10/1000)*100.
To increase Click-Through-Rate (CTR), you might want to read the following resources; I feel this would be helpful for you:
Cost per Click (CPC): Cost per Click is the revenue you earn each time a visitor clicks on your ad. The advertisers usually determine the cost per Click.
CPM: CPM stands for the “Cost per 1000 Impressions.”
CPM is an income model where an advertiser pays a fixed amount on per thousand ad impression. No click is necessary to make your money.
Before continuing, I am considering that you have an approved Google AdSense account.
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How to Make $100 per Day with Google AdSense:
Let us assume the Click through Rate for your website is as low as 1%, which means only one visitor clicks on your ad placed on your website out of 100.
The Cost per Click (CPC) is $0.25. Which is quite very low and maximum bloggers have better CPC than this.
1(a). Number of page views = Ad Impression i.e., 1 Ad on Every Page
To make $100:
You need 40,000 page views per day or 400 ad clicks with 1% Click-Through-Rate (CTR) and $0.25 Cost-Per-Click (CPC).
Apart from Cost-Per-click (CPC), you also make money from “Cost per 1000 Impression” model. If we consider average CPM to be $2, then you make $2 every time you reach 1000 page views.
So, on 40,000 views you make:
(40,000/1000) * $2 = $80
Which means a total of $180 a day.
1(b). 3 Ads on Every Web Page
In this example, we have placed 3 ads on every web page, unlike the previous option where a number of page views = Ad impression.
To make $100:
You, of course, need 40,000 ad impression but for 40,000 ad impression, we only need 13,334 page views as we have already placed 3 AdSense ads on each web page. As per AdSense policy, you can only have 3 Ads per page.
1(c). Average Page Views per Visit
According to research, the average page views per visit is 3 to 4 and the average length of visit is 2–3 minutes. So let us say you get 3 page views per visit. Now look at how much traffic is required to make $100 per day:
Total Ad Impression we need to make $100 = 40,000
Ad placed on each page: 3
Total Pageviews needed for 40,000 ad impression: (40,000/3) = 13,334 Page Views
As we discussed average Page Views per visit is 4. Therefore, the actual traffic that we need to make $100 per day:
Total Visitors you need: (13,334/4) = 3,334 visitors a day
When we started with 40,000 visitors a day to make $100 per day, I bet 95% of the people who are reading this article would have thought that it is a damn difficult task.
However, once we proceed further by taking some actual data, the traffic that we needed came down from 40,000 to just 3,334. Isn’t it amazing?
Remember, I discussed earlier that making money from AdSense is very easy but generating good income requires proper planning and execution. That is what we did in our first scenario.
Note: The data that we took was as low as possible.
I hope you enjoyed reading this guide of How to earn $100 Per Day with Google AdSense.
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