How to Improve Your Adsense Revenue in 4 Simple Steps

How to Improve Your Adsense Revenue in 4 Simple Steps

There are many ways to monetise your Websites and Blogs, some easier than others. But certainly one of the simplest and fastest ways to earn money on the internet today is by utilising “Google Adsense”

There are thousands of savvy Internet Marketers online today who are earning hundreds of  thousands of Dollars each year using this strategy, however as with most of the internet
marketing strategies out there, there is a right way and a wrong way to implement it, so I have written this article based on my own experiences and through the many joint ventures I have been lucky enough to have become involved in, with some of the top Adsense marketers around, to bring you……wait for it………

….4 Simple Steps to Improve Your Adsense Revenue.

How to Improve Your Adsense Revenue in 4 Simple Steps

1. Find a Successful Format and Stick With it.

It seems that the one ad format that works the best for the majority is the large 336×280 rectangle. This particular format gave the most impressive CTR during split testing. But why this format? Well, it would appear that it is because out of all of the Adsense ad formats, this size and type looks more like a normal link on which most people would click without thinking.

2. Do Not Try To Hide Your Adsense Ads.

Make sure you are honest about your Adsense Ad placements. Do Not try to hide them away in some far flung corner of your Website or Blog. Place your ads where people can see them quickly. You will be amazed how much difference this will make to your Adsense revenue.

3. Customise Your Adsense Ads.

Customising your Ads to suit your Website or Blogs theme, design, layout and particularly the colours can make a massive difference to Click Through Rate (CTR). Make sure you choose a colour that fits in with the background. So if your Website has a white background for example, use white as the colour of your ad border and background. By doing this, you make your Adsense ads look like part of the website/blog pages. Again, by doing this, you will increase the number of clicks on your ads.

4. Automate Your Adsense Insertion.

You can automate your Adsense insertion code onto your pages by utilising a technology known as SSI (Server Side Included).  Most servers these days support SSI, but if you areunsure simply contact your web hosting provider.

So how do you do it? Well, you simply save your Adsense code into a text file, best thingis to save it simply as “Adsense text” and upload it to the root directory of your website. Then using SSI, call the code onto other pages. An even simpler way to do this, however, especially if you are using a WordPress Blog, is to use the Adsense Plug-in which you can download from This is the method I highly recommend because you need no Website coding knowledge at all, so it is ideal for newbie’s.

How to Improve Your Adsense Revenue in 4 Simple Steps

So there you have it, the 4 Simple Steps to Improve Your Adsense Revenue. I know from experience and through talking to some of the worlds best Adsense Marketers, that by following these 4 tips you will increase your Adsense earnings.

However, it is important to know that Adsense ads are displayed based on the interests of the people viewing them. So focusing on a particular niche to get your ads up and running first, should be your primary objective. Because the displays will be LASER targeted to theparticular persons viewing already.

You should also be aware that these 4 simple tips to increase your Adsense revenue, are exactly that….TIPS. But tips given by successful marketers who have used them to boost their Adsense earnings to astronomical levels.

Levels that YOU TOO can reach if you TAKE ACTION.

How to Improve Your Adsense Revenue in 4 Simple Steps

All the best.


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