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There are several things that we must do to achieve considerable ad revenue every month through Blogs, including:
Analyze Potential Ads
Google Adsense already provides statistics on ads' progress in the account dashboard. Our job is to select and sort out which ads have high performance and low impact.
How to See Potential Ads?
- Open a Google Adsense account.
- Look for the Ad Units report. Usually, there are 2, in Graphs and the Number of Clicks.
- Report setting to Last 7 Days (Week)
Then you will see the five best ads equipped with line graph indicators, the most earnings, impressions, and clicks.
How to Read Ad Graphics?
See, the consistent line is always at the top. For example, in the graphic above, two ad units earn high money: Upper Banner Ads (blue line) and OK Screen Bottom ads (red line).
How to Read Potential Ad Clicks?
Google usually sorts ads by the number of earnings so that the most payments will be at the top of the list.
Meanwhile, the highest number of impressions and clicks is marked with a solid gray color code.
How to View Ads with Poor Performance?
- Press the View Report button
- Press Ad Unit
- Pay attention to the (eye) icon, some are black, and some are crossed out.
- Also, pay attention to the number of Estimated Earnings, Impressions, RPM, and Clicks.
- The ad unit at the bottom of the red box is the worst.
Allow or Remove Ads
Most beginner bloggers are misguided; they think the more ads installed, the higher the income they will get. Yet the fact is the opposite.
Ads To Keep
This type of advertisement is usually the main money engine for Blogs:
- Responsive Ads (Banners)
- Ads floating under the screen
- Ads over articles (below the title)
- In the middle of the article Iklan
Ads To Remove
These types of ads are sometimes just annoying and hurt the price:
- Lower-end ads, usually located under the comments column or related articles: Ads like this are sometimes rarely seen, let alone clicked.
- Auto Ads (Auto Ads): Usually, these ads appear in any place and are very large in number. Most Auto Ads ads have low prices.
- Ads with income below IDR 10,000 / 7 days
This type of ad performs well in increasing revenue:
- Sidebar Ads (left/right)
- Safelink Ads
- Article Bottom Ads
Best Ad Position
Ad size is not the main factor determining earnings but the position determining the ad's performance.
The most friendly positions for visitors and advertisers are usually at the top of the page, such as Banner ads, Ads under post titles, and sticky ads.
Best Ad Size
The correct position plus the right size will result in an excellent salary. Here are some ad sizes that match the ad placement position.
- Banner Ads: Responsive size ads
- Bottom of Title Ads: Auto Horizontal size ads
- Mobile Article Middle Ad: Ad size (300x600)
- Under Article Ads: In-Article Ads
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I increase my AdSense earnings as a blogger?
Optimize your website for AdSense by placing ads in prominent locations, experimenting with different ad formats and sizes, and regularly creating high-quality content.
What are some best practices for ad placement on my blog?
AdSense recommends placing ads above the fold, in the middle of content, and at the end of posts.
How can I increase my AdSense ads' click-through rate (CTR)?
CTR can be improved by placing ads in prominent locations, making sure ads are relevant to your content, and regularly creating high-quality content.
How do I know which ad formats and sizes perform best on my blog?
AdSense provides detailed reporting on the performance of different ad formats and sizes, which can be accessed through your AdSense account.
Can I use other ad networks alongside AdSense on my blog?
Yes, you can use other ad networks alongside AdSense, but check the terms of service for both AdSense and the other network to ensure compliance.
Does the amount of traffic on my blog affect my AdSense earnings?
Yes, the amount of traffic on your blog can have a significant impact on your AdSense earnings, as more traffic means more potential ad impressions and clicks.
How often will I be paid by AdSense?
AdSense pays out monthly as long as your earnings reach the minimum threshold for payment.
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