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Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by gangsta money, Nov 21, 2015.

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  1. gangsta money

    gangsta money Junior Member

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    hi guys. i can get around 3k pageviews a day to my website. i run 3 adsense ads but no one clicks on them. maybe 1 click per day :D
    I tought its good traffic for adsense. any tips please? :D
     
  2. True Miller

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    Well there's are few things you need to consider:
    - Who are these people
    - What are you people doing on your website
    - Are your AdSense ads in front of these people
    - Have you optimised your ads to look like they're part of your site
    ] - Used CSS
    ] - Coloured your ads appropriately and used the correct fonts
     
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    mrnixdorf Regular Member

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    I've experience the same problem, but figure it out.
    Now 6000 views with 140 clicks average a day.

    what True Miller said is true, and everything is about your niche.
     
  4. HoneyHelper

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    may be your traffic is not targeted to your niche !
    where does all your visitors come from ?
     
  5. clevelandslim

    clevelandslim Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Post your adsense in your niche related topics
     
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    Tosmekop Supreme Member

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    Everyone above me has pretty much already said it. If your 3k/day views are targeted, then I would focus on two things:
    1. Ad integration / configuration to match the website.
    2. Check your content. If it looks like a 3rd grader wrote it, then chances are nobody's going to feel compelled to click on anything.
     
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    Change your ads placement maybe it will help
     
  8. IrisGee

    IrisGee Newbie

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    It may be that your traffic is not targeted to your niche! Where do all your visitors come from? I have had Adsense for years and have never reached the $100 payout level. Last time I checked it was over $50 but that was over a space of years at hubpages.com which used to have good page views which I've had payouts with that. I don't write for Google ads. I just write what I want to write.
     
  9. LupusNobilis

    LupusNobilis Registered Member

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    How much money do you make with 140 clicks a day? Also, is it THAT important to have targeted traffic? I'm working on a website right now and I'm gonna monetize it with Adsense but it will be about viral news, videos, etc so I'm not sure how targeted that traffic will be.
     
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    I agree with what everyone said above about being targeted and ad placement. At 3k per day you definitely should be making some money.

    There are just some keywords that simply don't work well for Adsense too. If you verify that the traffic is targeted and your ad placements are good - maybe you could test other forms of monetization (maybe a CPA offer or something) and see if anything works out better for you.