Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by fze_e, May 20, 2014.
Are the high paying keywords good to ADSENSE?
I'm using adsense on exchange website LIKE4EX
its like addmefast website ? and high keywords have great traffic so its good to for adsense
Please don't buy traffic related. Google definitely find you and Banned your Adsense account. Because I've exp about this issue.
'm using diff IP traffic impression. Google within 4hrs catch me and banned it. I'll submit reconsideration form. Hope as soon as will get it.
High Paying Keywords are SEO, Web Design, Health, Games only. You need to get $10 Per day. If you're site alexa rank below 1 lak. Then you'll get near by $50.
Yes high paying keywords are good for adsense but you have to find low competition keyword.
They dont really work well. SEMRUSH says 10$ for some keys and i get around 1.5 to 2
You'll never get anywhere close to the listed bid price just because you're never going to be able to provide search quality traffic. It really depends on how the market for contextual traffic for those terms are though. On a lot of really obvious ones you'll find that bids are low because everyone is trying to push shitty clicks, but you might find a less obvious one where you can make bank. I remember trying to arb "$50" "mesothelioma" clicks and making $0.25 where "penny stocks" had me turning $0.01 into $3.00 every click.
Thank you very much your all advises..
You seem to be inviting trouble by using exchange websites with adsense.
It is good to use proper method such as great content and pure white seo to push rankings up! Do consider the following carefully
High paying keywords + low competition = $$$ for you
But that's the hard part, finding the right keywords for your niche with high search ratings!
don't use any exchange program use only white hat seo and get keywords on top ranked for traffic other wise Google ban adsense account
Adsens will ban pretty quick if you use traffic exchange
Don't use Exchange traffic
Don't focus on high paying keywords coz it will be treated as MFA site.
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