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How to block low playing adsense ads from your site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by domainmadness, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    Is there any way to know how much is each advertisers cpc? I was just thinking that if I could block even few low paying advertisers and get my avarage CPC up even like 0,20?, it would benefit a lot per month.

    I'm sure there is few very low paying advertisers in my niche, but I have no idea how to figure out which one is paying well and which isn't.
     
  2. makinsys

    makinsys Newbie

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    I'm also interested. Thanks!
     
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    BlackxHat Power Member

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    idk if you can
     
  4. derago21

    derago21 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You can block advertisers from your Adse*ense* Control panel.
    But it is hard to find out the CPC of those advertisers.
     
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    zoyaraymonds Regular Member

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    ficfroc Regular Member

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    Great Share OP, that was a nice read,

    I think that you can also limit the adslots you're showing in your website, it increases the CPC but on the other hand you might have less clicks. The best solution is to test different ad places and see which one converts well after limiting your adsolts to only 1.
     
  7. huser21

    huser21 Regular Member

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    Keyword Spy will tell you what you're looking for. Then block those advertisers that are to low.
     
  8. pokerjk

    pokerjk Senior Member

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    Yes there sure is follow the steps below.

    1) Login to your Adsense account
    2) Go to allow & block ads
    3) Go to blocking options
    4) Go to advanced settings
    5) Untick Interest-based Ads Preference
    6) High CPC ads

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  9. manis11

    manis11 Newbie

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    yea , thanks for the share.

    But how you will identify Low Paying and High Paying advertiser ? is there any methods for that ?
     
  10. pokerjk

    pokerjk Senior Member

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    If you want to block advertisers manually check the CPC manually for that keyword. SEMrush is a great tool for this :)
     
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    john1444 Elite Member

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    Blocking the ads is not the solution, the keyword you are ranking for determines how much you will be paid per click and remember you are paid 60% of the total CPC.

    To know how much advertiser are paying for visit Google Keyword Tool, sign in
    and go to Tool and Analysis > Contextual Targeting Tool and type your target keyword.

    A lot of people assume that the Approximate CPC is where they go for such answer but that is not true.
     
  12. huser21

    huser21 Regular Member

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    Keyword spy-just identify the ads URL-it will tell you what the advertiser is paying for each keyword.