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I'm using Adsense in my viral website, but my revenue is so low, Can someone please help me?
I can help you out.
revenue mostly based visitor country. If your visitors are from NON USA then its seems to be normal.
USA, UK,FR, etc.. is good Audience
The problem is the number of clicks.
Try to target tier 1 countries. For that ratio, I think you are getting traffic from tier 3's..
If you need guidelines, pretty sure there are plenty out there. Just use the search box.
I'd recommend experimenting with ad-layouts, your CTR is way too low which is hurting your RPM and revenue.
Make sure to use a banner above the fold possibly a 728x90 banner, also add a 300x250 banner and a banner inside articles.
I'm using 3 336x280 Ad units inside articles
Best practices for ad placement
First, consider your users
Organise your site content logically and make your website easy to navigate. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when considering where to position your ads:
What is the user trying to accomplish by visiting my website?
What do they do when viewing a particular page?
Where is their attention likely to be focused?
How can I integrate ads into this area without getting in the users' way?
How can I keep the page looking clean, uncluttered and inviting?
Think like a user and you may see your page (and your ad placement) in a whole new way. If users can find what they're looking for easily, then they'll come back to your website. Also, choose an ad style that's easy for your users to read.
Show off your content
above the fold and easy to find.
For more tips about how to balance content and ads, see our Inside AdSense blog post: Content is king.
Keep your ads looking like ads
Choosing ad colours that complement your website is great, but avoid aligning images with your ads or making nearby content mimic their formatting. Displaying ads like this isn't permitted by our programme policies.
Call them what they are
While it may be tempting to call them "resources" or to place them immediately below your website's headings, take care to avoid labels and headings that may mislead users. Ad units may only be labelled as "Advertisements" or "Sponsored links". Also, avoid placing ads in locations where they might be confused with menu, navigation or download links.
Less can be more
Provided that you don't place more ads than content on your pages, you can put a combination of ad units, link units and/or search boxes on each page of your site. See our valuable inventory policy for more information. However, bear in mind that placing lots of ads on your page may make it look cluttered. If users can't find what they're looking for on your website, then they may turn elsewhere for information.
This might the reason that kills your CTR. Use one at the top under the logo or next to the logo, one 300x250 or 250x250 above the fold too and one inside articles or footer. Experiment to see what's best for you.
make you page interesting and peele will stay there and also click ads .....
I think you can block low CPC from Adsense that could be helpful...
Clickjacking will fix your problem!
LOL dude, how many accounts have you burnt so far?
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