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  1. crossbg

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    Hello dear BHW members. I am new member of, but definitely not in IM and AdSense. So..in that topic I'm going to talk about how to generate more incomes using AdSense when you got traffic. That is not guide how to get the traffic! More affected points:

    - How to protect your account getting banned?
    - How to let the users click in legal way?
    - More about the different kinds of traffic and users' behaviour on your website
    - Analysing the users
    - Is AdSense best alternative for me?


    Who need to reed it?
    Every person who is using AdSense!

    So let's get started without tedious introductions and descriptions..I really don't like them.

    Firstly
    , I cannot say how many people you need. You need to make your fisrt very important decision:
    - 1. You want 100 websites which gives you 1$ per day/website - here you cannot find so much content
    - 2. You want 1 website which gives you 100$ per day - here you need to be very motivated and aggressive

    You can reckon your RPM easily - Views*CTR*CPR=RPM


    So. I think you've chosen the second, right? Then continue reading.
    I. Analysing
    1. Analyse your users using Google Analytics
    Analytics is your GOLD MINE. You cannot profit with AdSense without it. Now, we are going to analyse is AdSense best opportunity for your website.

    1.1 Analyse the traffic source
    Just see where is your traffic from.
    - If your website receives traffic from Google, that is not OK, THAT IS THE BEST! You know that the users who come from Google click on ads more frequently than the others. No matter which are other sources.
    - If your website receives traffic from Facebook, you should consider very carefully is your website elligible for AdSense.
    - If your website is fulfilled with bullshit content such as "SHOCK! See What Happned After That Woman Kissed a...." so your website should not be monetized via AdSense. Try using a program that pay for impression, not for clicks.
    - If your website is fulfilled with tests, quizzes, etc. - you can use AdSense.These users click a lot on your website to complete a test so if you've read the information below cautiosly, you will earn a lot of money,
    - If you have quality content - use SEO, mate! You can also earn from AdSense using Facebook but Google traffic is your best chance. The Facebook user opens your website, scrolls down to scan the content and clicks the X button....

    1.2 Analyse the Bounce Rate

    The gold rule - 1+ minute/user on your website + the lowest possible BounceRate and you'd be rich. Seriously, do you think that users can see your ad in 10 seconds average staying? Optimist! But AdSense don't like optimists - if there is one think you will remember from my article, memorize that sentence.

    That was easy, right? So let's continue with the interesting part.

    II


    1. Set up your ads. Use AD-FRIENDLY design


    You must have understood that the users don't like ads. Users want to get some useful information, not to get you rich from AdSense. That's it. You should be agressive. Make the content readable, the backgroung emollient and the ads - salient.
    1.2 The colors
    As I've already said - make everything monotonous and let the ads contrast the design. For example:
    - Logo - gray and black
    - Header - light gray background. Use the ad space and put a banner there.
    - Main content - as said, light gray background. Do not use any colors in your design - make the share buttons boring too.
    - Article - try to avoid colorful images near the ads.

    You may think that is silly but it is not. If your content is quality, you won't persecute the visitors.

    1.3 Ad Positions
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    As you can see on the image - the red zones are most profitable. You have to put ads between your content and in every article. Merge the content with the ads and do not leave blank space between the text and ad.
    Note - 2 or 3 months ago AdSense told that the rule " No more than 3 ads per page " won't be valid anymore. But if you put ads everywhere, including the white and yellow zones, the incomes will fall down. Place adverisements only at the orange and red zones, the quantity doesn't mean quality.


    2. Speed up your website. Use Lazy Load
    I think that is the most useful article on that topic - https://css-tricks.com/lazy-loading-responsive-adsense-ads/.
    The Lazy Load allows you to load ads before content and is really helpful when we talk about increasing profits from AdSense. There is also a guide to make all ads responsive.

    I also recommend using GTmetrix and optimizing everything to A grade. It's definitely wrong to think visitors will stay on your slow website no matter is the content good or not.

    It is very important to place the ads correctly on mobile devices, too. DO NOT forget about that. If you are using WordPress there are a lot of plugins that would help you to set up the advertisements properly.

    3. Preventing from BAN and invalid clicks

    NEVER CLICK ON YOUR ADS, never create more than 2 AdSense accounts and never let the user click on your ads. That's it shortened version of the AdSense rules.
    4.1 Invalid clicks
    I've found this a month ago. Here is the method how Google catch the invalid clicks:
    IP Address
    If the AdSense click is originated from the same IP Address as the one used for accessing your AdSense account, your account is flagged.

    Cookies
    Most home users do not use static IP Address for Internet connection. In most cases just disconnect and reconnect will give you a new IP Address. But don’t forget, Google has set cookies on your computer.

    Other Google Services
    Thinking that you are safe just because you do not access your AdSense account? Think again. This time, consider these: GMail, Google Earth, Google Calendar, Google Search, Google Toolbar, Google Talk, Google Sitemap, Google Desktop, Blogger, and so on, and so on. With the wide range of services they provide, Google can trace the originator of most (or probably almost all) clicks.

    Click Pattern 1
    Oh, why this computer / IP address / person is so trigger-click-happy on this particular website but never click on the ads on other sites?

    Click Pattern 2
    And why is it that people accessing these sites direct (type-in URL or from bookmark) tend to be very active ad-clickers compared with those referred from search engine or other sites?

    Click Pattern 3
    And why the ad-clickers like to hit and run, compared with non ad-clickers that surf a few pages before leaving?

    Click-Through-Rate (CTR)
    Your CTR may range from 0.5% to 10%, but if it exceeds a certain point (probably around 10%), you are flagged.

    Geo-Location
    Used Urchin (Google Analytics) before? Then you should know that Google can trace traffics origin down to the small town. Different IP doesn’t mean much. Unless you site is really targetted to one small geo-point, a high number of clicks from nearby location will get you banned quickly.

    Hardware address?
    MAC address of the LAN card, modem, and router works almost like a fingerprint. I’m not sure if Google can track this, but probably they do. They have rocket scientist, remember?

    Advertisers conversion rate
    Ad click is one thing. But does it bring value to the advertisers? If none of the clicks on your site translate to conversion to the advertiser, you are in trouble. First the Smart-Pricing hits, then your AdSense account disabled.

    Search Engine Ranking
    Your website is not indexed on any search engine, not linked by any prominent website, but get consistently high traffic? That sounds like something is in play. Regardless of whether it is an adware-embedded software, spam, trojan clickbot, or intentionally installed click-exchange network, it doesn’t sound right.


    Webpage design
    How about the “click here” or “support us”? Google has the best search engine in the world. Is it really that hard to find those words?

    Combo
    Each of these detection methods might seem rather weak. But combine them together, and not many click-fraud can pass-through these filters. Even the smartest clickbot will have a hard time.


    In short, it is almost impossible to cheat AdSense in the long term. Instead of spending time, money, and effort trying to outsmart Google, try mine tips to improve your AdSense earning. Google know everything - your MAC adress too.

    *In addition to
    Search Engine Ranking
    Your website is not indexed on any search engine, not linked by any prominent website, but get consistently high traffic? That sounds like something is in play. Regardless of whether it is an adware-embedded software, spam, trojan clickbot, or intentionally installed click-exchange network, it doesn’t sound right.

    That's one more reason why your main traffic source should not be Facebook.
    Also put "Sponsored" or "Ad" under the advertisements.

    That is not the end. A guide how to find most profitable AdSense keywords is coming soon!

    Hope you like it
    Please share your opinion about it.


    Cheers,
     
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  2. 247PVAservice

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    Great information mate.
     
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    Thank you :)

    If you have any questions - ask, I'm glad to reply you ;)
     
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    I have a few questions :)

    Is there a plugin you recommend that tells the user to whitelist your site? (most of my users have adblock so this is a problem for me)

    Most of my traffic doesn't like to click ads for some reason. What do you think is the best cpm alternative to adsense?

    Thanks
     
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    Well, I will write on this topic in a few days. I'll tag you when that happens;)
     
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    This is the first time I have ever sat patiently to read on a topic concerning AdSense. Thanks for that enlightenment.
     
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  9. crossbg

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    Really happy to hear that. :).

    I will post new threads soon
     
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    So..finally I've got some time to reply after 2 weeks.
    1. Don't stop them. Earn. . Here is an interesting site that I've been using these months. I'd say it's pretty good service :). But If you still want to stop them and got advertisers who force you - have a look at that, I like it too .
    2. Well, I'm really sure the direct advertisers are the best thing that can happen to your website. If you've got enough traffic, you'll got enogh direct adverisers who pay on impression. Try to grow your website then, it would not be easy, but it's worth, personal experience. AdSense is nice for the clicking visitor no matter is the website authority or not because of many things. But I've got a gold rule - AdSense or direct ads and anything else. Of cource you can find a lot of PPI programs but in my opinion they're just bullshits.

    And - before removing AdSense, make sure you've followed my advise in the 1st post.

    Thanks for asking, @Turhan ;)
     
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    Very informative post! Thank you
     
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    Nice to hear it! :)
     
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    Which ad network is that?
     
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    It is best to put ad just under the title (with one line of text between ad and the title).

    Or junt under a image (with one line of text between ad and the title).

    Other places are not that good.
     
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