2 Essential Ways to Explode Your Adsense income

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One popular misconception about Adsense is that you need TONS of traffic to make money with the program.

Sadly, most people's Adsense content pages are set up to be NARROW and SHALLOW. No wonder their visitors only visit one page or two and bounce back out.

There are 2 tweaks you can use to greatly increase your Adsense income

1) Split your single big blog post into several pages using the "nextpage" tag in Wordpress

2) CALL each article page's readers to action to click INTERNAL LINKS to increase your dwell time. You can even use teasers as you lead the visitor from page to page.

The end results?

Longer visit lengths




Higher adsense revenue

Conclusion: Adsense can be a great PASSIVE INCOME source for 'filler' niches. You just need to maximize views even if you have a low traffic volume.

The techniques I mention above effective turn 1 pair of eyeballs into several pairs.
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  • Profile picture of the author White Pearl
    It will decrease the bounce rate for sure but i think if you have 1 post article which is high quality then user will interact more rather than clicking again and again to read the full article.
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  • Profile picture of the author WonderJack
    Thanks for the advice I'm new to IM
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  • Profile picture of the author msulcs
    Another great way is to add an image gallery, where you need to click the next image, and every 3rd-4th image is an ad.
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    • Profile picture of the author King Manu
      Really?

      So, by becoming a very annoying website you make more money with Adsense? Are you sure you understand what User Experience stands for?

      Trying to cheat a number isn't the way to prosper my friend.

      And next time when you attach a chart, try to also mention what those slices of pie mean.

      Originally Posted by msulcs View Post

      Another great way is to add an image gallery, where you need to click the next image, and every 3rd-4th image is an ad.
      People that think like this are the reason Adblock was invented, and I am grateful for the addon.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Define, please, the words/phrases
    explode
    TONS of traffic
    make money.


    Because I think there's no misconception: you need a ton of traffic to make money, using my definition of making money.


    If you want to make $100 a month, you don't need tons of visitors. But what happens if you want to make $17,375/month? Or, God forbid, $48,866? (Just some random numbers that fit the definition of tons of money for some people.)


    PS Have you tested any of these? Because, when I come across a site with 'next' and ads, I run away, I don't click on their ads or next pages, and I imagine I am not unique in this.



    Originally Posted by writeaway View Post

    One popular misconception about Adsense is that you need TONS of traffic to make money with the program.

    Sadly, most people's Adsense content pages are set up to be NARROW and SHALLOW. No wonder their visitors only visit one page or two and bounce back out.

    There are 2 tweaks you can use to greatly increase your Adsense income

    1) Split your single big blog post into several pages using the "nextpage" tag in Wordpress

    2) CALL each article page's readers to action to click INTERNAL LINKS to increase your dwell time. You can even use teasers as you lead the visitor from page to page.

    The end results?

    Longer visit lengths




    Higher adsense revenue

    Conclusion: Adsense can be a great PASSIVE INCOME source for 'filler' niches. You just need to maximize views even if you have a low traffic volume.

    The techniques I mention above effective turn 1 pair of eyeballs into several pairs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    I don't see any key to the "pizza" diagram. What's the significance of the colors and the percentages?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Albany
    Just wondering if you have any numbers, before / after backing up this change? Wondering what the numbers increased might look like against poorer user experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    by becoming a very annoying website you make more money with Adsense?

    Well, yes, that has been common advice for adsense publishers.


    Make it difficult to leave your site - except by way of ads where people 'click out'...the point of adsense is clicks so anything on the site that encourages people to stay on the site rather than leaving through clicking an ad...is discouraged.


    It's a different mentality than creating 'high quality content' on sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author writeaway
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Well, yes, that has been common advice for adsense publishers.


      Make it difficult to leave your site - except by way of ads where people 'click out'...the point of adsense is clicks so anything on the site that encourages people to stay on the site rather than leaving through clicking an ad...is discouraged.


      It's a different mentality than creating 'high quality content' on sites.
      Adsense publishers and people who actually make money using Adsense know that what you mentioned violates Adsense TOS.

      The mindset you described was the de facto standard among publishers in 2010... a lifetime away.... Not 2019.

      Creating multiple pages using quality content that pulls in readers and maximizes dwell time is far from TWISTING ARMS and USING PAGE DOING TRICKS

      Not only does the latter get you BANNED from Adsense, those practices / mindsets do nothing to build trust

      As far as building an annoying site, if a site is set up to annoy, it won't make money... not in the age of RANKBRAIN (Google's latest AI-powered update)
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      • Profile picture of the author King Manu
        Originally Posted by writeaway View Post

        Adsense publishers and people who actually make money using Adsense know that what you mentioned violates Adsense TOS.

        The mindset you described was the de facto standard among publishers in 2010... a lifetime away.... Not 2019.

        Creating multiple pages using quality content that pulls in readers and maximizes dwell time is far from TWISTING ARMS and USING PAGE DOING TRICKS

        Not only does the latter get you BANNED from Adsense, those practices / mindsets do nothing to build trust

        As far as building an annoying site, if a site is set up to annoy, it won't make money... not in the age of RANKBRAIN (Google's latest AI-powered update)
        This makes me confused, because you seem to contradict yourself.

        You want to tell me that if a movie platform is serving you episodes of 5 minutes with ads between them instead of a whole movie, you won't be pissed just because the movie is good?

        I think you're just kidding yourself and that the tactic you describe (with good content on it or not) will be crushed by Google into oblivion as it deserves.

        There's a difference between using bucket brigades and being an annoying salesman. How many ads do you see on Brian's website? Per blog post? Per website?

        Exactly.


        But again, this is just my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author techwizard
    Why not just creating an appealing content that actually provide what the visitors need?
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    So, you noticed people stay on your site longer. Did that translate into you making more money?
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    Originally Posted by writeaway View Post

    1) Split your single big blog post into several pages using the "nextpage" tag in Wordpress

    2) CALL each article page's readers to action to click INTERNAL LINKS to increase your dwell time. You can even use teasers as you lead the visitor from page to page.

    The end results?

    Longer visit length.
    Seems like good advice. Thanks.
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    I dig the internal linking advice. So many juicy benefits from just a few links here and there.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    This can work but I see this as a short term type of method. I think it's only a matter of time before google cracks down on this. But I guess we shall see.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Thor
    I am not sure Adsense can give great PASSIVE INCOME source.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      You should be absolutely sure it does not.


      What it can do is give you good income in relation to the resources you put into developing and marketing the site.


      Originally Posted by Daniel Thor View Post

      I am not sure Adsense can give great PASSIVE INCOME source.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    A simple way to Adsense income is to build a site or blog, build an optin email list, keep writing relevant content on the site, and continue to bring your email list subscribers back to the blog. Soon they will be clicking on Adsense links that they find important or curious to them. The more they click, the more money you make. But you have to keep these subscribers coming back to your blog. So GREAT content is needed, and a reputation and consistency of publishing new good content needs to be established. There's no get rich quick with Adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author Monica8297
    Just wondering If you have any numbers, before / after backing up this change? Wondering what the numbers increased might look like against poorer user experience.
    Thanks for your post.
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  • Profile picture of the author amirali999
    Thanks for the giving helpful article.
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  • Profile picture of the author themarketsoup
    Never thought of utilizing nextpage tag. I thought having complete long article on a single page helped SEO because of how long the content was. I did see this technique being used on some of the gaming sites but people were put off by having to navigate to more pages to read. This had stopped me from experimenting this.
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    I hate those next >> links in articles. They take so long to read and usually the content is junk anyway. Google is probably smart enough to know I hate them. This advice is terrible.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pribeiro
    About this post i think like this:

    IF you have a lot of traffic Adsense may be interesting, depending on the niche you are on.

    BUT...

    If you have a lot of traffic , lets say at least 30k page views per month (1k/day) you can try to join top paying advertising networks like Mediavine where you get a lot more then with Adsense, top paying niches will bring you around $30 RPM (30 dollars for each 1000 impressions), not clicks, impressions!

    But lets say that your site is only average, even then you can make around $8 per RPM so it will be much higher then with Adsense in the majority of the cases.

    If you have low traffic then adsense will give you cents... you will offer a bad user experience for pennies? that´s your call.
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  • Profile picture of the author Monica8297
    Hey dear, I don't see any key to the "pizza" diagram. What's the significance of the colors and the percentages?
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  • Profile picture of the author bugzy
    Back when twitch is still JustinTV, I have this newly created sports website that offers random video sports clips.

    What i'm doing before is, everytime there's a live sports event, I always create multiple channels pretending that I have this live sports event that they can watch but what i'm doing is, I'm pointing them to go to my website instead where they'll be able to watch it live (which in reality it just a clickbait).

    I place adsense strategically on the websites where visitor have this urgency to click any links just to find where they can watch the sports event live on my websites.

    I've earned like thousand of dollars in adsense and have like 1 million unique visitors in a span of 3 months.

    This is when I'm still new in making money online.

    I already stop doing it as I've learned the hard that nothing beats being honest in making money online.

    Just want to share it how I explode my adsense income before which is very related to this topic.
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