How to raise adsense payment per click

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My pay per click for AdSense has dropped a bit,,, more clicks due to rising traffic, less per click.


Any way to rise the amount I get for a click? I just allowed sensitive ads and am experimenting with it, but not sure how the result are as of yet, still a bit early.


My traffic is clean. Almost all organic from the SERPs.
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  • Profile picture of the author misterkailo
    it really depends on what Google wants to pay ... can't just force it to increase per click
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  • Profile picture of the author 1GreatCPA
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    focus on high paying keywords and focus in traffic from usa uk autralia canada and all rich countries. Use .com domains
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    • Profile picture of the author SnackMemory
      Originally Posted by 1GreatCPA View Post

      focus on high paying keywords and focus in traffic from usa uk autralia canada and all rich countries. Use .com domains


      It is already all coming from mostly the U.S and high tech country's.
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Lots of guesswork and testing for this one.

        The obvious answer is creating content that draws higher paying ads. The trick is, Google won't tell you what ads on the content network pay. The CPC and competition numbers you see in the keyword tools is only for the search network. CPC especially can have wide chasms between what advertisers pay in the SERP auction and what they pay via Adsense.

        Ever since big G decoupled the search and content networks, Adsense has been tough to get a handle on.

        I'm actually grateful now for the syndicate that click bombed my Adsense account into oblivion.
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        • Profile picture of the author SnackMemory
          Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

          Lots of guesswork and testing for this one.

          The obvious answer is creating content that draws higher paying ads. The trick is, Google won't tell you what ads on the content network pay. The CPC and competition numbers you see in the keyword tools is only for the search network. CPC especially can have wide chasms between what advertisers pay in the SERP auction and what they pay via Adsense.

          Ever since big G decoupled the search and content networks, Adsense has been tough to get a handle on.

          I'm actually grateful now for the syndicate that click bombed my Adsense account into oblivion.


          Thanks for that, I guess that's what I had to expect.
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          • Profile picture of the author jjhf
            I think a lot of it has to do with time of year. A few people i've been chatting with have all mentioned that Jan & Feb are among the worst months for Adsense.

            It's frustrating though, one day I get an 8 cent click and then the next 79 cents from the same ad slot on the same page.

            I think the inconsistency is the most frustrating aspect of adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author BAC
    reduce number of ad blocks....or check dashboard and remove those units which produces lowest income....this you'll improve your earnings....
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  • Profile picture of the author Marty Foley
    Another way to improve Adsense results, without necessarily raising the payment per click, is to test various Adsense ad placements, sizes, types, colors, and custom ad snippets.

    If your site is WordPress-based, there's a WordPress plugin available on the WP repository for Adsense split testing, called AmpedSense.

    Hope that helps.

    Marty Foley ~ PPC Traffic & Conversion Mad Scientist
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