monthly Adsense potential of $55,566,621.6

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(monthly searches)(.35)(CPC)(.2)(.1)

Tyler A
#$55 #566 #adsense #monthly #potential
  • Profile picture of the author Tyler Abernethy
    oh btw.. the montly searches is calculated by an average..

    [(12 local months)+(Global)]/2=4,930,000
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  • Profile picture of the author jimmypate
    I think it's a mistake or something... Is just too much!
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  • Profile picture of the author Tyler Abernethy
    Also can someone else please check the values that i came up with? i just want to be sure im not the only one seeing that $1600 per click
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    • Profile picture of the author blackjack
      TA21

      I just checked at Google UK and

      "verizon wireless" - GBP 621.59
      [verizon wireless] - GBP 1000.10

      What's going on here? How did you find it in the first place?
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      • Profile picture of the author FivestarHB
        I just checked Australia:

        [verizon wireless] global - 5,000,000 Est CPC: AU$504.44

        broad - verizon wireless 7,450,000 AU$0.00

        curiouser and curiouser
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        • Profile picture of the author dburk
          Hi TA21,

          The CPCs are estimates, not actual data (that why you see the word "Estimated" used in the column heading). This is what is known as a data outlier. You should anticipate them and generally not consider them as valid data. Don't get hung up on outliers, they aren't significant except to signify anomalies for further study. Having said that, it is an interesting anomaly.

          I see a couple flaws in your formula for calculating potential earnings. Why would you use Global Search data when your website will generally not likely rank and draw traffic from all regions and in all languages? Especially not in competitive keywords.

          Also, there are wide variances in typical CTRs especially when you have a keyword based on a large company name which is also identical to the domain name. The official website will typically get 90%+ CTR in such cases. You need to use different criteria for different types of keywords. There is no credible one-size-fits-all formula for calculating potential earning that doesn't make allowances for different types of keywords.
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          • Profile picture of the author Tyler Abernethy
            Originally Posted by dburk View Post

            Hi TA21,

            The CPCs are estimates, not actual data (that why you see the word "Estimated" used in the column heading). This is what is known as a data outlier. You should anticipate them and generally not consider them as valid data. Don't get hung up on outliers, they aren't significant except to signify anomalies for further study. Having said that, it is an interesting anomaly.

            I see a couple flaws in your formula for calculating potential earnings. Why would you use Global Search data when your website will generally not likely rank and draw traffic from all regions and in all languages? Especially not in competitive keywords.

            Also, there are wide variances in typical CTRs especially when you have a keyword based on a large company name which is also identical to the domain name. The official website will typically get 90%+ CTR in such cases. You need to use different criteria for different types of keywords. There is no credible one-size-fits-all formula for calculating potential earning that doesn't make allowances for different types of keywords.


            Thanks man, pretty interesting post.

            If it were something that I would actually consider going after, then I would certainly change the formula, lol, I did think that you would have to outrank verizon in order to get even a small chunk of that traffic, and you would probably have to own a "spin-off" domain that would make them think that you might even be affiliated with them to get ANY even if you were on page 1.

            but just as you pointed out what an outlier is, it was merely an eye attractive example.. See, I was researching micro niche sites, and in that case I would say it is actually a pretty good formula. Even pretty low in most micro niche cases, from my experience.

            BUT even in micro niche you cant always expect a 10-20% CTR so you are still right, in the end all things must be considered, and I really do appreciate you adding some actual value to the post.

            Thanks again,

            Regards,
            Tyler A
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            • Profile picture of the author paulgl
              You are assuming waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much.
              That your site is going to generate that much targeted traffic.
              That your site and visitors will be up to snuff to warrant google
              putting that type of ad on your page. Not likely.

              People forget the myriad of other factors that goes into what
              kind of ads and CPC your page will get. It's a whole lot
              more than just "niche."

              Seriously, if it were that simple, everybody and their brother
              would build a site to suit that. But they're not. Why?

              Why aren't we all cashing in on those easy riches?

              Because in reality, we would be lucky to get an ad that
              paid $5, and a CTR of 2%.

              The quality of your page and visitors has much more to do with CPC
              than niche. And the content network is so much cheaper than search.

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  • Profile picture of the author Bribebox
    Same here, looks funny
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  • Profile picture of the author Natlex
    Those potential adsense renue calculations are alqays boggus. One of my highest earning page has a 30% ctr abd makes me $5-10 a day. Monthly searhes from google kw toll show it as under 1.5k. Some of my pages get a 1% ctr... Way lower thsn what most edtimations would give it
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