How much can site with 1,000 visitors per day earn from AdSense?

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I know that there are lots of variables, depending to the subject of the site etc., but roughly, how much would be AdSense income of the US site with 1,000 visitors per day, or 30,000 per month.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Ac
    As you said there are many variable that must be take in consideration when giving such an answer so it is impossible to give an appropriate answer. Come with more details and maybe you will get some answer.

    Of course now there are many guys out there that will start to share their opinion based on what they read and heard but those answer will not help you very much sine you will notice that they are far away from reality.

    To explain you why is difficult to give an answer without knowing some more data here is an example.

    If you have an website about seo and you rank for a kw like "best seo service" or "cheap backlinks" then you can make a lots of money since your visitors are looking to buy something if you rank for kw like "what is seo" or "wha is white hat seo" then your profit will be much lower since your visitors are looking for information not things to buy and in consequence the probability that they will click on an ad will be much lower.
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  • Profile picture of the author UMS
    The income would be any where between a few cents and hundreds of dollars.

    Seriously, it depends on many factors such as the niche, the website design and the CPC of the keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author junkdna
    Ok, but we are still talking about roughly $200-$500 gross income per month, for 30,000 visitors per month. What I am saying, we are not talking about $10,000 income per month.
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    • Profile picture of the author John Ac
      Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

      Ok, but we are still talking about roughly $200-$500 gross income per month, for 30,000 visitors per month. What I am saying, we are not talking about $10,000 income per month.
      You post those numbers not us...

      Making 10k. month from adsense is difficult no matter the kw with a 30k unique visitors...
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      • Profile picture of the author DavesW
        Originally Posted by John Ac View Post

        You post those numbers not us...

        Making 10k. month from adsense is difficult no matter the kw with a 30k unique visitors...
        I disagree! What makes you think a site can not earn 10K from adsense? My friend was making over 10K frrom a tech blog, but now due to penguin hit his income dropped :|
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  • Profile picture of the author Nelapsi
    This month my site is hitting about 1k unique visitors a day and doing about $50-$75 with it, that's just the adsense income.
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    • Profile picture of the author pvijeh
      Originally Posted by Nelapsi View Post

      This month my site is hitting about 1k unique visitors a day and doing about $50-$75 with it, that's just the adsense income.
      that is $50-$75 dollars per month or per day?
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  • Profile picture of the author CazuaL
    Depends on the quality of the traffic. Earnings will also vary from month to month
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    You already know that question can't be answered.
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      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      You already know that question can't be answered.
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  • Profile picture of the author HomeBizNizz
    I have read Xfactors ebook and he says 20 USD per 1000 visitors as a general rule.

    His template for Adsense gives him back a CTR over 50% and
    he has after what he said up to 100% CTR in some rare cases.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nelapsi
      Originally Posted by HomeBizNizz View Post

      I have read Xfactors ebook and he says 20 USD per 1000 visitors as a general rule.

      His template for Adsense gives him back a CTR over 50% and
      he has after what he said up to 100% CTR in some rare cases.
      Am I missing something in this math?

      $20 = 1000 visitors at a CTR of 50-100%?

      Whats the CPC, 2 cents?
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by Nelapsi View Post

        Am I missing something in this math?

        $20 = 1000 visitors at a CTR of 50-100%?

        Whats the CPC, 2 cents?
        Not missing a thing. The question cannot be answered.

        Okay, I'll answer it.

        0 clicks would be $0, 1000 clicks at $100 per click
        would be $100,000. But then toss in some clicks
        higher than $100, and people clicking multiple times,
        well,.....oh yeah...

        The question can't be answered.

        We do know the bottom range, It will make a minimum
        of zero dollars.

        The reason this question can never be answered, is
        that intangibles like traffic quality, layout, content, etc. cannot
        be measured.

        Only you can really answer the question.
        Get 1,000 visitors, check the earnings, now you know.

        Come back and tell us.

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        • Profile picture of the author Nelapsi
          Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

          Not missing a thing. The question cannot be answered.

          Okay, I'll answer it.

          0 clicks would be $0, 1000 clicks at $100 per click
          would be $100,000. But then toss in some clicks
          higher than $100, and people clicking multiple times,
          well,.....oh yeah...

          The question can't be answered.

          We do know the bottom range, It will make a minimum
          of zero dollars.

          The reason this question can never be answered, is
          that intangibles like traffic quality, layout, content, etc. cannot
          be measured.

          Only you can really answer the question.
          Get 1,000 visitors, check the earnings, now you know.

          Come back and tell us.

          Paul
          I agree, you cannot even estimate how much a web page or site will earn because of the very reasons you pointed out. I was basing my question off the person stating information based on some ebook. In my mind it doesn't even pass the common sense aspect of looking at it.
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      • Profile picture of the author jxam69
        Originally Posted by Nelapsi View Post

        Am I missing something in this math?

        $20 = 1000 visitors at a CTR of 50-100%?

        Whats the CPC, 2 cents?
        No - he just gets a $bazzillion in adjustment every month
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    • Profile picture of the author Danny Cutts
      Originally Posted by HomeBizNizz View Post

      I have read Xfactors ebook and he says 20 USD per 1000 visitors as a general rule.

      His template for Adsense gives him back a CTR over 50% and
      he has after what he said up to 100% CTR in some rare cases.
      Must be true then.....
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    • Profile picture of the author pvijeh
      Originally Posted by HomeBizNizz View Post

      I have read Xfactors ebook and he says 20 USD per 1000 visitors as a general rule.

      His template for Adsense gives him back a CTR over 50% and
      he has after what he said up to 100% CTR in some rare cases.
      sounds like BS to me
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      Originally Posted by HomeBizNizz View Post

      I have read Xfactors ebook and he says 20 USD per 1000 visitors as a general rule.

      His template for Adsense gives him back a CTR over 50% and
      he has after what he said up to 100% CTR in some rare cases.
      I have never reached anywhere near that CTR.

      But the answer to the OP's question is, about that much. And that is the closest answer you can get to such an ambiguous question.
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      • Profile picture of the author karismasand
        An acceptable CTR is between 2% and 5% without risk that Google ban your adsense account .... so if you have 1000 unique visitors and each one make about 3 page view that mean you will have 3k page view in this case the earnings can be like that:

        3k views with a 2% CTR = 60 clicks on adsense x $0.10CPC = $6 per day x 30 days = $180/ month.

        In this way can be calculate adsense earnings but depends very much on CTR and CPM
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  • Profile picture of the author glock1995
    maybe some where from 50-150 dollars. but it depends on alot of things as you have stated
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  • Profile picture of the author anonym
    well, i think except US traffic (SE is better), it is based on CTR (click through rate) and HPK (high paying keyword) on your site..
    ok, someone has share an Adsense calculation with me:
    CTR = (Clicks / Impressions) x 100
    EPC = Earnings Per Click
    eCPM = (Earnings / Impressions) x 1000
    eCPM = CTR x EPC x 10
    Earnings = eCPM x Impressions / 1000
    Earnings = CTR x EPC x Impressions / 100
    e.g; today there are 9 clicks from 2017 impressions. (example EPC = 0.04)
    CTR = (9 / 2017) x 100 = 0.4462 = 0.45

    eCPM = 0.4462 x 0.04 x 10 = 0.17848 = 0.18
    eCPM = (0.3599941 / 2017) x 1000 = 0.17848 = 0.18

    Earnings = 0.17848 x 2017 / 1000 = 0.3599941 = $0.36
    Earnings = 0.4462 x 0.04 x 2017 / 100 = 0.3599941 =$ 0.36
    what do you think?
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by anonym View Post

      well, i think except US traffic (SE is better), it is based on CTR (click through rate) and HPK (high paying keyword) on your site..
      ok, someone has share an Adsense calculation with me:

      CTR = (Clicks / Impressions) x 100
      EPC = Earnings Per Click
      eCPM = (Earnings / Impressions) x 1000
      eCPM = CTR x EPC x 10
      Earnings = eCPM x Impressions / 1000
      Earnings = CTR x EPC x Impressions / 100



      e.g; today there are 9 clicks from 2017 impressions. (example EPC = 0.04)

      CTR = (9 / 2017) x 100 = 0.4462 = 0.45

      eCPM = 0.4462 x 0.04 x 10 = 0.17848 = 0.18
      eCPM = (0.3599941 / 2017) x 1000 = 0.17848 = 0.18

      Earnings = 0.17848 x 2017 / 1000 = 0.3599941 = $0.36
      Earnings = 0.4462 x 0.04 x 2017 / 100 = 0.3599941 =$ 0.36







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  • Profile picture of the author dhex
    One of my webistes has the following data:

    Average CPC of the niche: $2
    Average CTR of my website: 3%
    adsense impression per visit: 2

    Based on the above data, if I have 1000 unique visitors per day, it will results in about 1200 visits. And I can expect to earn (1200x2) x 3% x $2 = $144. During weekends the amount goes down a bit...say to $100 for Saturday and Sunday. So I can expect a total of $4000 from this site, if i have 1000 UVs.

    I hope this helps
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  • Profile picture of the author pepelino
    I have made £80($130) from 1K visitors
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  • Profile picture of the author jb4522jb
    The average clickthru is usually between 2 and 5 % and actually 5% is really good. Do not get frustrated with it. The clicks will come
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    • Profile picture of the author HomeBizNizz
      Originally Posted by jb4522jb View Post

      The average clickthru is usually between 2 and 5 % and actually 5% is really good. Do not get frustrated with it. The clicks will come
      ...between 2 and 5 % and actually 5% is really good...

      Xfactor quote:
      10)
      I have changed up my template that now gets 50% CTR at times,
      often reaching the 75% mark (mainly due to using product-only niches).
      Dream on, people... :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan Davis
    Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

    I know that there are lots of variables, depending to the subject of the site etc., but roughly, how much would be AdSense income of the US site with 1,000 visitors per day, or 30,000 per month.
    Completely dependent on your CPC and CTR, could be $20, could be $200.
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  • Profile picture of the author HomeBizNizz
    Well, you should cut away all other links people might click on
    and vanish from your website and put the Adsense ads smack in
    the face of the reader, top left corner.

    If you do not believe me, ask Xfactor him self.
    He has a great thread here:
    http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...s-learned.html
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  • Profile picture of the author Ali Thunder
    I think this tool can you help to you calculate your monthly Income
    Niche Site Profit Calculator | AdSense Flippers
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  • Profile picture of the author chrislim2888
    I don't think you can get an estimated value on this. It is up to the clicks made and the cost of the ads placed in your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author JoeUK
    I agree the question can't really be answered. The only figure you could come up with would be an average and a very rough one at that can could be waay above or below your potential earnings. Also, page impressions is a better value to go on than uniques surely?
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  • Profile picture of the author igg
    That impossible to say but the higher paying the targetted word are the more money you should make per click, on the other hand low paying keywords will pay you alot less per click.
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  • Profile picture of the author supereek
    i have a #1 website on a 40k exact hits a month keyword, unfortunatelly the cpc is 0,04$ lmao.
    anyways.. i get between 600-1100 hits a day purely from organic google search. The earnings are retarded low, around 15-25$ a month.. but i guess the biggest factor in my case is the cpc of the keyword. so traffic quantity doesn't mean so much in adsense terms..
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  • Profile picture of the author Boricua
    Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

    I know that there are lots of variables, depending to the subject of the site etc., but roughly, how much would be AdSense income of the US site with 1,000 visitors per day, or 30,000 per month.
    So many factors here. By experience, you can earn $11-$15 a day on average for a solid theme, good content and an ideal niche and you can 'caquita' with 800 visitors a day in Adsense ($4-$9) a day when the displayed ads in your site keeps changing as the niche sucks or there isn't much paid Google advertisers. Uff, varies so big!
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  • Profile picture of the author Bambu
    You can earn from $ to $$$$$$$$$ with that traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hansons
    On an average, $400/month
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  • Profile picture of the author dcary13
    The $400 is somewhat correct. It can be more with a good keyword and alot less with some junk.

    The point most here are wrong is, that you can not drive a MfA site with 1k+ visitors for long.

    Google will ban your site 100% at some point with a to high CTR .

    50% CTR is just scam in the eyes of google and they are true here of course.

    The only point they accept it for the common MfA site is, that the traffic is so low that the site will fall under the radar. Its simply not worth to take action.

    With rising traffic, the spam/fraud bot will trigger at some point and then it will be automatically ban the site or, most time even more worse, a human review is called.

    Thats the reason why people here cry so often about their wonder high CTR and then, after the site rise in traffic, they are banned.

    Its not because google want get the money back, they simply have not the time to checkout every damn spam site. Hell, its NOT even THEIR money. They even MAKE money with a MfA site. But it will hurt them on the long run when advertiser, which ARE
    the people paying you and google, leave because all their ads are eaten up by high traffic MfA sites giving them trash traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author wlasikiewicz
    Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

    I know that there are lots of variables, depending to the subject of the site etc., but roughly, how much would be AdSense income of the US site with 1,000 visitors per day, or 30,000 per month.
    Depending if people click on your Adsense and your content is good then I should think you should be getting at least $10 - $20.
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    Really depends on the keywords you trying to work on. But $10/day is pretty easy to reach!
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  • Profile picture of the author Make Money Ninja
    Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

    I know that there are lots of variables, depending to the subject of the site etc., but roughly, how much would be AdSense income of the US site with 1,000 visitors per day, or 30,000 per month.
    Loaded question. Depends on niche and how well you monetize/ad placement etc. Impossible to answer, how long is a piece of string?
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  • Profile picture of the author rjames
    I'm not a fan of adsense personally...on 1,000 visitors per day I could sell a relevant offer and make $90 per day minimum....the key is 'relevant offer' though...You can get a 10% CTR easily if your site is setup right for the offer you are selling and convert 3% of the clicks at $30 each...and those numbers are on the low end...

    with that kind of traffic, adsense just isn't a good option in my opinion...you can make way more with a direct offer...
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    • Profile picture of the author feejss
      I average about 1000 unique visitors a day but I only earn about $80-$110/month from Adsense. I pretty much just have a 300x250 ad in the top right corner of my sidebar and a few smaller ads in a few articles. I really haven't focused on optimizing my adsense.

      Is there a better option to make more cash from this?
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      • Profile picture of the author rjames
        Originally Posted by feejss View Post

        I average about 1000 unique visitors a day but I only earn about $80-$110/month from Adsense. I pretty much just have a 300x250 ad in the top right corner of my sidebar and a few smaller ads in a few articles. I really haven't focused on optimizing my adsense.

        Is there a better option to make more cash from this?
        have you explored other offers instead of adsense? What is your niche?

        If you are dead set on adsense, use this site as a template perhaps...it makes over $3,000 per month in adsense on 40k visits per month...SECURITY GUARD TRAINING HEADQUARTERS - Your Center for Security Guard Training

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  • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
    Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

    I know that there are lots of variables, depending to the subject of the site etc., but roughly, how much would be AdSense income of the US site with 1,000 visitors per day, or 30,000 per month.
    There isn't a defining answer to your question. A website could get 30,000 hits in a day, however if the content doesn't keep people interested then the chances are you will not receive many clicks because people just move on. A lot of people are under the impression that any old website with a few Google AdSense units will make money. It may make a little bit of money but if you want to learn a decent amount then you've got to put a lot of effort into creating a website that will hold people's attention.

    There is every chance you could earn £100 + a month with 1000 visitors a day if the content of your website is of some quality.

    I run a website that falls into a niche subject. This basically means that there aren't many other website dedicated to the same subject. There are various advantages to this, one is you can get fairly high search rankings which means lots of visitors. Secondly, the subject of my website means I can create quality content which holds people's interest. People will spend quite a long time on individual pages reading the content. When they finished they will often click on one of my AdSense units, whether it's at the bottom, or one of the side or top units.

    Anyway, that's just my opinion of somebody who's been using AdSense for about three years now and I've been quite successful in the last year earning a nice tidy amount from around 2500 hits a day

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    • Profile picture of the author cagliostro
      Impossible to tell.

      BUT 1000 per day is a good traffic for a website, in my case (travel) it could mean 5-10 $ per day.
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      • Profile picture of the author larryboy03
        A very small niche site of mine gets around 26,000 unique visitors monthly and the CPC is only £0.20 and makes me around £120 per month.

        It's on autopilot which is sweet
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        • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
          Originally Posted by larryboy03 View Post

          A very small niche site of mine gets around 26,000 unique visitors monthly and the CPC is only £0.20 and makes me around £120 per month.

          It's on autopilot which is sweet
          You should make some alterations to your AdSense units, maybe change colours, try different locations on the pages, you may find that your earnings will increase considerably.
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          • Profile picture of the author larryboy03
            Originally Posted by Oscarfishlover View Post

            You should make some alterations to your AdSense units, maybe change colours, try different locations on the pages, you may find that your earnings will increase considerably.
            Thanks, yeah I am trying that at the moment like right this very moment lol. My CTR is not so great, trying to improve it but it's very difficult because I don't want to many ads above the fold, I don't want this site to get slapped by Google.

            Regards
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            • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
              Originally Posted by larryboy03 View Post

              Thanks, yeah I am trying that at the moment like right this very moment lol. My CTR is not so great, trying to improve it but it's very difficult because I don't want to many ads above the fold, I don't want this site to get slapped by Google.

              Regards
              A lot of recommendations suggest that AdSense should be placed between the heading and the content which would be above the fold. However, I've never really liked this layout as I think it makes the website look like it's blatant advertising. Also, I don't believe that these AdSense units are the highest earnings ads like people suggest. Try putting a skyscraper in either the left or the right column above any menu. You would then have your unit above the fold, but it wouldn't actually interfere with any of your content.
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              • Profile picture of the author larryboy03
                Originally Posted by Oscarfishlover View Post

                A lot of recommendations suggest that AdSense should be placed between the heading and the content which would be above the fold. However, I've never really liked this layout as I think it makes the website look like it's blatant advertising. Also, I don't believe that these AdSense units are the highest earnings ads like people suggest. Try putting a skyscraper in either the left or the right column above any menu. You would then have your unit above the fold, but it wouldn't actually interfere with any of your content.
                I have been changing it around today, I have an adsense link unit under the menu, and changed the color to black to blend into the content, I then put a 300x250 on the very top right hand side, side bar.

                I put a 460x60 in the middile of the content and a 460x60 at the bottom of my content. This keeps my site looking nice and clean too.

                Will try it for a week and see what happens worst comes to worst, i'll just keep changing till something work better.

                Regards
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                • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
                  Originally Posted by larryboy03 View Post

                  I have been changing it around today, I have an adsense link unit under the menu, and changed the color to black to blend into the content, I then put a 300x250 on the very top right hand side, side bar.

                  I put a 460x60 in the middile of the content and a 460x60 at the bottom of my content. This keeps my site looking nice and clean too.

                  Will try it for a week and see what happens worst comes to worst, i'll just keep changing till something work better.

                  Regards
                  I don't put any block ads in between my content any more as they don't get much attention, maybe one or two clicks a month. You may get higher earnings from a 336 ad units at the very end of your content, and it won't look out of place if you blend nicely. Another thing to do is go to Google Analytics and work out which pages get the most hits. If you experiment with your ad units on pages that get a lot of traffic then you often see results a little quicker. I have also found that it's not necessary to have three ad units on each page. A lot of people assume that you will earn more money if you have the maximum amount of ads. I don't believe this is true, having just two ads reduces the chances of the page looking like an advertising section on your website. Also, I found that the left-hand column and the bottom of the page is by far the best place to advertise on an article page. If you run a forum then a 728 banner at the top of the forum underneath the menu also performs well.
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              • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
                Typical Adsense earnings with decent Adsense placement is $1 per 30 unique visitors.

                That means 100 visitors per day = $100 per month.

                This is a rough estimate assuming a few things:

                1. There are at least some Adsense advertisers in your niche.
                2. You have studied Adsense best practices and implemented them to some degree.
                3. Your website is not in a tech-savvy niche where visitors are likely to avoid clicking advertisements.

                With a highly optimized website, you can achieve greater than the $1 per 30 unique visitors ratio. I currently own a site that gets about $1 per 13 unique visitors, and the CPC for my keywords is actually pretty low.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Vick
    My lone money site has averaged 1.5-2k unique visitors a day this month after I completed a major site overhaul (new theme, more content). So far I've earned $200 in Adsense and $300 with Amazon. I have almost no backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
      Originally Posted by Mike Vick View Post

      My lone money site has averaged 1.5-2k unique visitors a day this month after I completed a major site overhaul (new theme, more content). So far I've earned $200 in Adsense and $300 with Amazon. I have almost no backlinks.
      I suspect any site like yours will do well with AdSense. It simply because people will only visit your site when looking for money loans. If your site doesn't offer what they want, then the chances are they'll be an AdSense link that will give them another site to visit.
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      • Profile picture of the author syedqurat
        You mean i use both adsens and affiliate?
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        • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
          Originally Posted by syedqurat View Post

          You mean i use both adsens and affiliate?
          I didn't have much luck when I tried earning money from Amazon, mind you that was quite a long time ago. I think you'll probably find out quicker if you are going to make money from your website if you start off with Google. Maybe try affiliate advertising when you are sure people will be clicking and your ads. However, it may be a case that your website will be suited to affiliate advertising.
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    Again like you said it depends.

    1,000 hits a day from some low paying niche (ie gaming) may make you less than $100/month

    1,000 hits a day on a site about a high paying niche like mesothelioma may net you thousands.

    Too many variables to answer your question.
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      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      A unicorn, a leprechaun, & Cap'n Crunch walk into a bar, how tall is the bartender?
      Gay prom with full metal jacket, boomshakalaka, snowflake
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    A few things:

    A) You've got to be kidding me.
    B) Anyone who answered seriously should get out of this business.
    C) 12
    D) I love dogs
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      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      If Frank has 7 nickles, Betty has 11 dimes, how fast can Bill run?
      Completely depends on the phrase of the moon's ipad, diaper plantation, chiuaua acne
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  • Profile picture of the author Klas
    which is the best PPC site?
    1000 = ?
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  • Profile picture of the author jbthemummy
    On average, I would say if you are getting 1000 people a day, just remove one zero from the amount of visitors you are getting. So on average: $100 per 1000 visitors. To win in the AdSense game, you need real traffic.
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      Originally Posted by jbthemummy View Post

      On average, I would say if you are getting 1000 people a day, just remove one zero from the amount of visitors you are getting. So on average: $100 per 1000 visitors. To win in the AdSense game, you need real traffic.
      With all due respect, this is absolute rubbish. You could get 10,000 visitors a day, but if you're content is rubbish and your AdSense units are not displayed properly then very few people will click on them. There is no calculation that will tell you how much you will earn, it all depends on how well you have set your website up and how well written the content is.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Acharyaa
    The site will earn 387 dollars and 29 cents per month.............in a bizzaro world!!! In real world there's no way any one of us can answer that question.
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    there is no defenite answer, it all depends on the traffic, don't be so concerned about how much you will earn, instead work on bringing real traffic to your site to increase the earnings.
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  • Profile picture of the author mak100
    One of my sites is recording between 700 and 1000 visitors a day and earning between $0.5 and $3.20 a day, depending on where the most traffic is coming from.
    I think its not easy to estimate with certainity the amount of cash you will pocket at the end of the month
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  • Profile picture of the author Amadish
    We can easily earn 60-100 $ from ad sense with 1000 visitors/day..Actually it depends on the page views and content keywords of the website also
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  • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
    The other thing you have to take into account is that Google AdSense is certainly not a reliable source of income for most people. I don't suppose it's quite the right word to use, but "fickle" is quite a good way to describe my earnings. The last three months have been absolutely fabulous, averaging well over £20 a day. The last month dropped considerably, this month is even worse. Don't get me wrong, I'm doing quite well, but I couldn't say to someone I definitely earned this much money a day, because it changes so much.
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    The thread that refuses to die.
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    The thread that refuses to die.
    Keep hope alive.
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    Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

    I know that there are lots of variables, depending to the subject of the site etc., but roughly, how much would be AdSense income of the US site with 1,000 visitors per day, or 30,000 per month.
    Yea it all depends.. 100k pagviews per month and I earn about $100 - $150
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    Depending on your keywords and traffics source!
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