Adsense abroad question

5 replies
  • SEO
  • |
Hi.. i am dutch and i've always focused on the dutch market and dutch niches, however i already dominate my niche for my country. (mainly busy with cpa/lead)

Now i did some research and found a lot of potential for a adsense website on my niche in the US, i found a perfect EMD, keyword has 1600 searches US local and average CPC of 40$ (EPC around +-27$). I went deeper and found next to no competition, so i am sure i can get to #1. It will be a wordpress based website with about 15 pages of content.

The question(s):
1. How do i get adsense to only show ads relevant to the niche? It sometimes seems to just project random ads non-relevant. And those have a much lower EPC. At the moment i use the keyword in the title,content,description but it doesn't seem to do the trick.

2. Does it matter if i have a dutch adsense account placing ads on a foreign country website, also in foreign language (eng)?

thanks in advance
<3 you all lol :p
#abroad #adsense #question
  • Profile picture of the author supereek
    * bumping *
    Signature

    Get my fiverr abritage tutorial for free HERE.

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[7695369].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author Moriarty
    Hi, there shouldn't be any problem with your sites overseas. The Google algorithm will pick the adverts that are most profitable to it to display - so you don't have to worry about that side of things. If they appear random it might be because nobody is advertising in your niche - now this can be a very real problem!

    The upside to this is that Google still choose the best value for you. Which by the merest fluke just happens to be the most profitable for them too. Google do not worry about you using a Dutch account, mine is Dutch too. The belastingdienst will enquire about your earnings however.

    Now it's years since I used that interface, only I believe there is some way to stop certain advertisers from using your site should you choose. I can't really think that you would want to, especially if you consider the value of the click to you.

    Hope this helps! M xxx
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[7695931].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Originally Posted by supereek View Post


    The question(s):
    1. How do i get adsense to only show ads relevant to the niche? It sometimes seems to just project random ads non-relevant. And those have a much lower EPC. At the moment i use the keyword in the title,content,description but it doesn't seem to do the trick.
    Well, according to adsense these works automatedly thou sometimes it tends to display ads not 100% related to the site content but isn't much of an issue..

    2. Does it matter if i have a dutch adsense account placing ads on a foreign country website, also in foreign language (eng)?
    Adsense account is adsense account.. You only need to place the code and the system will detect what language the content has and display relevant ads..
    Signature
    Grow your social media account, Spotify Streams, YT Views & IG Followers & More
    Software & Mobile APP Developer
    Buy Spotify, Facebook Bot & IG M/S Method
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[7696595].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author supereek
    cool thanks for the info!

    Does anyone know any other tricks so adsense gets a bigger chance to show related ads?
    Signature

    Get my fiverr abritage tutorial for free HERE.

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[7697252].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author Moriarty
      Let's do a little reverse-engineering here.

      You have sites that rank in the US, get you traffic and views. So what advertisements are showing? Which keywords do they show for? Unscramble your data in a pivot table to achieve this - and find out where you are making the money.

      You could add a link on your high ranking pages that is targeted specifically at this category. The keyword, adsense and visitor all tie in together. Result - higher ranking for that keyword, and that means adsense is more valuable. It also means that the visitor is more likely to click on it. Plus you don't need to rank for that keyword per se: you will get traffic to it on page 11. (Which you might not otherwise). Google might pay you more for that keyword/advertisement on page 11 than it does in your niche on page 1.

      You are creating a demand-driven positive spiral.

      Does this strategy make any sense to you?
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[7698719].message }}

Trending Topics