How To Increase CPC in Google Adsense ?

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Hello To All Experts Out Here. i want to know how to increase the cpc on my google adsense ads. Please do suggest me some effective methods of increasing cpc.




Thanks in Advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
    Originally Posted by rkp2014 View Post

    Hello To All Experts Out Here. i want to know how to increase the cpc on my google adsense ads. Please do suggest me some effective methods of increasing cpc.




    Thanks in Advance.
    You can't increase your income from adsense by increaseing the bid, in order to get hicher per click value you need to focus on more valuable keywords, bet even thou, the value per keyword is calculated on the base of the people willing to bid for it, so you have no control over the bids
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  • Profile picture of the author JonPKibble
    Originally Posted by rkp2014 View Post

    Hello To All Experts Out Here. i want to know how to increase the cpc on my google adsense ads. Please do suggest me some effective methods of increasing cpc.

    Thanks in Advance.
    Create an AdWords account. Search for keywords related to your niche, and look at Google's recommended bid prices for advertising with these keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author G.O.A.T
    what kind of traffic are you attracting?

    Search engine traffic is always pays more than Social Media traffic. See how smart pricing works

    https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/190436?hl=en
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Do you people even read the question? Of course not...

      Your site has nothing to do with keyword pricing on search...
      and nothing to do with having an adwords account...

      You increase the CPC by getting targeted, buying-minded traffic.

      It takes time. Your content needs to fit who is coming there.

      You want to provide enough info to make the visitor 60-75%
      satisfied and looking for more. That will increase your valid clicks
      if you tweak the content signals to get targeted ads. Watch your
      title, h1, bold, etc. and text that is high up on the page.

      If you think you will get high paying ads, let alone clicks on them, just
      because you made a page, forget it.

      Besides, the average money that an adsense user gets, is probably
      close to 25-50 cents.

      High CPC varies from one person to the next.

      Instead of concentrating on CPC, you should be concentrating on
      just attracting clicks. The rest comes as a natural progression.

      Paul
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      If you were disappointed in your results today, lower your standards tomorrow.

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    • Profile picture of the author RickCopy
      Originally Posted by G.O.A.T View Post

      what kind of traffic are you attracting?

      Search engine traffic is always pays more than Social Media traffic. See how smart pricing works

      https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/190436?hl=en
      traffic doesn't pay, they click... my FB traffic has a higher CTR than google does.
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