How To Get Half Of Your Visitors To Click Your Google Ads Legally
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You might be thinking to your self right now “It’s Impossible To Get Half Of Your Visitors To Click Your Google Ads Legally, at least not legally” but it would be very cool for that dream to become a reality. Well I’m telling you this is going to be the best article you ever read on making money with Google Adsense. Imagine getting 800 visits a day and nearly 300 of these visitors clicks your ad, what a great miraculous day that will be. These are very easy and effective steps to increase your Adsense earning by a lot.
Choosing a Good Theme
First of all you’re going to need a theme not an ordinary theme, but a good theme a theme that doesn’t allow the user to do more than read and exit. Assuming most of your visits are by organic searches (Coming To Your Site By Search Terms) from e.g. Bing, Google or Yahoo. Do not place any thing on your side bars but your Google ads, most preferably 120×600 or 160×600. See one of my sites for example guanabana1.com. If you look at the side bar there’s not much of an option but to click an ad. Keep this tab open.
This makes it hard for the visitor to exit your website through any other links without just closing the tab. 89% of people click at least one exit link on a site before closing the browser/tab. So it’s your duty to make sure that the one chance of exit is through one of your ads. There is no doubt that the visitor is very familiar with ads already but in the next sub heading “Concentrate Content Key Words” you will learn how to bypass this huge obstacle. Imagine a site with only Content & Ads.
It’s obvious that the visitor is going to have a hard time finding what he/she is looking for if it’s not in that particular article. Where can you go… the only related links available is the Google ads that you have place up there On the Right Side Bar. I highlighted on the right side bar because position of ads influences your click through rate (CTR). 100% of people when on the web are expected to read from left to right. Now that’s obvious… when some one is finished reading a article the first area the look is to the right side bar for any other interesting articles, its just human nature. No big deal. But it is definitely to your advantage. What a good place to apply your Google ads. Continue reading there’s a lot more useful information.
Concentrate Content KeyWords
They say content is king but I can definitely tell you grammar makes a great queen. I have made this article very easy to understand, Google grammar detection software rated this as high school, so it’s a very easy to understand guide. Ok so lets get down to brass tax.
What is meant by Concentrate Content Keywords? This is basically making sure you bring across your point whether it may be by repeating the product’s name several times or its most searched phrases. Hope you haven’t closed the tab yet. In much of the articles in guanabana1.com although it is in Spanish, I used emphasis on each paragraph almost in a idiotic way. I simply changed 76% of the “It” to Graviola or Guanabana. Why? That’s because these are the keywords that I wanted to Search Engine Optimize (SEO) my website for. Make sure your content is packed probably even over packed with your key words, use note pad to replace every it with your product name this will help your increase in traffic and the best thing is it will make your Google ads a lot more related to the content on the page. Sometimes even to on point… (Its imagination time again) Imagine… a user comes to an article on your site through a Google search term such as “Health Benefits of Graviola” now your article was only about its Health benefits to people who have Parkinson.
That’s not exactly what the visitor wants. But Thanks to Google because of the keyword search the visitor used along with your content the ads generated will be on point. If you have set Images & Text, and a Text appears there will be at least five or more links on that 120×600 ad unit. There has to be at least one interesting title there if you followed these steps. The ad unit title will look some this, Might even have the search term you found the site by; Health Benefits of Graviola | Graviola Treatments | Graviola Cancer Cure | and also Home Remedies. Which title is much more appealing? The first one of course that’s because you concentrated the content to a particular keyword so much that the ads had no choice but to reflect links 99% related to the content on the page. A click like that is worth a lot. Keep on reading…
Ads Above The Fold
Ads above the fold is a simple way of saying keep your ads in plain site as soon as the page loads.If you want experiment with placing an ad below the header, you can use this handytool to check whether your ads are still appearing above the fold. Before the person scrolls down to see the content all your ad units should be in plain site mainly in the top of the content and side bar. This is so that the person sees and remembers. When the visitor sees the ad whether they know it is in fact ad or not automatically the mind stores the capture and notices the information on the ad unit. Although you are not paying attention to it, the ad stays in your memory.
When the visitor is finished reading the article and is thirsty for more he/she looks for related content. Now the memory kicks in “didn’t I see something about treatments somewhere up there?” exactly. You see and remember. The only thing now is to click and exit this site.
Selective Sizes For Ad Units
After a lot of testing with my ad sizes I received a Google Adsense News Letter, I was on the point of giving up quite frankly. it was mainly about the best ad sizes to be used if I want to increase my income and ever since I took it into consideration my Adsense earnings have been doubled , sometimes even triple on a good day. The ad size include 120×600 728×90 and 300×250. It’s obvious that Google wants you to make a lot of money because when you make money they make money too. So it’s their duty to help all of us publishers just make sure that you are subscribed to the news letters. So you’re thinking, what’s so special about these add sizes? There has been a huge increase on bids on these ad sizes Google advertisers have been mainly targeting these sizes, and as a result (CPC) Cost Per Click Has been never better. Advertisers are putting a lot of money down on these ad sizes trying to make their self known. Although these sizes are widely used now in any case, Adsense Publishers have been neglectful in the locations and colors of these ad units.
Google encourages all publishers to allow the ad sizes to rotate both rich images and text, without the application of this strategy your earnings will not be able to reach its peak. This is guaranteed to make a strong impact on your Adsense Earnings within the first two days of try out. You are allowed to take risks as long as it is within Google’s Policies, why not take it.
Color Of Ad Units
In my past time I have been experimenting with the color of my ad units and came to an obvious conclusion that the best color for your ad units links are the same color as your links on your page.. People can automatically spot an ad from thousands of miles away by its strange and odd look. Most times an ad is always where you expect it to be and because of its stand out color they avoid it. Ever went on a site and the first thing you notice is the ads and there bright colors. AVOID!! That’s all your thinking. The best combination of colors would be: background same as your contents, link color same as all your other links and text color same as your content or slightly grey. The links will then blend in as it was part of the family.
These are very simple guides that could make you a millionaire in the next couple years. Do not let this one and only chance to make a change pass you by. I’m Peter T Stewart and this is just my way of Sharing The Knowledge. Thanks for Reading, Please feel free to comment or make a donation of any amount if this was helpful to you. Have a blessed day.
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