Currently, I am doing AdSense ad optimization for bloggers and I generally charge INR 2000/- per hour along with one week support. A few days back, I got a call from a blogger and he wanted my service not online, but in person. I had to meet him and fix his Adsense related issues.
In this blog I am writing about Google AdSense Ad units experiments to increase CPR (Click through Rate) and CPC (Cost per Clicks), if your AdSense revenue is really sucking even after your website has very good traffic then you should read this blog till the end and definitely you will get many ideas to experiment to increase the CPC and CPR.
As I always say that I am a crazy guy who is regularly experimenting since the last few years with the ads, and I am doing so through genuine tips without effecting readers experience on your website I am able to maximize the ad revenue.
Some workable tips to convert impressions to clicks
First thing that you should keep in your mind while doing so is that, never try to play against the ad serving policies, read all policies carefully and then try experimenting with the ad units.
A quick update:
I worked for more than 8 years as a Senior Embedded Programmer (which paid me 60,000 INR per month) but on the 8th April 2019, I resigned from my day job to pay more attention to my blogging passions.
Now, I have started working as a full-time blogger + blogging consultant.
This post is about a very special person in life, my inspiration, my powerhouse of strength, MY DAD. My dad is my support system; the one person I know will always have my back. He is a simple farmer who has worked unflaggingly all his life. He kept his nose to the grindstone to fulfil all our demands to his best possible capacity.
I found this painting of a sad joker, at my last stay in a hotel in Delhi.
For me, this banner was quite arresting, so I thought why not capture it and share it with my readers. I discovered this poster at the entrance of Epicuria Mall, Nehru place.
Gmail needs no introduction, for it is one of the most popular free e-mail services in the world. What I am sharing here is an image, which pops up every time we open our G-mail account, for it’s our favorite’s 15th BIRTHDAY!