50 Ways To Boost Your Google Adsense Revenue


I have shared a lot about AdSense earlier in my AdSense guide and even posted about some of the best Adsense alternatives, no one is clearly close to what Adsense pays us. I have been using Adsense for long and been testing and playing with Adsense, to increase my Google Adsense revenue.

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Adsense offers many ways like section targeting, remove low paying ad category, ad blacklist and many other features which can be used by any adsense blogger to give a significant boost to their Adsense income.

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Google Adsense revenue increment tips:

Well, here at ShoutMeLoud, we have covered many tutorials in the past to increase Adsense income by implementing some of the best practices. Here, I’m creating a list of 50 such tips, which a normal Blogger like you and me can follow to increase our Google Adsense revenue.
Though, Adsense doesn’t work the same for everyone, so my suggestion is to keep experimenting and follow the one which works the best for you. For example, many blogger suggest to use only text based ads but my suggestion is to use both Image + text ads, as many image ads pays for PPV and more over you will have more ad options to show.

  1. Strickly follow the Adsense rules
  2. Choose high paying Niche for your blog
  3. Find your Keywords
  4. Check the Keyword density you just selected
  5. Placing ads on the top of a page is good
  6. Using images and Text ads together is good
  7. Use non-standard types of ads
  8. Choose the right Adense format for your blog
  9. Use Adsense for search
  10. Use multiple ad units
  11. Change the color of your ads to match your web site Palette
  12. Use Adsense multiple Palettes
  13. Use horizontal link units (navbar, Above post)
  14. Do occasional experiments with positioning of ads
  15. Ad placement
  16. Avoid borders on the ads
  17. Turn low paying units into image only ads
  18. Promote your site with Google Adword
  19. Reduce total number of out going links on the page
  20. Create multiple ad banners
  21. Use all possible Adsense features available
  22. Choose the right ads for the content
  23. Make sure your ads are visible
  24. Use section targeting
  25. Your link units should be in hot spots where they can be seen easily by visitors
  26. Get targeted traffic
  27. Drive traffic to your blogs by SEO and backlinks.
  28. Use Adword tools to help your site
  29. Use Adsense channels to track performance
  30. Avoid MFA ( made for Adsense ) sites
  31. Keep track of your ads
  32. Block low paying advertisers with Competitive Filters
  33. Don’t overblock ads
  34. Use Adsense preview tool
  35. For short article place ads on the top of the content
  36. For long articles place ads in the middle of the content as well
  37. Avoid using common blog words
  38. Do not set Google AdSense as a secondary ad option
  39. Publish fresh content
  40. Register on hub pages and use the same Adsense account
  41. Register on bukisa and use the same Adsense account
  42. Register on docstoc and upload files with the same Adsense account
  43. Make use of Revenue sharing sites
  44. Join Youtube Partners
  45. Get rid of public service ads
  46. Avoid titles such as sponsored ads in widgets
Well, I wish if I could update this list to 100 someday, but I believe these 50 tips are good enough to get you started to improve Adsense revenue. One thing, which I highly suggest for any new blogger who is just starting with Adsense, learn about basics of Adsense, terms like ROI, CPC and custom channels, will help you to manage and understand how AdSense is performing.
Also, Adsense can now be integrated with Analytics, which will help you to track which page and which keyword is performing the best for you.
If you have a tip to share for me and others, in order to boost Google Adsense revenue, I’m all ears.

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33 thoughts on “50 Ways To Boost Your Google Adsense Revenue”

  1. ATUL

    I didnt get
    Use non-standard types of ads

    What is this?
    We should always use standard types of ads and teh ad sizes that Google recommends teh most

  2. Suraj @Smartfatblogger

    Very nice. Great information.
    Thanks for sharing this article!
    Can you also suggest me atleast what amount of traffic is required per day to start earning good amount of money from adsense?

    1. bilal

      well earning depends on the amount of clicks but if you get more traffic there is more chances of clicks on the ads you display
      i would suggest to be patient to get to a point when you count these things right now just concentrate on the quality stuff and traffic will come automatically

  3. Rahul

    Is this your adsense earning. You generated very good traffic. but it is not high paying niche. Looks like this is SML adsense earning.

    1. bilal

      yes this is not mine earning view

  4. bilalmarri

    Go to you adsense account> adsense setup>Competitive Ad Filter
    from here you can block them

  5. Sridhar

    thanks for the great tips.
    Could you please let me know more about what is “Use non-standard types of ads”?(#7)

    1. bilalmarri

      It means dont go for the obvious ads type that you see on the most sites. just choose what looks better or those which have higher click rate like
      336×280 large rectangle
      300×250 inline rectangle
      160×600 wide skyscraper

      1. Sridhar

        thank you very much. I was using 3 ad types you have mentioned.

  6. Maninder @ HackTik.com

    Nice list. However, one should be extremely cautious with Adwords or paid advt otherwise you might end up losing more than what you are able to earn from adsense.

  7. Robinsh

    Thanks Bilal for introducing this interesting article for helping bloggers because we always seeks to get 100% of our business online and these type of content motivates us.

    1. bilal

      glad you liked it

  8. Vijay

    Biggest tip:
    Try to get US traffic. Forget about ASIAN countries 😉

    1. bilalmarri

      Yes its indeed True

  9. shyam jos

    great tips bilal, right ad placement and right keyword is a must for good earnings per click

  10. BlogGOOGLE

    Great list for increasing the adsense earnings mate i have started my blog a week before and may be we have to try this.

  11. ehl-iblog

    your tip is very good but I can not get an adsense account.They don’t accept me.The error is page type.What can I do ?How can I fix it*

    1. bilalmarri

      there are 1 or r more tutorials on this blog to get adsense account. check them out, will surely help you

  12. Sidhant

    The article over-all is good, but you are wrong in describing point #6.Using images and image ads together is good.
    Placing image ads near other images on a web-page violated Google Adsense terma and conditions stated here:
    Please be more careful in publishing such content.

    1. bilalmarri

      #6.Using images and image ads together is good.
      What i meant by this is to also use image ads in your content. it doesn’t mean you have to use the image ads beside the images.

  13. Karen

    I always found with my earnings that once the traffic started to flow, so did the cash and a frequency of posting also helps a post a day, helps keep the blog fresh and also gains more readers as they know that there is always going to be something new the following day.

    1. bilalmarri

      Yes indeed

  14. Gerri

    Nice long list of tips. Some people might get a bit mind boggled by reading all of this stuff and may try to implement all of this in one sitting. I would suggest that you mention that they should do it step by step and to keep in mind that what works for some may not work for others. Its all about experimentation!

    1. bilalmarri

      Nice point there. Yeah it might get tricky for the new bloggers as how to apply all those stuff in one site, it would be better to experiment unless you get the right results

  15. Rahul | Blog Aspire

    Hey Bilal

    I have just launched a new blog. What will be right time to introduce adsense on my blog?

    1. bilalmarri

      1st things first. don’t introduce adsense until you have completely ready with your blog and it will be good if you first get the traffic then may be launch adsense but you can do it right now as well.

      1. Rahul Ghosh

        hey can you suggest some average income for 2000 pageviews a month for Google Adsense. I have a tech blog. So the niche is tech and web.

        1. bilalmarri

          income depends on the number of clicks on your ads and the types of ads you have in your site. you cant predict average income from the page views

  16. haru

    nice sharing bro…im juz setup my new blog 4 this adsense 🙂

    1. bilalmarri


  17. Rahul Ghosh

    Pretty Good article, explains almost all the ways you can earn more with Adsense. However the truth is you are not going to earn anything unless you get quality traffic to your website.

    1. bilal

      yes indeed. traffic is the main key to the success of adsense, but u need to cover all the aspects to make it big for you blog
      thanks u liked it

      1. Harsh

        Nice post bilal. It will help me a lot. I haven’t optimized my blog for adsense yet. 🙂

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