Adsense program was launched in mid2003 by Google and is currently the most popular advertising program on the Internet.

Adsense provides a good opportunity for webmasters and site owners to monetize their traffic — every year, Google pays over $10 billion to its publishers. If you’ve asked yourself, ‘What is AdSense, and how do I make money with AdSense?’ the following article will give you some hints.

How Does AdSense Work?

The whole process is quite simple. You create an AdSense account, insert a small amount of code into your website pages — and that’s all you need to start.

Google will display targeted ads on your page that are either relevant to the content of your website or to users’ previous searches, based on its proprietary algorithms.

Adsense, Google

Your website visitors will start clicking those ads and — the best part — you will be paid for it. Google AdSense works on a cost-per-click and revenue-sharing basis. This means that your main task will be to provide as many clicks to those ads as possible.

Tip: do not try to cheat Google and artificially increase the number of clicks. Do not encourage your website visitors to click ads and — of course — do not click your own ads under any circumstances!

Google has a very accurate and complicated system for preventing click fraud. Once it notices some suspicious activity on your website or has any doubts about the quality of your traffic and clicks, it may suspend your account.

What is Cost Per Click?

The cost-per-click (CPC) is the amount you earn each time a user clicks on your ad. The CPC for any ad is determined by the advertiser; some advertisers may be willing to pay more per click than others, depending on what they’re advertising.

How Much Does Adsense Pay For 1 Click

Publishers get 68% of the click amount (or 51% when it comes to AdSense for search). The commission you get depends heavily on the competition and CPC in the niche. In practice, the commission per click can range from $0.20 to $15.

The majority of niches bring less than $3 per click to publishers. However, there are some niches that can be extremely profitable.There are two ways to discover the most profitable topics:

1. Estimate an average cost per click in the niche with the CPC Map tool:

You can see that the three most expensive niches in the US are Insurance, Online Education and Marketing & Advertising. If you are just about to start a blog and choosing the topics to cover, these numbers will be extremely useful for you.

2. Check the CPC of a particular keyword in the Keyword Magic tool:

This tool is powered by the biggest keyword database in the world (over 14.6 billion keywords as of August 2019). You can just enter a seed keyword (“adsense”, for example) and it will give you tons of related search terms with CPC, search volume and competition level for each of these terms.

 

Warning: Do NOT click your own ads under any circumstances!

The whole Adsense system is based is dependent on the hope that advertisers are not getting false clicks and as a result they are quick to close the account of anyone who they SUSPECT is generating false clicks.

Don’t encourage readers to click them, don’t tell your friends and family to click them, and definitely don’t click them yourself. For as much money as Google makes you can rest assured that they have spent millions of dollars on tools to detect false clicks and they are very good at finding the culprits.

Does AdSense only pay for clicks?

No, participation in AdSense is free. Even better, Google will pay you for clicks or impressions on the Google ads you’ll display on your site. For more details on the revenue you can generate with AdSense, read our entry on earning with AdSense. You may also wish to submit an application now.

AdSense doesn’t pay based on views of an ad, instead, they use a cost-per-click (CPC) payment system. Whenever someone from your audience clicks on one of Google AdSense’s targeted ads, you receive a portion of the payment.

Does AdSense pay per Clicks or per impressions?

Adsense pays you in both ways. Both when someone clicks the ad on your website and also when someone sees your ads.

But the earning you get on impressions is much lower than the amount you get when someone clicks the ad on your website.

Now, as we’ve mentioned, Adsense pays you either for clicks or simply for views, which are also referred to as impressions. Adsense pays you by what they call your CPM, which is your Cost Per Mille. In other words, your CPM is how much Adsense will pay you per 1,000 impressions.

How Much Does Adsense Pay Per Impression?

In other words, your CPM is how much Adsense will pay you per 1,000 impressions. Again, your CPM will fluctuate depending on a number of factors. However, regardless of the niche that you’re in, the average CPM is usually between $1 and $1.5 per 1,000 impressions.

 

Revenue per thousand impressions (RPM)

Revenue per 1000 impressions (RPM) represents the estimated earnings you’d accrue for every 1000 impressions you receive. RPM doesn’t represent how much you have actually earned; rather, it’s calculated by dividing your estimated earnings by the number of page views, impressions, or queries you received, then multiplying by 1000.

Formula:
RPM = (Estimated earnings / Number of page views) * 1000

For example:

  • If you earned an estimated $0.15 from 25 page views, then your page RPM would equal ($0.15 / 25) * 1000, or $6.00.
  • If you earned an estimated $180 from 45,000 ad impressions, your ad RPM would equal ($180 / 45,000) * 1000, or $4.00.

RPM is a commonly used number in advertising programs, and you may find it helpful for comparing revenue across different channels.

 

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