Adsense is one of the most common revenue generators for blogs and websites. Usually you can drastically improve your click-through rate and overall earnings by positioning the ads wisely, by improving the content targeting or by optimizing the ad units directly.
Maximize revenue from your Blog with Google Adsense is a way to earn maximum drastically and even faster, with some of the possible useful tricks. There are many people who earns from Google Adsense but today we bring you a different look of Google Adsense optimizing Actions.
But still there are something which are useful in many cases here’s take a look at these Best Optimizing Tips:
- The three top performing ad units are: 336×280 large rectangle, 300×250 inline rectangle and 160×600 wide skyscraper. Consider using those units if possible, but bear in mind that other formats might be more suitable for your website design.
- The most successful link color is blue. This fact is connected with the roots of the Internet where all major websites used to feature blue links.
- Apart from blue links you can also use a link color that matches the pattern of your website (i.e. If you use green links make the Adsense links of the same color).
- As a general rule of thumb, blend (no border, same background) your Adsense units if your website has a light color scheme and contrast (border, contrasting background) the units if you are using a dark color scheme
- If the ads are placed within the content you should avoid using borders while ad units outside of the content can use borders to call attention.
- If your website has mainly repeat visitors (like Forums) you can rotate the background color of the units to reduce ad blindness
- Consider removing the “Advertise on this site” message from your units. This can be done on the control panel under the “My Account” section, disabling the “Onsite Advertiser Sign-Up” feature.
- Test, test and test. Every website is unique so make sure you test with different colors and formats and track the results to fine tune your Adsense units.