Placing ads on AdSense key to improved revenue

After seeing a few days ago what was Google AdSense and how to improve this advertising revenues thanks to Semrush, today I will talk about my favorite tricks on Google AdSense. Some tricks that have allowed me to greatly increase my income online. And, often not necessary to have more visits to make more money, the key is proper placement of ads.

What we will learn in this tutorial?

1. The two star blocks
2. Remove unnecessary blocks
3. The best trick I'll give you to make money with AdSense



The two star blocks

If two ad units have generated more revenue since I started with Google AdSense to monetize have been found in the pages of articles. One right after the title and another just to finish the article. Thanks to these two blocks CTR (number of times users click per 100) has increased considerably me. The banners are usually choose those between 350 wide and 300 high.
I leave two images of what would. Here below the title:


Placing ads on AdSense,ads placement
Adsense ads


And here it gets to the end of the article:

Placing ads on AdSense, Ads placement

To add these listings on our items we can use plugins, but I like doing it manually as it is much better. Many plugins may impair the loading speed of the web so if we can save a much better plugin.

Now, copy the code listing of our Google AdSense account My Ads -> New ad. We already copied to the panel will manage our WordPress. We headed to Appearance -> Editor and edit the single.php file.
Here we look h1 tag and just after it closes add our AdSense code, leaving them like this.




This to put it just below the title if we want to put it below the post, right at the end, we must look for the label php the_content and at the end of this add the code of our AdSense ad. Keep in mind that this may vary depending on each topic. If you have doubts about how in your templates you can leave me a comment and I'll give you a hand.

As I have mentioned other option is to do this with a plugin, the official Google (Google Publisher) is the best choice.

This ad distribution has been the one that has worked for me in my blogs, but this is like everything, every blog is different and it is best to try different combinations to see what works best. It is also true that there are ways of putting more aggressive ads but I do not care because people away and even can be penalized for losing your AdSense account.

Remove unnecessary blocks

Google lets us put 3 ads on each page (page impression), but this does not mean we have to reach 3 whether to increase revenue if we get with our website. In fact, I generated more revenue me anywhere if I just leave these two ads that I have mentioned before. With these two ads and one in the sidebar I earn less money than just those two ads. How is this possible? Simply because Google makes a bid on your website and download the CTR usually paid less. The CTR of sidebar is much lower than it is in the ads, hence the overall CTR down.

I have also chosen to remove the ads from the web home or leave only one. But the main advertisements entrance of the web rather sell them to companies that want to do branding as I generate more revenue than what they could earn with AdSense. This is already my theory but I get the feeling that these ads also hurt me the revenues generated with the two star above ads.

The best advice I'll give AdSense
Respect policies! They are heavy, many policies do not make sense but respect them is the key to making money with AdSense in the long run, otherwise close our account and we can not do anything with the income of neustra web. We will only pray that companies come asking for our banners, something that is much more tedious to put AdSense code and automate the entire process.

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