How embarrassing. Why did it take so long?
After I made ONE change to the Google AdSense placement on my blog, my revenues shot up tenfold.
I was sick of visiting my Google AdSense account and seeing my daily revenue stuck at pathetic levels, like 10 cents or 20 cents a day.
All I had to do, as it turns out, was visit Google’s own AdSense blog, where they share tips and best practices.
Sure enough, the blog talked about a certain website that had been sticking a 468×60 Banner AdSense unit at the bottom of their pages, and wasn’t making much money.
But then the website started experimenting with 300 x 250 Medium Rectangles instead.
When they started putting the 300 x 250 Medium Rectangles right in their actual posts, their revenue went from $10 a day to $1700!
So I decided to change what I was doing with AdSense placement on my blog. Before, I just stuck a 728 x 90 AdSense Leaderboard unit on my blog’s sidebar and hoped for the best.
BUT as you can see from the illustration at the top of this article, Google recommends AdSense placement right below/at the bottom of your blog posts, too.
So the next time I blogged, I wrote my blog post as usual, but then pasted the AdSense code for a 300 x 250 Medium Rectangle image ad at the bottom of my own words, leaving a little space between the content of the post and the ad.Read More...