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How To Get More Traffic to Boost Adsense Earnings?

vbignacio
Sat 1 September 2007, 04:53 am GMT +0200
aside from the search engines, how can i drive more traffic to my site to increase my revenue.

olaf
Sat 1 September 2007, 07:58 am GMT +0200
difficult, create a squidoo site, maybe myspace or other communities.

you need to know a good adsense clicker is a visitor which doesn't found what he was looking for.

This way you can buy cheap clicks via adwords to a website with adsense (but this is not allowed, so don't tell) ;)

vbignacio
Sat 1 September 2007, 09:17 am GMT +0200
click flipping is not allowed and will get you banned. they have a way of finding out. i have a friend who was booted out just this july for still doing it despite warnings from google.

vbignacio
Sat 1 September 2007, 09:20 am GMT +0200
social bookmarks is one. you just have to find one that is frequented by regular browsers only and not webmasters(like digg) so you can get clicks to your ads.

Nikolas
Sat 1 September 2007, 10:56 am GMT +0200
I think promoting a site has to do with the type of site you are promoting. Now as you want to increase the adsense earnings of your site, you may tell us the url and we can find some better placements for you.

There are many sites that due to bad ad placements earn 10% of what they could :)

vbignacio
Sat 1 September 2007, 11:44 am GMT +0200
how about my article site for example.

actually i started this thread also for other guys just starting like Nathan. but i can also use an increase in adsense earnings.

Nikolas
Sat 1 September 2007, 01:17 pm GMT +0200
Ok with a first look this site looks like there is a lot of room for improvements :)

The first thing you can do is put the top 336x280 ad in the bottom, and put there a 728x90

vbignacio
Sat 1 September 2007, 01:52 pm GMT +0200
thanks for the advise nik, i really appreciate it.

but my ctr is already at 6% and my ecpm is $10.00

what i meant for this thread is more sources of visitors.

WhiteEagle
Sat 1 September 2007, 09:32 pm GMT +0200
What about "The Friendly Hangout", Nik? Got any recommendations about the advertising there? j/c

Nikolas
Sun 2 September 2007, 01:58 am GMT +0200
Nathan, what do you mean? I don't understand your question :)

vbignacio
Sun 2 September 2007, 03:58 am GMT +0200
nathan is also asking for your advise about his site

Nikolas
Sun 2 September 2007, 08:41 am GMT +0200
Oh, right. For a forum the rules are very different, but as your forum Nathan lacks of activity, I would advise you not to use ads until you get a few hundrend members and posts.

WhiteEagle
Sun 2 September 2007, 09:13 am GMT +0200
That's part of the whole idea of the subscriptions, pay to remove them and gain privileges. I guess I could temporarily disable them, but I'd lose all advertising income then.

olaf
Sun 2 September 2007, 09:34 am GMT +0200
I guess I could temporarily disable them, but I'd lose all advertising income then.

do you loose 100's of USD is you disable them? First ask yourself Nathan why A member should join your forum (and post something)

it's like asking money at the entrance of some table dance without having the girls right now :)

WhiteEagle
Sun 2 September 2007, 09:55 am GMT +0200
Actually, they don't pay a cent to join. Just to pay (if the user chooses to) for a subscription.

vbignacio
Mon 3 September 2007, 03:38 am GMT +0200
are you promoting your site aggressively? dont wait for them to come. you should build links to your site every day. or hire someone to do it for you.

WhiteEagle
Mon 3 September 2007, 08:52 am GMT +0200
I suggest using StumbleUpon, as it's a free service. I've already followed my own advice and bookmarked my sites using it. Oh, and I've added most of my blogs to Technorati (they have links to JP and my blog.) Next is to bookmark them in del.icio.us. Maybe that'll get some free traffic heading my way. :-D

vbignacio
Mon 3 September 2007, 03:28 pm GMT +0200
i use social bookmarks too, but my experience with digg is not very good. i dont wanna waste my time with them since mine is an adsense site. im still looking for ones with regular surfers as their user base and not techies.

olaf
Mon 3 September 2007, 03:47 pm GMT +0200
i use social bookmarks too, but my experience with digg is not very good. i dont wanna waste my time with them since mine is an adsense site. im still looking for ones with regular surfers as their user base and not techies.
I guess the best is to try all of them, I'm sure there are also SC sites with regular users...

Nikolas
Tue 4 September 2007, 07:01 pm GMT +0200
For those who asked some tips regarding ad placements, today I wrote a blog about ad placement optimization techniques. Hope you will like it :)

olaf
Tue 4 September 2007, 07:53 pm GMT +0200
where are the credits using my blog as reference

hehe

vbignacio
Wed 5 September 2007, 01:52 am GMT +0200
so its either get traffic from the search engine, or from the social bookmarks, huh? since purchasing bulk traffic is not allowed anyway.

WhiteEagle
Wed 5 September 2007, 08:47 am GMT +0200
Thanks Nikolas. Will read it, and probably provide a link and trackback.

Nikolas
Wed 5 September 2007, 09:23 am GMT +0200
where are the credits using my blog as reference

hehe

LOL. Your blog is now famous :)

so its either get traffic from the search engine, or from the social bookmarks, huh? since purchasing bulk traffic is not allowed anyway.

Bulk traffic is not converting anyway. So I suppose for traffic you should keep doing what you do. But with some optimization your traffic will convert better.

Thanks Nikolas. Will read it, and probably provide a link and trackback.

Thanks :)

WhiteEagle
Wed 5 September 2007, 08:22 pm GMT +0200
Will provide that link via my daily posting of my newest del.icio.us bookmarks at ~ 6 pm tonight. Couldn't figure out the trackback though. :(

rosa
Thu 27 November 2008, 10:23 am GMT +0100
Most ad clickers come from search engines. Social communities such as stumbleupon can make your traffic surge for a while but no ad clicks.

Dsgnr
Fri 3 April 2009, 05:58 pm GMT +0200
1) Post unique and High Quality website/blog content.
2) Add Social Bookmarking Websites' Buttons on your website/blog
3) Write Articles and submit it to popular article submission websites.
4) Add your website/blog to directories.
5) Try to join forums and get reviewed by members of these forums (do not spam).

ehra2008
Sun 27 December 2009, 04:56 pm GMT +0100
I would like to asked how can you gain traffic in adsense using stumble upon and other social bookmarking site. I am bit confused about it since I am using stumble upon but I am not gaining traffic from it?

seofusion
Fri 29 January 2010, 09:11 pm GMT +0100
you will need to do a lot of link building, use your social network profiles, do social bookmarking, directory submissions, do follow blog commenting, forum sigs, etc

JimmyAL
Tue 26 April 2011, 10:36 am GMT +0200
Well, kind of a weird question. You will get traffic the same way and with the traffic, more click will come. Why not try and place the ads somewhere else, where it's more visible?

glennforum
Sun 24 July 2011, 05:03 pm GMT +0200
I was able to drive traffic to my website but i am not getting any adsense revenue can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?

prakashsharmas
Fri 7 March 2014, 04:19 am GMT +0100
this is tood good ..Some of the most common questions I receive revolve around how I get advertisers to my blog, how I make money with advertising on my blog, and anything related to money and advertising.

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