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Old 02-19-2016, 05:06 AM
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Tips To Increase CPC for Google Adsense

I want to know is there any way to increase the Google adsense CPC and CTR and maintain them, without doing anything illegaly ?
 
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I want to know is there any way to increase the Google adsense CPC and CTR and maintain them, without doing anything illegaly ?
Read this whole blog post and pay close attention. See what you might be doing wrong.

https://www.adngin.com/blog/adsense-...e-adsense-cpc/
 
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CPC is determined by what the advertiser is prepared to pay... not a lot you can do about that.
 
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I gave up on AdSense long ago... Better to create your own product and join the other side, driving traffic to sell a physical or digital product of your own... You can still use AdSense; but, the value of each visitor multiplies exponentially when you have more to offer than a little bit of info and some ads to click on...

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Old 02-19-2016, 10:30 PM
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CPC is determined by what the advertiser is prepared to pay... not a lot you can do about that.
I heard people say , advertisers pay good amount for " High Paying Keywords ". I just want to know is there a way to do this.
 
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I heard people say , advertisers pay good amount for " High Paying Keywords ". I just want to know is there a way to do this.
That approach is destined to fail.
 
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That approach is destined to fail.
Then what do you propose, is there any other way increase it( if there exists any )

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Read this whole blog post and pay close attention. See what you might be doing wrong.

https://www.adngin.com/blog/adsense-...e-adsense-cpc/
Yes, its a good article, read this great info before but i don't seem to have any problem that is explained over there. I guess there is also the matter of how much old is your page in google.

But thanks for the info.
 
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