Adsense CTR -Adsense tips and tricks

Tips to Increase Google Adsense CTR -
why need to increase Google Adsense CTR?

Get more clicks (Adsense Earring also) on ads . We all want to increase Google Adsense CTR i.e. click through ratio, and if you are currently running any AdSense sites, you certainly know that your click through rate is probably the aspect that influences your earnings the most.

How to Increase Adsense CTR


Adsense click through rate(Adsense CTR) doesn't depend on just your AdSense placement, but also on your template.
I'm not going to discuss templates much in this article, but just keep in mind that if you want to follow my guidelines for ad placement, you may have to change your site's template up a bit.

There are a number of different ways to place Ads on your site to get a Relatively High Adsense CTR,Keep in mind that it is different with every site, since different niches will have different strategies to Increase Google Adsense CTR.

However, I find that the best spot for me is certainly towards the top of the page, below the header and the title of the article on the current page, and above all of the content. The best part about this placement is that your website viewers have to scan their eyes over this block of AdSense no matter what

This works the best with the AdSense block called Large Rectangle in my experience, and I would highly recommend putting this big block right below the title. Just make sure that all the content you have on that page stays below the ad, since your goal for this strategy is to honestly not have anyone read your content. It's better if a visitor just simply comes to the page, reads the title, and then clicks your Adsense ads.

Another strategy that has worked for me is putting a long horizontal link of ads directly below your header. These are the AdSense links block, not the content ads. This type of ad will look somewhat like your navigation bar at first glance. This is not done deliberately so as to trick your visitors; however it does seem fairly effective in getting a good amount of clicks.

One more suggestion is to also put a long horizontal block of ads right below your article/content on your pages. This is just in case your visitor does read your article, then they will have a block of ads to look at directly afterward.

If you follow these placement strategies, there's a good chance that you will find your CTR higher that it was before. This is a very common template by the way, so just remember that your site may look like many others out there. But if you want a good CTR and don't care much about your visitors reading your content, then this is a great setup.


BY Michael_Gerritsen
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