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How fast can you earn $100?
expert_21




msg:1344041
 11:49 pm on Dec 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

Just wondering, how fast (on average) can you guys earn $100 with adsense? I month, 2 months, 3 months, or 1 day, 2 days, 3 days?

 

Macro




msg:1344071
 7:38 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Mubarak, you say 70% of your visitors are not clicking on your ads. So you have 30% clicking your ads? A 30% CTR sounds more like a fraudulent click issue than the previous posts of people getting $200 a day :-)

Yet in this thread you say you are getting low CTR: [webmasterworld.com...]

Hmmm.

I think what you are looking for is a magic formula. It doesn't exist. Webmasters here who are making decent incomes via Adsense, including me, haven't reached those incomes by accident. People can help you if you post specific questions like "which location of ad is most productive?", not general questions like "how can I make millions?". There are no simple tricks that will suddenly make you a millionaire. If we did have one of those why on earth would we tell you? A secret like that would cease to be a secret if everyone knew about it... and it would stop working. Now why would we give up our incomes just so you can make more money? :-)

Work on developing your site and the income will follow. If all you are seeing are $$$ signs then your vision is affected, get that mended first. I hate to break this to you but it's unlikely you'll ever achieve and hold 100% CTR.

[edited by: Macro at 7:42 pm (utc) on Dec. 17, 2003]

nicebloke




msg:1344072
 7:39 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

More than a third of what you suggest in one click...

Oetzi




msg:1344073
 8:00 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

nicebloke,
that would indicate that G is paying you more than 66% of the amount they receive per click. Am I correct?
Other people reporting commissions rates that high?

Blue_Fin




msg:1344074
 8:14 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

More than a third of what you suggest in one click...

What are you referring to?

runboard




msg:1344075
 9:04 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

I'm not surprised of hearing about 60% commission rates from Google.

After all, the minimum bid for AdWords is 0.05 USD (correct? It's 0.05 EU for me).

The minimum CPC is, AFAIK, 0.03 USD.

0.03 USD is 60% of 0.05..

jomaxx




msg:1344076
 9:17 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Whoa, back up. I think nicebloke was simply talking about earning more than a third of the $100 figure mentioned (i.e. $33) in one click -- which sounds possible, although rare.

nicebloke




msg:1344077
 9:36 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

yep. And not the norm.

Jenstar




msg:1344078
 11:33 pm on Dec 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Jenstar, $100 in 12 minutes would be around $80,000 a week.
Do you really think sites there are sites breaking 4 million a year using AdSense?

Blue_Fin is correct - not in all 12 minute periods, but definitely in some.

PatrickDeese




msg:1344079
 12:23 am on Dec 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

> so, please tell me how can i get some good visitors which will click on the ad.....

Change your website navigation so it looks like adsense adverts, and put it right above or right below your adsense leaderboard.

I've heard that works pretty well, though you will be sending a lot of your visitors somewhere else, if that matters to you.

div01




msg:1344080
 1:52 am on Dec 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

During the "best of times" (pre-Florida) it used to take me ~42 hours, now it takes ~72 hours.

jimh009




msg:1344081
 10:58 am on Dec 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

Little more than 2 weeks for me. Not great - but it does pay all webhosting and DSL bills. :)

Jim

spud01




msg:1344082
 12:23 pm on Dec 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

Just wondered, out of those of your earning $100 a month or in less time. How many websites do you run adsense on?

jimh009




msg:1344083
 7:30 pm on Dec 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

Just one site right now.

Jim

cyberprosper




msg:1344084
 8:25 pm on Dec 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

Pre-Florida, or post-Florida? It takes quite a bit longer now than before. Oh well, that's how the states roll.

trillianjedi




msg:1344085
 10:04 pm on Dec 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

Just wondered, out of those of your earning $100 a month or in less time. How many websites do you run adsense on?

Just one.

I'm in the jimh009 bracket - it pays for the cost of a dedicated server (with more than just this site on it) and buys dinner a couple of times a month.

Which is more than I expected of it.

TJ

cyberprosper




msg:1344086
 5:02 pm on Dec 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

"$100 in 12 minutes would be around $80,000 a week. "

- yes, it is definitely possible.

quotations




msg:1344087
 5:26 pm on Dec 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

>out of those of your earning $100 a month or in less time.
>How many websites do you run adsense on?

Starting with one site it took 11 day's to reach $100.

quotations




msg:1344088
 5:33 pm on Dec 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

>"$100 in 12 minutes would be around $80,000 a week. "

I know at least one non-adsense site makes about $400,000 per month from a program which makes most sites less than $100 per month. That is what we call a "high outlier."

I would love to know what they make from Adsense.

anallawalla




msg:1344089
 1:03 am on Dec 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

I have it on two sites and not many pages, so it's taking me 3 weeks at the current run rate. I have a lot of content that I have not yet enabled.

I am looking forward to the new interface to find out which pages are paying the most. Sometimes I have a 1-click day and it earns more than another with 4 clicks.

I get an affiliate newsletter from a chap who is in poor health now (you may know who I mean). I found it amusing that his case study about another guy who makes 2000-3000 a month still credits a different affiliate scheme for his "success", but when you visit the site, it has nothing but AdSense ads on it!

Blue_Fin




msg:1344090
 1:31 am on Dec 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

I am looking forward to the new interface to find out which pages are paying the most.

We've discussed this at length in the past, but it's very unlikely you'll ever see AdSense reporting by page, although it's likely they will report by site at some point.

Jesse_Smith




msg:1344091
 6:20 am on Dec 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

:::Just wondered, out of those of your earning $100 a month or in less time. How many websites do you run adsense on?

About 25 domains.

Every affiliate program has some people that makes a nice income from it. For example, I'll be geting a nice check from Amazon.com. I'll earn over $7,500 this quarter, and this requires people to actually order stuff, not just click a link! Though next quarter looks like I'll make more from Google than Amazon.

Dpeper




msg:1344092
 6:40 am on Dec 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

Been a while since ive posted... College and all takes up to much time... any ways. I would love to know some of the content categorys of some of the sites that make $100 in 8 hours! if u care to share :) I still use an ad agency but there new ad format seems to be making quite a bit the insertabile ads or whatever they callem. Might want to take a look at them paying about $4-6 cpm

-Donny

PS or u could just sticky me :)

PatrickDeese




msg:1344093
 7:16 pm on Dec 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

> I would love to know some of the content categorys of some of the sites that make $100 in 8 hours

Log into overture and type in some terms and see what the bids are there. Generally, the bids are on par with Google's ppc.

Just follow the money. What are big ticket, highly lucrative and competitive niches.

Legal Services, Financial Services, High-End Consumer Electronics, all are good possibilities for a publisher with the appropriate content.

dnbjason




msg:1344094
 5:48 pm on Dec 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

I make a couple hundred a day from adsense, but my content is not a big pay per click. The reason I do so well is because I get 20,000+ visitors a day and adsense ad is on more then 15,000+ pages throughout my website. Even though my CTR is very low, the money still adds up fast.

My suggestion to people is to make a website that is very content rich and useful to people, something you enjoy. The visitors will start coming and so will the money. A good useful website will grow every month and eventually get large enough it will feed off it self. It does not take long to grow a website when done right, the above website only been online 7 months.

I hate to hear people making websites just for adsense, in the long run they will never amount to nothing.

golocal




msg:1344095
 6:35 pm on Dec 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

OK, I have been lurking around for a few weeks now, and this is my first post. Great topics and a lot of sharing going on here. It reminds me of the old days, when we were all learning to make the internet together.
I just started with adsense in Mid December and it took be about a week. However it has taken me five years to gain the 2000 unique visitors per day.
I agree with dnbjason, if you make a site that is of intrest people will come.

freitasm




msg:1344096
 10:11 pm on Dec 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

Just wondered, out of those of your earning $100 a month or in less time. How many websites do you run adsense on?

Not very specific - between 3 to 5 days to make this amount. I only run one website with AdSense.

I've been on SlashDot two times, and although there's a high number of impressions, this is when CTR is lower - people are there to read the article, not in sarch mode :(

When I have the normal traffic (around 20,000 page views/day) I have a more standard CTR.

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