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Low earn in my image site.
I can't earn from image site. Very low earn.

 4:44 pm on Jun 15, 2014 (gmt 0)

Per day i get many 400+ impression but i don't get any click and earn also very low per day .03 to .25 not more than. Please help me.


Please also suggest me. Where i can put adsense and earn more.

[edited by: incrediBILL at 6:49 pm (utc) on Jun 15, 2014]
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 6:27 pm on Jun 15, 2014 (gmt 0)

WebmasterWorld doesn't allow linking to one's site in posts. So that link will be removed.

Depending on niche topic and how it's implemented, an image site might not be the best match for AdSense. People aren't coming to your site to buy something or click on ads, they're coming to look at free pictures and get on with their day. Unless you get a TON of traffic (much more than 400 impressions per day), you may be better off changing your business model or changing your monetization plans.


 7:26 pm on Jun 15, 2014 (gmt 0)

Thanks you Netmeg


 12:18 pm on Jun 16, 2014 (gmt 0)

One of my biggest earning channels was for people "coming to look at free pictures and get on with their day."

That changed when Google altered the way they serve images.


 12:35 pm on Jun 16, 2014 (gmt 0)

^ ^ ^ ^
What Lame_Wolf said for me as well, January 28th 2013 changed everything for images.

Incidentally I did see your site and I was quite surprised that you had been approved. It didn't offend me however I've seen milder image sites be banned,


 1:37 am on Jun 17, 2014 (gmt 0)

I've run a huge dynamic image creation and hosting site with adsense for 10+ years and it never did pay for it's own hosting. With 6000 to 12000 uniques per day, it was earning about $1 a day at best. I've actually ignored the site for the past 3 years but some of it is still there with the same $1 a day earnings with only about 600 impressions now. There's really not much you can do with a ton of random images and adsense. Even with descriptive text, ad targetting was very poor. I also found the low CPC plus low quality ads the image site attracted affected all other sites on my adsense account. It wasn't worth the hassle for me anymore so I split that site off and let an unemployed buddy run his own adsense account there for pocket change a few times a year. Relevance and CPC on my other sites are way up now as a result. I think the best solution for an image site where adsense doesn't work is to just remove adsense and use it to promote your own services, software, or other sites instead.


 8:37 am on Jun 17, 2014 (gmt 0)

I have a image site, you need a least 10.000 unique a day to see some earnings. adsense pay about 0.09-0.12 per click, with 10.000 unique visits you get about 100 clicks. CPM campaigns are also no hit. Image site dont earn high amounts.


 10:11 am on Jun 17, 2014 (gmt 0)

It really does depend on one's niche. Until the great Google image grab one of my galleries earned a minimum USD 30 per day with only a few thousand PVs, in its heyday it could easily do up to USD 100 per day with 20-30,000 PVs.

Ads were perfectly targetted, EPC at the end was about USD 0.40 click but that grab almost killed off that site section so I decided to do it for them. Stupid action on Google's part since it was a unique niche trade reference gallery, nothing exists like it anywhere now.

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