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Looking forward to the future of Adsense

4 years and going strong...

     
1:03 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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So in these last 4 years things have gone up and down for AS as far as my niche is concerned and I'm glad to say that lately for example this month, things have been picked up to the point of CPM being higher, the average daily earning are also higher.

I make on average per day 180$ - 250$

My niche offers me a large amount of page views daily @ 40-50 visits on average per visitor, into the millions cumulatively on a daily basis.

I'm glad that I can definitely say I'm interested in the new advertising network system Google has unleashed this week to pay for the impressions that my users are generating for me.

Please respect the following if you do decide to reply:
- I am not a premium publisher.
- I'm not interested in becoming a premium publisher
- I'm not interested in revealing my site, why should I it's against the rules anyway.
- I'm not interested in PM's so don't go there!
- I wont give anyone private advice
- I am smart priced
- I don't sell advertising on my site

I don't like other 3rd party CPC ad networks, however I do recommend CPM advertising networks to anyone who has a high volume of traffic per visitor but can't work well with CPC/LEADS advertising.

Advice I'd like to commit to Webmaster World (think long-term)...

I'd like to state that I believe Google Adsense is a reliable (this means get paid a very constant income per day) into my bank account per month, that often if a change occurs (a drop of income) it usually consistently remains low for a while until an increase, so it does help to maintain your site, and keep the content fresh, and rich, while ensuring you respect your visitors for what they are and not just as a 'click' through... 99% of my visits are not there to view my advertising, so don't potentially think about them as a tool to make you money, your site should make them come back for more, not leave to the advertising adverts and never come back, think 'long-term'.

Any respectful and decent questions?

I won't answer stupidity or questions relating to personal life, or my site URL, niche, or anything designed to damage my integrity.

not everyone is cut out in this game, but I live on my Adsense income so i depend on it.

3:42 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Welcome to Webmasterworld.

And thanks for the interesting first post that tells a lot (and then again nothing at all). I wonder, why are you here?

My niche offers me a large amount of page views daily @ 40-50 visits on average per visitor, into the millions cumulatively on a daily basis.

I'm not really getting what you're saying. So, you are getting 40-50 visits per visitor per day. And millions of visits per day? OK, that can be done with 20,000 people @ 50 visits. No big deal.

Let's assume you get 50,000 visitors @ 40 visits then we could justify the plural ("millions"). :-)

And you make $180-$250 off these folks? Phew. That means about $0.005, half a cent, per visitor ($250/50000). Or an average eCPM of $0.125 ($250/2000000*1000)

These values speak for themselves. No wonder you think you have been smartpriced.

Any respectful and decent questions?

No. Not yet. Again, welcome to WW.

4:27 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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don't always think too hard and asses everything with maths, i didn't specifically write in my Google Analytics, I wrote in basic averages, the actual figures are unspecified here, so millions of p.views can still ring true, just think a little less mscalc.

You're right about low CPM and low click value but this is really dependent on the low click rates, 99% of my visitors will be re-occurring and wont be producing me much money, a small amount per visitor will add up to a total earning per day, even if it's quite low, you can imagine CTR is low, CPM is also poor too respectfully.

I'd be a millionaire if:
- my CPC value increased overnight.
- my CTR suddenly increased overnight.

my CPM would shoot up, and I'd be rolling in money like a pig with swine flu foaming at the mouth n playing with a black titanium amex card.

Unfortunately, I can't control the click value, there are unprecedented reasons for why the value will change, possibly by an increase in conversions, the country of the clicker etc, the range of ads he/she see's and the bid for such ads.

Increasing the amount of visitors wont make me any more money dramatically either, consequently smart pricing could effect me further by the lack of quality the visitors present to my advertisers.

For example when I was receiving half the number of page hits a day and unique I was getting today, i was still making just as much, as that increased two fold, the value of my traffic dropped, and therefor consequently I'm making the same but with twice as many users, ironic huh? but just my opinion of how smart pricing works on a poorly converting website.

Anyway so many hidden factors, it's impossible to be sure and speculation is assumption without evidence or supporting proof , it's all an element to discussion and shouldn't expose the truth about Google Adsense in anyway ,as that truth lies in the company and the people who are proud to develop such an algorithm that keeps me paid in which I call a very proud amount of money per day.

4:43 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Yes , You are making good money.. Congratulations.

Anything else ?

5:26 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Wonderful for you.
5:44 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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And the point of the thread is... ?
5:55 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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GPR ?
6:14 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I'm not looking forward to the future of Adsense myself. I much preferred the past. Less publishers at the time and less opportunity for advertisers not to use the content network.

I had an experience last year where my eggs in lots of different baskets were all crushed by the furry multiple basket crushing monster. Internet did best, so I'm diversifying that in all sorts of different directions. If your niche supports other opportunities aside from Adsense it might be worth looking into them. A shop for example. Is yours not that sort of niche?

Still got to be careful of that furry dude, but have you thought about diversification?

6:35 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Is this another Google PR freelancer?
7:42 pm on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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:)

I get it ... Let's play

I'd be a millionaire if;

I had a million dollars.

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