Over the years, AdSense has provided marketers a way to earn money and make a living using their websites. It has proven to be one of the most popular ways to make money online. Making a significant amount of money with AdSense requires a plan. Here are tips for maximizing AdSense revenue:


  1. Read and adhere to Google’s rules. Webmasters must comply with Google’s webmaster policies as well as the AdSense program policy. 
  2. Don’t click on your own ads or ask others to click on them. Incentivizing clicks, buying Pay Per Click (PPC) space, or using a program designed to drive traffic to AdSense pages are against the rules. Remember, Google isn’t very forgiving about breaking the rules, so be sure to adhere to them.
  3. Have great content your target market wants to read. Ultimately, money is made, whether through AdSense or other monetization methods, by providing valuable content and quality traffic to your blog or website.
  4. Use honest, organic traffic building website marketing techniques, especially search engine optimization and article marketing.
  5. Make sure your website/blog is optimized for mobile (responsive). The number of people who use mobile devices is high. Also make sure you’re using responsive ads, so Google can send appropriate ad sizes to mobile devices viewing your site.
  6. Test ad types and placement to find the options that lead to the most income. Start with standard sizes (300×250, 728×90, and 160×600) as there will more ad options for Google to run.
  7. Max out your ad placement. You’re allowed 3 standard ad placements per page. Use them all for maximum benefit.
  8. Have ads above the fold (the part of your page first seen without scrolling).
  9. Have a leader board ad below your header/logo instead of at the very top of the page, where it’s more likely to be noticed.
  10. Include in-content ads for viability.
  11. Monitor your results. Google can overwhelm you with tools and feedback, but do your best to check out what it says about your results so you can make the most of your effort.
  12. Read email from Google, especially if it’s sending a warning about something it doesn’t like on your site. Failure to deal with Google’s complaints will lead to termination of the program.