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If you have an internet presence, you can use Google Ads.

How to Make Money With Google Ads

To monetize it. If you have a website, blog, or any other type of internet presence, Google has a way of monetizing it. It's called Google AdSense, and it's a program that tries to make everyone a financial winner: Advertisers get new customers or sales through the AdWords program, Google gets paid for running those ads, and you get paid when people click on them.


Using internet search technology, Google serves ads that are relevant to the specific content of a webpage. For Example, if someone is on a web page reporting on the latest golf tournament, Google will show ads for gold clubs or golf apparel. If you own this website, you will get paid every time someone clicks on one of these ads. This is commonly referred to as cost-per-click (CPC) advertising.

Major Benefits

You may not even see the ad banners anymore. As an internet-savvy society, we have learned to filter them. There is also banner filtering software as banner ads can be very annoying and could hurt the reader of your website. However, Google AdSense is different as the ads are less intrusive than large banner ads and the content is specific to the website and therefore has more impact.


It is also possible to live a healthy life with Google Ads. With the right mix of traffic, content, and users, you can make thousands of dollars every month. You can't wait to run Google ads on your site, sit back, relax and watch the money roll in. That will not do. Like anything in business, it takes an investment of your time to achieve a return you can depend on.

How it Works

If you currently have a blog or website that gets 100,000 visitors each month, that's over 1 million a year. Consider how this affects potential ad revenue:

  1. You have 100,000 ad impressions (views).
  2. It has a click-through rate (CTR) of 1%, which is standard.
  3. 1% of 100,000 is 1,000.
  4. If the ad's CPC is $0.01, you earn $10.
  5. If the CPC of the ad is $1.00, you earn $1,000.


There is a big difference between the two and obviously, most ads don't pay the $1 per click rate. You're more likely to see a rate somewhere in between those two, adding up to potentially hundreds of dollars each month. The more obvious and generic the keyword in the ad that triggers the ad itself, the lower the CPC, and that's the information you can use.

Maximize Your Income

Whether you want to make money from the blog or website you already have, or you want to create a blog solely for the purpose of making money from AdSense, there are several ways to increase your income:

  • Use Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to maximize keywords in your content.
  • Write more. The more you write about your topic, the more keywords you have for Google to search and feed ads.
  • Write often. More content is everything, and the fresher the better.
  • Post useful and accurate content. If you post keywords stuffed junk, it's hard to read and doesn't attract people. You want your site to be sticky so it drives traffic.
  • Find a niche. Talking about football is fine, but thousands of people do it. Less popular themes like movie soundtrack collections are a different story.
  • Don't create too much bad traffic. It's easier than you think to generate a lot of traffic, But if you're not qualified and people aren't there to read your content, then it's a no-brainer. It also affects your CTR.
  • Use Google Analytics. Google gives you free tools to rank your website and make a profit.

Competitive Ads

One of the biggest problems you face when you start placing ads on your website is the competition. Depending on the type of website you run, you may see ads that directly compete with what you sell or offer. For example, if you have a website dedicated to dropshipping a specific product, maybe Disney toys or snow globes you may suddenly see ads for those products that distract visitors from your website. It's not good for business.


Can anything be done about it? Yes, Google foresaw this exact problem and allows you to block content from up to 500 different URLs. However, it's a little tricky to know who to block until you see these ads. Worse, you may never see these ads due to the way AdSense serves the content.


Also, as an AdSense user, you cannot click on these links directly to see where the ads are being served. It's a clear violation of the AdSense Acceptable Use Policy, but you can right-click the ad if you're lucky enough to see it and discover the link or URL to be blocked. That depends on a bit of luck.


Perhaps the best way to create a list is to google the types of products or services you sell and write down the top 50 URLs that come up. This allows you to block ad traffic from sites that are clearly competing with you.

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Mohamed Elgaraihy

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