Monday, May 20, 2019

Top 10 Money Earning Bloggers

1. The Huffington Post

Owner: Arianna Huffington
Income: about $30,000/day
Alexa Rank – 2155
Daily visitors: 5 446 680
Daily pageviews: 11 056 761
At roughly double the income of the number two blog, The Huffington Post made a name for itself as a decidedly left-leaning political aggregate site in the vein of Drudge Report – but with a healthy, Internet-friendly sprinkling of cat videos and other Internet oddities driving clicks.

2. Mashable

 Daily visitors: 1 611 911
 Daily pageviews: 2 724 129
 Alexa Rank: 1486
 Owner: Pete Cashmore
 Income: about $15,000/day
Mashable’s focus is on social media news with a dash of tech here and there, but like so other top earning blogs, over time it has adapted to include viewer-friendly content like viral videos and feel-good opinion pieces.
3. Techcrunch

Daily visitors: 1 693 014
Daily pageviews: 2 895 055
Alexa Rank: 1022
Owner: Michael Arrington
Income: about $14,000/day
One of the more focused blogs in the top ten, Techcrunch does an admirable job monetizing with just its hard tech industry focus by being bar none the best in the industry. A wide variety of tech and science news is covered, along with profiles of startup companies and new gadgets that give avid readers an edge on all but the most informed members of the tech industry.
4. Engadget
 Daily visitors: 1 651 483
 Daily pageviews: 3 236 906
 Alexa Rank: 722
 Owner: Peter Rojas
 Income: about $10,000/day
Yet another high-earning tech blog, this time with a focus on gadgets (as the name suggests), Edgadget does especially well with a more magazine-like editorial format as well as substantially more international and multilingual support than comparable sites.
5. Smashing Magazine

Daily visitors: 294 160
Daily pageviews: 411 824
Alexa Rank: 5051
Owner: Vitaly Friedman
Income: about $6,000/day

Smashing is a blogger’s blog – or to be more precise, a resource for any web developer and website designer. Featuring examinations of typography, graphic design, layout, and more, Smashing is a rare example of a site with limited appeal to the layman that still managed to foster a huge audience and large paydays.
6. Tuts+

 Daily visitors: 815 650
 Daily pageviews: 1 207 163
 Alexa Rank: 1889
 Owner: Collis Taeed
 Income: about $5,000/day

Unlike most blogs, Tuts+ doesn’t make its money from advertising. Instead, it offers a premium membership to gain access to a huge array of courses and educational materials on website design and development. Their blog features posts in this same vein that help funnel readers to the premium section.
7. Lifehacker

Daily visitors: 1 683 711
Daily pageviews: 2 323 522
Alexa Rank: 746
Owner: Nick Denton
Income: about $5,000/day

Lifehacker’s published content, oddly enough, centers on “life hacks,” or small shortcuts and productivity tricks that encompass all walks of life. It also regularly features software or gadgets that accomplish a similar end, such as a program to de-blur a blurry photo.
8. Gizmodo

 Daily visitors: 1 913 258
 Daily pageviews: 3 386 466
 Alexa Rank: 645
 Owner: Attila Talos
 Income: about $4,000/day

Gizmodo is a blog that focuses on technology and design. Seeing a pattern here? It, too, also includes the occasional internet-pandering or interesting article only tangentially related to the main focus of the blog, but with updates roughly every hour, it keeps readers satisfied with plenty of content.
9. Perez Hilton

 Daily visitors: 173 174
 Daily pageviews: 329 032
 Alexa Rank: 5881
 Owner: Mario Lavanderia
 Income: about $3,600/day

After a string of seven blogs related to the internet or tech in some way comes Perez Hilton, the infamous gossip who makes his living revealing the dirty details of celebrities’ private lives. Whether you agree with what he does or not, that people want to read what he writes – and the success it brings him – is undeniable.
10. Joystiq
Daily visitors: 534
Daily pageviews: 534
Alexa Rank: 7531709
Owner: AOL
Income: about $1,700/day

Joystiq is AOL’s general gaming blog. Video gaming has many straight-up media news sites and a couple more gossip-type blogs, but Joystiq carves its niche directly between the two, offering a more casual and editorial take on what happens in the industry while keeping it more professional than some of its competitors.

Sunday, May 19, 2019

How much money can I make from AdSense with 1000 visitors per day ?

Google Adsense has been a primary revenue model for many Bloggers and Internet Marketers. The best thing about Adsense is that they don’t have any traffic requirement and accepts almost all the blogs/websites that abide by their TOS. However, most of the Bloggers are not aware of the fact that you don’t start earning money if you have an Adsense account. You need traffic and that too targeted high-quality traffic. Let me explain you what that means;
How Adsense Revenue Actually Works?
Adsense has both CPC and CPM-based revenue model. Now let me explain the terminology that we use on Adsense first;
  1. CPC – Cost Per Click – Varies anywhere between $0.02 to $1 (Max. it can go up to $100 as well but in very rare cases.)
  2. CPM – Cost per 1000 Impressions.
  3. RPM – Revenue per 1000 Impressions.
  4. CTR – Click Through Rate – Clicks per 100 impressions. Varies anywhere between 1% to 10% based on your niche and ad placement.
  5. The other terms like Pageviews, Impressions and Earnings; which I guess are pretty much straight forward.
CTR = (Number of ad clicks * 100) / Number of page views
If my blog has 10,000 pageviews per month and 800 AdSense ad clicks, then my CTR is 0.8%.
CTR = (800 * 100) / 10000 = 0.8%
Most of the ads on Google Adsense are Cost Per Click based. That means you get paid whenever a visitor clicks on your ads(You are not allowed to click on your own Ads, it might lead to a permanent BAN). There are very few ads that are CPM based that means you get paid even though a visitor doesn’t click and just view the ad, but these ad formats are very less, and most of the advertisers avoid these ad formats.
How much money can you actually make from Adsense?
It depends on a lot of factors and out of all these the primary factors are CPC and CTR. CPC varies from niche to niche and also depends on the geographic location of your audience. If you are getting traffic from Tier-1 countries like US, UK, Canada, Australia, etc, then your CPC is likely to be high. But if in case you are receiving traffic from Tier 2 and Tier 3 countries CPC would be low.
CPC also depends on the keywords that you are targeting. If you are targeting keywords related to Gadgets, Health, etc., the CPC tends to be high because there is a lot of competition among advertisers in those sectors. So, if you are in a less competitive niche like the entertainment or education, that too in India then obviously your CPC will be very less.
So, lets suppose you have good CPC, and that doesn’t end there. You need a good CTR as well; that means you want more people to click on your ads. This depends on a lot of factors like Ad Placement, Source of Traffic, Web Page Loading time and a lot many other factors.
It all depends on these two factors. Combing these two a simple term is used to understand how well our ads are performing and its called RPM.
Page RPM = (Estimated earnings / Number of page views) * 1000
Estimated Earnings = CPC * Total Number of Clicks
= CPC * CTR*100
Ops, don’t panic. Am not teaching you any formula, and you don’t need any. You just have to look at the RPM.
Lets suppose like your RPM is $2 then you must be making around $2/1000 pageviews.
Then if you are receiving about 10,000 page views you should be able to make $20.
So, if your RPM is $5, then you would make $50 for every 10,000 page views.
If in case your blog is receiving an average of 10,000 pageviews per day which means 3,00,000 pageviews per month at an RPM of $3, the calculation goes as follows;
Total Revenue = RPM * Pageviews/1000 = 5*300 = 1500.
You should able to make about $1500 per month. So, now I hope you understand how to calculate the earnings.

Note: All the earnings may varies from country to country.

Apply Google Adsense here

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Earn Guaranteed Money Online

Google Adsense can make fast and easy money from the website put ads similar to your content in your website, webpage or blog (called as contextual ads) and make money whenever your visitors clicks on the ads, the amount can range from $0.01 to as much as $5 (Normally on an average you will receive $0.20 per click). You can use Adsense for any topic related to your webpage or blog. Each topic will have different range of CPC (Cost Per Click) values.

Google AdSense advantages:
1. It is simple to join.
2. It's easy to paste a bit of code into your pages.
3. It's free to join.
4. You don't have to spend time finding advertisers.
5. Google provides well written, highly relevant ads – chosen to closely match the content on your pages.
6. You don't have to waste time choosing different ads for different pages.
7. You don't have to mess around with different code for various affiliate programs.
8. You're free to concentrate on providing good content and Google does the work of finding the best ads for your pages from 100,000 AdWords advertisers.
9. It's suitable for beginners or marketing veterans.
10. AdSense provides simple, easy-to-understand stats.
11. If you have affiliate links on your site, you ARE allowed to add AdSense ads. However, with your affiliate links, you must not mimic the look and feel of the Google ads.
12. If you own a small web site you can now plug a bit of code into your site and almost instantly relevant text ads that are likely to appeal to your visitors will appear on your pages.
13. If you own several sites, you need apply only once. This makes AdSense much simpler than joining a bunch of affiliate programs.

Google Adsense Tips & Tricks:
1. Paste Ads: Copy & paste Adsense Ads to a suitable position on your webpage or blog content whereever attract visitors to click the Ads.

2. Sense your Ads : Make the border and background color of your ads shall be same as website background color. By this way your ad will give sense your website content and you can easily increase your CTR (Click Through Rate). Higher CTR leads higher revenue.

3. Monitor: Create URL Channels for all your websites, if possible for each page. This is very important, because to improve your earnings you need to know where you stand on impression, CTR and earnings of each page.

4. Placement of Ads: Best place to put your ads is TOP of the page. Second best is within the content. If you are using blog you can put your ads in the SIDEBAR. Monitor the CTR of each Ad Units by creating custom channels.

5. Focus on single topic : When you create a website always focus on a single topic, not even give links to other websites that doesn't fit your topic. Reason for doing so is, the ads appearing on your website will be different than your topic, and "Click on a Ad which is different than your topic will have a very low cost (CPC of $0.01)".

6. Utilize all Ad units : As per Adsense terms and conditions you can put 3 Ad units, 2 Referral Ad units, 2 Link units and 1 search box. Use all of them wisely in all your webpages or blog.

7. Don'ts : (a) You never ever click on Adsense ads from your computer or never said others to click on Ads. This is against their violation of the agreement. Google have tracking softwares to find & they will disable your account if you do so. (b) Don't try to get traffic from traffic exchanges and autosurfs. (c) Always keep an eye on your CTR. Sudden increase in your CTR will raise an alarm to the Google Adsense team to investigate.

How much can you earn?
Let's say you have a goal of earning $100,000 a year from AdSense. Is that possible?
Let's see ... $100,000 divided by 365 = $274 a day. So your goal is to produce either:

274 pages which earn $1 a day OR
548 pages which earn 50 cents a day OR
1096 pages which earn 25 cents a day

The following are hypothetical cases. To earn $1 a day per page, you need, per page...
400 visitors, 5% click-through rate (CTR) and average 5c payout.
Or 200 visitors, 10% CTR and an average 5c payout.
Or 100 visitors, 10% CTR, and an average 10c payout.
Or 100 visitors, 5% CTR, and an average 20c payout.
Or 50 visitors, 10% CTR and 20c average payout.
Or 25 visitors, 20% CTR and 20c average payout.
Or 20 visitors, 10% CTR and 50c average payout.
Or 10 visitors, 20% CTR and 50c average payout.
Or 5 visitors, 20% CTR and $1 average payout.

Let's assume you choose a goal somewhere around the middle, say aiming for 50 visitors per page and want 274 pages earning $1 a day. You'd need 274 x 50 = 13,700 pageviews a day.

Does that sound too tough? If so, you'd better look for more profitable keywords and ways to improve your click-through rates.

Let's try a different scenario. You choose more profitable keywords and make your $1 on average per page from, say, 10 visitors. 274 x 10 = 2740 pageviews a day.That's looking easier to achieve. If your average visitor sees 3 pages, you now need 913 unique visitors a day.

Is that too tough to achieve in your niche? If so, create two sites, each attracting half that number, 456 unique visitors, a day.

Can't achieve those click-through rates and payouts? Then you'll either need more pages on your sites on more niche sites.

Some affiliates have a goal of writing one article a day and building one site a month.

Need a little more help reaching that $100,000 goal? Add affiliate commissions into the equation. Add a newsletter for repeat sales.

Choose the goal which best matches your site or sites.

Then start building keyword-rich pages containing well researched, profitable keywords, and get lots of high quality links to your site.

Apply Google Adsense now