How To Increase Your AdSense Earnings With A Few Changes [infographic]

For many website owners, running AdSense is one of their primary sources of income. While there are those that for one reason or another have not been very successful with the program, there are many that are making some decent money with AdSense. I know that some even goes as far as asking whether AdSense is worth it or not. IMO, it is still a viable option provided certain conditions are met (e.g. quality site, traffic, targeted audience, etc.).

Anyway, if you are running AdSense on your site, you should know that sometimes with just a few changes, your income can actually improve substantially. For that matter, the team at has done the research and put together a new infographic to help site owners improve their AdSense earnings dramatically.


What do you think? Have you been successful with AdSense? Do you have some other tips to share?


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4 thoughts on “How To Increase Your AdSense Earnings With A Few Changes [infographic]

  • Ohh cool. I am using Adsense on several blogs i admin. But this infographic is actually highly informative. For a newbie this would be very helpful.
    Shared It. Thanx

  • Its good to know about the ad placement can be a game changer for the earning, thanks for sharing this informative infographics, it was easy to understand and interesting to read.

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  • Changing the ads placement again and again for testing is really good idea. This tip can really help AdSense publishers to increase their revenue easily by knowing out which ads format is performing well for their blog.

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