Apparently, it is now
OK to talk about
AdSense revenues. I’ve never talked about it
before, but I do put two small ads at the bottom of older posts,
but only for browsers that
This means that many of you won’t ever see ads. I
know that there are
but how it works now is exactly how I would like it.
Besides, the ads that are seen comfortably cover my
So, how much do you make in an average day? That’s what people would be interested in. It’s not like discussing your income or personal wealth. Knowing what sort of revenues some sites pull in is helpful for other bloggers and websites.
Joe - every four months or so, I get a check for $100 and change, so I make just under a $1 a day. I’m sure that I could make that go up significantly by making the ads more prominent, appear on more recent entries, and be visible to more browsers, but as I alluded to above, I don’t want to become dependent on the revenue.
That’s strange, unless my Firefox install is screwed up, I guess FF doesn’t do XHTML. IE 6 displays the ads fine, at least testing with a month old post [link]. I knew that FF was good at blocking ads, but this was a little unexpected!
Google recently changed its AdSense Terms of Service to allow users to report how much they are making by placing ads on their sites. It seems that Sam Ruby makes about $1/day and Mark Pilgrim makes about $9/day. Learning this......
Simon, a number of factors could affect my revenue, for example, a number of people installing /IE7/ would have the same effect. Or Google could modify the AdSense script to use DOM Core methods instead of document.write. Or I could become widely popular/unpopular... or simply lucky.
I had a brief email conversation with someone on the AdSense team, and he said that they did intend to produce a version of the AdSense script that did not use document.write. There was no time frame given, but they also indicated that they wanted to ditch their dependency on the iframe element too.
It frustrates me that I cannot get my pages to validate because of the AdSense code. I’m hoping that any future version (or revision) will bear validation in mind.
I do think that AdSense is a great program. I’ve got just under $50 from it since I started placing it on my pages (back in August 2004). It isn’t much, but “it’s better than a smack in the belly with a wet fish”, as my mother used to say, and it covers some of my hosting expenses. I’ve made no effort to promote revenue, and I keep the AdSense block relatively unobtrusive on my pages.
Because of the article I wrote about getting it to work with XHTML, it has also driven a bit of traffic to my business site. That’s no bad thing either.
I’m new to Adsense. I’m a late bloomer and just got onboard only about a month ago. The sales from the site itself generate about 15k-20k per month in profit on average. Adsense has been generating about $40.00 per day, which translates to about $1200.00 per month. No complaints. Pays the mortgage. Seeing this kind of revenue for doing absolutely NOTHING only motivates me to figure out a way to multiply the revenue that I’m seeing times 10. It’s possible and realistic to make $20,000 or $30,000 per month with this. The money is out there. Has anyone out there been able to go completely nuts on this opportunity? If so, then how?
Mark Pilgrim: Since August 6, 2003, I have made $7915.88 from Google Adsense. My daily revenue peaked in April 2004 at about $18 per day and has been steadily declining ever since. Last month I averaged just under $9 per day....
Sam Ruby: AdSense Since August 6, 2003, I have m...
Sam Ruby: AdSense Since August 6, 2003, I have made $7915.88 from Google Adsense. of Adsense keyword exploitation - keyword bidding wars etc. • AdSense AdSense is a revolution in Web site monetization. Definitive and comprehensive information and...
I have some websites with google ads on them and I don’t understand why all of you aren’t making money with yours, I have been using the google ads since february 2004 and made over $11,000 in the year 2004 and this year I am averaging about $900 dollars a month. Hearing all of your stories makes me wonder if you’re putting your ads in the best position on your site or what?
It now seems to be ok (legally) to share your Google adsense revenue. Mark: “Since August 6, 2003, I have made $7915 from Google Adsense. My daily revenue peaked in April 2004 at about $18 per day and has been steadily declining ever since. Last...
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Sam Ruby: AdSense It’s just data. AdSense. Apparently, it is now OK to talk about AdSense revenues. I’ve never talked about it before, but I do put two small ads at the bottom of older posts, but only for browsers that don’t...
What the hence is CRT..... I thought it was the Cost per Impression of a thousand pages....for the editor (me in this case)
I ve got and “decent” CRT it usually varies from 30% to %50, but the higher the crt is the crappy sponsor increase mathematically, I don’t want crappy sponsors on my page.....my web/blog is about linux... I don’t want anything not related with that in my page..
I have a lot of doubts about the CRT....
What does the CRT means from the sponsor perspective?