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Google Adsense keywords

Updated on July 31, 2012

Chicago personal injury attorney

How many of you have heard about high paying Google Adsense keywords that will pay you upwards of $100.00 a click? I bet quite a few of you. Let me start by saying this is b@llsh!t. I want you to think about it for a second. If an advertiser was paying that much for one click then what is their advertising budget? It would be like a trillion dollars. Anybody who says they make that much money from one key word is lying to you plain and simple.

Can you make good money from using high paying Google Adsense keywords? The answer is yes. In fact some of them do pay very well. In fact I have seen some that average $31.00 CPC. CPC stands for cost per click. That is how much an advertiser is willing to pay per click of their ads. You as a publisher would get anywhere between 20 and 60% of that CPC. That’s not too bad at all. So let’s say you did get a keyword for $31.00 you would earn between $6.20 to $18.60 per click.

It usually takes some research and a lot of thinking to find a high paying Google Adsense keyword. You can use a keyword tool or a traffic estimator to find out the volume of the word. I use Google Adsense tools to do this.

A lot of times you will have to tweak the words to make it just right. For instance, if I was searching for insurance, there would be a good search volume but if I adjust it a little to say auto insurance quotes then there would be a higher CPC; it averages $22.00. These little adjustments can really make a world of difference. If you can when writing a blog or hub, try to add the keyword into the title as well as throughout the article. If you notice my subtitle I put "Chicago personal injury attorney", if I was writing a hub for that subject then this would be very beneficial. This will give you the best chance of making some money. The #1 searched word in Google in 2012 is Facebook. The global monthly search for the word is 3,080,000,000.

The other side of the coin to making money through your blog site is SEO; or Search Engine Optimization. But that is for another hub.

Oh btw the keyword term I found to average $31.00 is Chicago personal injury attorney. Saint Louis personal injury attorney averages only $24.00.

Good luck in your keyword ventures and as always Happy Hubbing!


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    • David Trujillo profile image

      David Trujillo Uribe 

      5 years ago from Medellin, Colombia

      A good way to determine high paying hubs. Never thought of it before. Good tip. Just a question:

      Have you written some hubs with this strategy when you know nothing about the subject? How do you keep the quality on these hubs high to attract traffic?

    • daskittlez69 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from midwest

      @mark Glad to help, hope it helps you out

    • Mark Sparks profile image

      Mark Sparks 

      7 years ago from Charlottesville, Virginia

      thanks for this hub. I'm a newcomer still trying to make sense of things like Adsense and key words, so appreciate the heads up!

    • redwards01 profile image


      7 years ago from Bermuda

      Lots of insurance, web hosting and moragage keywords can fetch you some big bucks. Too bad I don't know anything about these topics. Good post


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