Can I use unrelated articles on the same page of a google adsense page...
I have a niche website that has keywords with poor earnings.... but it is at the top of search. Is it wise to write in it articles with high paying keywords? Will this result in better earnings or poor rating or both.... currently my top of the chart website earns only 0.01 to 0.03 cents per click having started 5 years back.
I recommend replacing your adsense code with another monetization option. There are plenty of adsense alternatives out there. Just because a niche isn't earning well on adsense doesn't mean you should avoid writing about it. CJ, ClickBank, and other CPC companies can convert your traffic into profits a lot more effectively where you've got low earning keywords. Good luck.
i guess u should also consider CTR its not only your dollards per click your earning is total is CTR x price per click
if your site ranks high on search engine. And you are able to drive high traffic. Then I guess you should not temper your content
Separate subjects so the Google AdSense ads are better targeted.
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