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Easy Ways To Increase Google Adsense Revenue on Articles and Blogs

Updated on June 9, 2011

Have you truly done everything you can to increase google adsense revenue?

This article is written under the assumption that you already have content published. I'll cover a few easy google adsense methods on how to increase your revenue, but the main topic I'll be covering is how to increase your organic search engine traffic through keyword optimization. I'll also cover some great free google adsense tools that I use. Let's get started increasing your google adsense revenue!

Google Adsense Revenue Strategies

There are several ways to go about identifying how you can increase your revenue.

  1. Identify one article or one page of a website that needs improving. (It's easier to tackle in chunks!)
  2. Determine the keyword/s of your content. 
  3. Research to discover how much traffic you should/could be getting.
  4. If possible, take the appropriate measures to revamp your page and info to increase traffic.
  5. Repeat the process with other articles or pages within your site.

Identify An Article or Page to Improve

If you approach this method in a systematic approach and do one page at a time, you'll be able to fine tune the results you want thus increasing your google adsense revenue.

First, do you want to try to increase an article that is getting 5 views a day or 50 views a day? That is up to you. Choose the article that you want to improve and continue on to step 2.

Identify Your Keywords

When you wrote your article or page, did you stop to do keyword research? Chances are, if you're not getting the type of revenue that you think you deserve, you didn't do your research or your research was incorrect.

If your article is titled: "cars and mufflers" and you are writing about nissan sentra mufflers, then your keyword phrase is probably mufflers or nissan sentra mufflers and your title is incorrect. It should contain the researched keyword that you're aiming for in it's exact phrase.

If your keyword is just one word, it is going to be very hard for you to get good traffic! There are 301,000 forms of search for the word muffler and there is no way you can get your article or your page even onto the front page of google with all the competition. That is why, I always choose keyword phrases with 2-4 and sometimes 5 words, also known as long-tail keywords.

Also - what about the topic you chose - nissan sentra mufflers? The chances are you are already on the front page for this topic. It gets only 170 searches per month and Google's first page of results has limited PR competition.

The issue here is that you chose to write an article that gets limited traffic because limited people are searching for the topic. There would honestly be no point in trying to improve an article that gets limited traffic to begin with and has lot Google Adsense CPC (cost per click) estimates.

So, am I telling you that your article with only 170 potential views a month is worthless in terms of earning adsense income? Well, it's not valuable enough that you should spend time worrying that it's only getting 2 views a day - you simply can't increase that. Let's move on and look at another article that you can fix to help your google adsense revenue.

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Research the Traffic You Should/Could Be Getting

Chances are you DO have content that can be improved. So take sometime, look over your articles and find one that has a topic or keyword/keywords with limited competition but still get at least 2,000 searches a month.

All you do is simply type in your keyword phrase, enter pink pineapple, change match type to "exact" and click "get keywords". Now, you'll see that pink pineapple gets around 5,400 searches every month and it's CPC is only .45cents. Hmmm. I only like to choose keywords that pay, at a minimum $2.50 a click (this is because you never get the full price, you might end up getting $0.75 from $2.50 and only .10 cents from .45 cents. Not a very lucrative topic, but if you've already written about it...there is hope to improve your traffic with 5,400 monthly searches.

The next thing to do is go to google search and enter your keyword phrase. When I entered pink pineapple there were NO ads that displayed to the right hand of the screen on the search results page. This means, there are no relevant ads available at the moment. This keyword is a total waste of my time.

Keep researching your topics and keywords to locate better keywords within them that do have moderate monthly searches, have reasonable CPCs and that you can compete with other sites on the first page of Google's ranking. (To know if you can compete for the first page, use a PR checker tool such as SEO Quake or do a google search for a web-based PR checker). If there are sites with 0,1 & 2 PRS on the front page, then I go for it. Since I only write articles and don't have a website, I can't compete well with anything about a PR of 2 or higher.

Revamping to Increase Traffic

Now that you've ID'ed some better keywords for your articles or pages, follow these suggestions to help better rank your page in google, thus increasing targeted traffic, thus increasing your google adsense revenue!

  1. Change the title of your page to a keyword phrase (or two keyword phrases) that are identical to the keyword that you are competing for traffic from google. If you're writing about purple cat jewelry and just call your page 'cat jewelry', you'll never get ranked high and if you do, you're traffic won't be targeted and your readers may not click on your links. Use the phrase "purple cat jewelry" for better, targeted results.
  2. Within the body of your article, look for all the words that relate to your keyword, perhaps 'it' or 'this piece' or 'this item'. Change those words to purple cat jewelry. A good rule of thumb is to have a keyword density of 5-9%. (It's what I aim for, but everyone has a different method)
  3. You also shouldn't have any other keywords that rank higher than your targeted keywords in your article. To get your keyword density check out
  4. Do you have photos on your page? Save them to your hard drive and rename them to the keyword title with dashes (-) sepearating each word "my-keyword-phrase", then re-upload them. This helps Google know your page is really about my-keyword-phrase.
  5. Make sure to bold your keyword phrase at least once (don't overdo this!)
  6. Also include your keyword phrase in <h2 headers.

Google Adsense Tips - Where to Go From Here

Now that your keyword density and title are hopefully all straightened out, you are now on the path to seeing a jump in your google adsense revenue.

It would also be beneficial at this point for you to build backlinks from other high PR sites that have anchored link text.

(If any of these terms seem foreign to you, use google!) I can't even begin to tell you how much I began to learn once I started researching my own answers, rather than just depending on others. It's great to read articles (like this one) to get a basic knowledge, but finding out small little answers here and there really builds up your knowledge and will help you earn more with google adsense, too.

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    • dinesh8252 profile image


      8 years ago

      thanks for your greate informations its very useful to me

    • Pink Mingos profile image

      Pink Mingos 

      8 years ago from Mars

      Have you noticed that they links to google keywords and keyword density no longer work? Shame because I really liked the keyword program. I don't suppose you've found another link similar? Thanks again for such an informative hub!

    • Arthur Fontes profile image

      Arthur Fontes 

      8 years ago from Fall River,MA

      Renaming the photos! Great idea. I am glad I stopped by your hub today I learned something.


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      David Stone 

      8 years ago from New York City

      Extraordinarily helpful. As a longtime writer, I still have a hard time getting passed the notion that good writing alone is enough. It isn't, certainly when you've assumed the role of your own publisher. Thanks.

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      9 years ago from Pearl of the Orient

      ...wohhh, with all these comments, I could say that this is extremely useful, thank you very much for sharing ma'am.. I also learned a lot/ found something new and very sensible..^_^

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      Grant Handford 

      9 years ago from Canada

      I have to bookmark this one. Great info thank you.


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      Marliza Gunter 

      9 years ago from South Africa

      Thanks for this well written hub...

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      9 years ago from Somewhere on the highway....

      Even though i am not a newbie to this stuff it helps unrust my previous knowledge. Will be coming back to read more hubs of yours thumbs up

    • profile image


      9 years ago

      Nice! You manage to explain nearly everything about onpage seo without using the term. It's great to see the steps involved in onpage seo written so clearly

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      Ashraf Mir 

      9 years ago from Dhaka

      Easy to understand and easy to follow. nice tips. thanks so much.

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      Cassandra Mantis 

      9 years ago from UK and Nerujenia

      Some good tips here, Girly Girl! Thanks for the heads up on making wonga on hub pages! : )

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      Cherri Brown-Jett 

      9 years ago from Richmond

      I look foward to the day That I can make any money on the internet. I realize it does take time.

    • iqbal88 profile image


      9 years ago

      great hub

    • viryabo profile image


      9 years ago

      Hi, i remembered visiting here as soon as i started reading it now. This great hub was one of the ones that set me on the right path.

      7 months after, i have learnt soooo much, but this hub started me off in the right direction. I also notice i made the first comment - didnt have a clue about CPC back then. LOL!

      Happy to read it again and put it to further use. My earnings are fair now, but i know with this, it will only get better.

      Thank you so much again girly girl for this highly informative hub.

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      Cheri Schultz 

      9 years ago from Midwest

      Thank you - Thank you. I am going to use your techniques and revamp some of my Hubs - thank for the great information.

    • cameciob profile image


      9 years ago

      Thank you for sharing this useful information. I'm new to seo but i guess I have good a good lesson here.

    • nikipa profile image


      9 years ago from Eastern Europe

      Thank you for sharing all your knowledge with us!

    • sagebrush_mama profile image


      9 years ago from The Shadow of Death Valley...Snow Covered Mountain Views Abound!

      Wow...interesting insights and tips. I'm just starting out, so this is a very helpful hub! Thanks!

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      9 years ago

      Great Hub! Thanks!

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      Cyber Lawyer 

      9 years ago

      Every time we think there is nothing more to be learned on the subject, some new aspect turns up. Your knowledge is solid. We appreciated your recent research and feedback on the legal aspects of Adsense, which is what interests us first and foremost. We will continue to look to you as a valuable resource in that regard.

    • Philipo profile image


      9 years ago from Nigeria

      I honestly learnt a lot from this hub. I have been doing some things ignorantly. Thanks for educating. Trust me. I will hit real money soon.

    • modeca profile image


      9 years ago

      Hey - great Adsense tips, especially on how to search for high CPC niches - thanks!

    • Ben Zoltak profile image

      Ben Zoltak 

      9 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Hey GG, I was so impressed by your article that I wrote one of my own inspired by yours. Here's the link to it, I placed the link to yours in the middle. Thanks for turning up my volume!

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      Ben Zoltak 

      9 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Wow, I used to think I had good traffic on my hubs! I didn't even realize that you have to pay an activation fee for adwords, I thought it was the same as adsense! Lots more to learn, thanks GG!


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      9 years ago

      hey nice tips

      i am new here could any one help me

    • Georgina_writes profile image

      Georgina Crawford 

      9 years ago from Dartmoor

      Really great info. Like you I spend quite a bit of time researching, and my hubs are improving as a result. Thanks for sharing this. I'm now trying to teach myself how to make an anchored link in the text - this html thing is new to me!

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      World Net 

      9 years ago

      Thanks for the great information

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      9 years ago

      Thanks for the great information. Cheers!

    • javanx3d profile image


      9 years ago from Memphis, TN

      Great article and thanks for all the tips!

    • profile image


      9 years ago

      i am trying hard to get adsense approved for my blog,great advice

    • jessicab profile image


      9 years ago from Alabama

      I am new to all of this, but gosh! I needed these tips. I went back and changed some of my tags and then the next day everything skyrocketed. Good tips Girly.

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      Caleb Anderson 

      9 years ago

      Very nice hub, some great bits of info in there, nice job!

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      9 years ago

      I've bookmarked it too--thanks for the useful information. I'm going to try to implement some of your suggestions.

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      9 years ago from India

      Thanks for this wonderful article girlie. I have bookmarked it. Cheers

    • SistasExpress profile image


      9 years ago from Chicago

      I enjoyed this. I learned and am learning alot about earning money on the web. Though, I never thought hubpages would earn alot income for me. I am geeked about writing more.

    • C.S.Alexis profile image


      9 years ago from NW Indiana

      Very helpful to anyone. Well done, thumbs up.

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      syras mamun 

      9 years ago

      Excellent suggestions and its worthy of bookmarking.

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      New Life 

      9 years ago from Chandler, Arizona

      Useful information, I will try it out,

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      Karen Banes 

      9 years ago from Canada

      Thanks for this - I got into keyword research a long time after I started producing content - definitely should have done it the other way round. I am finally earning some money now but always happy to get more info on the details. Will be bookmarking this hub.

    • LondonGirl profile image


      9 years ago from London

      fantastic hub, thanks for sharing your tips.

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      Linda Joslin 

      9 years ago from UNIVERSE

      Great hub, very clear and easy to understand


    • asianvato profile image


      9 years ago

      Nice hub! Thanks for the info.

    • cmarshall profile image


      9 years ago from Sydney

      Great info. Adsense is definitely one of those things where there's always room for optimization, no matter how well you've targeted your page and keywords. Cheers.

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      Pink Mingos 

      9 years ago from Mars

      This is extremely helpful. The more I read, the more these techniques make sense. (also appreciate all of the information in the various replies).

    • TonieTate profile image


      9 years ago from Metro-Atlanta

      I am new to making money with google adsense so I appreciate the knowledge that you have shared with optimizing my page. I am going to go over my hubs and revamp my page to increase my revenue. Thanks for making a hub that is informative and easy to understand.

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      Hub Master 

      9 years ago


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      Treasured Pasts 

      9 years ago from Commerce, Texas

      You cannot believe how helpful this was. Thanks.

    • WriteAbout profile image


      9 years ago

      Really great article- very clear and simple to understand. Really appreciate the detailed explanation with it all. I think you definately have a knack for this type of stuff- you should definately try to start your own sites.. I would love to know how you do and follow the progress.

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      9 years ago

      good info..nicely written

    • goformicheal profile image


      9 years ago from USA

      Excellent Tips good job

    • BrianFanslau profile image


      9 years ago from Eagan, MN

      I don't make much from adsense yet but I love making these Huns and teaching people what I know

    • dsletten profile image


      9 years ago from United States

      Great tips. Thanks.

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from United States

      It sounds like you're using a PR checker online that only checks the actual domain ( and not the actual page. In this case, SEO Quake (free firefox add-on) will work much better. It will display the PR of whatever page you're on, including your own. For now, I wouldn't worry about checking the PR of your own pages, rather what you're competing for in google's search engine results. Hope this helps!

    • viryabo profile image


      9 years ago

      Found it and everything now makes sense about choosing keywords that have good earnings per click.

      Also checked the PR checker. Do i insert my Hub URL or what please? I inserted the full URL but got 6/10 which i know is impossible for my page. Pls advice.

      Thank you sooooo much GG.

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      9 years ago from Central United States of America

      I'm having fun not making Adsense money, learning some good ideas, enjoying great hubs from others and am thankful to be doing so.  Thank you for your informative hub here for it does explain to my ignorance 'how to do' some of the things do perhaps make a few cents also!  Thanks! :-)

    • jenblacksheep profile image


      9 years ago from England

      This is the best article I've read about increasing traffic etc. When I feel more confident with what I'm doing on hubpages I will definitely come back to this! I've not made any money at all yet.

      very well written, especially for dummies like me who don't hav a clue what they're doing!!

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      Mac Mission 

      9 years ago from bangalore

      Informative i have read many but this is same as that but the presentation is super and heading keyword is good

    • JPSO138 profile image


      9 years ago from Cebu, Philippines, International

      I will surely apply what I have read from this hub. Very helpful and informative.

    • rb11 profile image


      9 years ago from Las Vegas

      Good information - I know hubs is limited to writing so, I believe the main title is a H1 and the capsule titles are H2. In your opinion how many capsules would you suggest per hub would be efficient for SEO?


    • prasannasutrave profile image


      9 years ago from mumbai( india )

      Very useful tips and a very informative hub.

    • glendoncaba profile image


      9 years ago from Somewhere in the hubverse

      bookmarking this hub for sure

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from United States

      Thanks everyone for stopping by! I really hope you find the info useful!

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      Peter Brown 

      9 years ago

      girly girl, great advice in here, as always. I'm off to check out your SEO hub too...

    • Lou1842 profile image


      9 years ago

      This is really brilliant information. I'm currently doing a lot of research into making articles keyword rich and this puts it really simply. Thanks

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      9 years ago from memphis tn

      Thanks for the info. LOLgirly_girlo9

    • Ashley Joy profile image

      Ashley Joy 

      9 years ago

      My Adsense revenue has never really amounted to much. These tips are actually helpful though and I look forward to trying a few of them out.

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      Susan Ng Yu 

      9 years ago

      I have to admit I'm really dense at this stuff, but I actually understood a bit of what you wrote here. Thanks. :)

    • discostu profile image


      9 years ago from Australia

      You're going to want to be seriously good at getting traffic if you're chasing the $2.50 keywords.

      Lots of competition there!

    • jimcassa profile image


      9 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      Hi, Nice Article, I agree with you, it is all about traffic, Jim.

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      Eric Bryan 

      9 years ago

      Thank you for the helpful tips.

    • Kidgas profile image


      9 years ago from Indianapolis

      Bookmarked. Encouraged that 29% of the 18 people (or about 5-6 people) are making more than $100/month on the poll.

    • RobertHassey profile image


      9 years ago from United Kingdom

      Highly detailed walk-through you've put together. I'm sure those already with hubs or blogs looking into jacking up their ad sense earnings can understand this easily. I'm rather glad you spent more time with instructions that address the goal of keyword optimisation head on, instead of providing a lot of optimistic padding, like many other bloggers do. Good job.

    • Priority_030 profile image


      9 years ago

      Great hub!

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      Arby Bourne 

      9 years ago from USA

      Bookmarking this one, for sure. Thanks once again for great advice!

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from United States

      Thanks for stopping by - I hope it helps out a ton of people!

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      Edward Happer MSc 

      9 years ago

      Hi there !

      First of all thank you very much for giving out such a useful information. I have been reading many hubs on making money using adsense but all they talk about is some philosophy that's very hard to understand and in fact are complete waste of time. So normally i skim the topics.

      But this hub technicaly is very very important and i would recomend every one to read it before starting to work with adsense.

      One thing i want to ask is, if AV CPC of a key word is 26$ does it mean that a single click on add relating to that word will give me 26$.

      Thanks again and keep on posting such hubs.

    • moremoneybd profile image


      9 years ago

      I like your content. Thanks

    • oderog profile image


      9 years ago from Nairobi

      Very helpful about all google tips, the more I read great hubs like this the more I know that I am empty and just need to learn

    • viryabo profile image


      9 years ago

      Thanks for the tip Girly_girl. Im off to check it out now.

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      9 years ago from malang-indonesia

      thanks for share. great tips. nice hub

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from United States

      Thanks, Dale. :) I would love to do something outside of this site eventually (and earn 100% lol) but I'm still testing the waters and various niches. I've yet to find one that I feel confident would be worth all the work of promoting it, only to have it fail. At least I only have to spend an hour or so for each topic, here on hubpages. We shall see!

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      Dale Mazurek 

      9 years ago from Canada

      I read every single word and this is great advice. You have a lot of talent and should really thing about doing a little more than hubpages. Anyways once again great work.

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      9 years ago from On New Footing

      bookmarking this hub!

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from United States

      Thanks guys, for stopping by!

      Viryabo - when you are using the google keywords tool, under the choose columns to display, select 'Show Average Estimated CPC'. (This is the cost to Google advertisers, so again, it will not be what you earn exactly, just what the advertisers pay.

      Tiptopcat - I got started with aiming for low competition words. I find that I hav the quickest results that way (you just have to have quantity to make up for it). Personally, I'd rather spend 5 hours writing 5 articles then have 1 article and 4 hours promoting it through methods that might not work.

      Livewithrichard - that's what I love about HubPages! I can write a hub and within 12 hours be getting targeted google traffic, it's pretty darn cool.

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      Richard Bivins 

      9 years ago from Charleston, SC

      Another great article. Thanks. I like your suggestion on renaming the photos. I'll have to get on that. I seem to spend at least an hour each day combing through my older hubs trying to optimize them. I notice nearly immediate results, so all of your info does work.

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      Victoria Virgo 

      9 years ago from London, UK

      Excellent handy tips. I am slowly trying to understand the whole process of keyword research. I think that I may be aiming for words that are too competitive but hey, it is all trial and error.

      Thanks for info.

    • viryabo profile image


      9 years ago

      Great hub. I still cant figure out how to know earnings per click.


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