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Thread: The Formula for AdSense Success

  1. Quote Originally Posted by webmarketer88 View Post
    Question: Can CTR and eCPM change significantly when changing from one adsense account to another? Like when you have bought a website from someone and change the adsense to your codes?
    I tested this by moving sites between two AdSense accounts and I could not detect a difference between the two accounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I tested this by moving sites between two AdSense accounts and I could not detect a difference between the two accounts.
    2 adsense accounts?

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post
    2 adsense accounts?
    It's allowed, if you have separate legal entities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    It's allowed, if you have separate legal entities.
    That gives me an idea... I need to incorporate or maybe I need to create an account for the company I work for.

    Thx Will!

  5. #25
    AdSense success = ((Content * Links) * (Niche) * (Placement + Fonts + Colors))
    I'm not so sure about the units in this equation.

    I would say that "AdSense success" would be measured in $/day, and that the formula would be more like

    AdSense success = traffic × CTR × CPC,

    where traffic is measured in visitors/day, CTR is measured in clicks/visitor, and CPC is measured in $/click. This gives "AdSense success" in $/day.

    So, boost your traffic, boost your CTR, and boost your CPC for ultimate results; it's as simple as that.

    OK, so traffic, CTR, and CPC will all be a function of niche; that's the tricky part...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeetHere View Post
    I am still confused on "How CTR depends on niche"..

    CTR (click-through-rate) doesn't depend solely on Ad placement/position ?
    As Will pointed out; users in shopping mode are better clickers.

    I am basically only using WP now for new my Adsense sites. I mostly use the same theme on all my sites - a rather boring theme actually which invites people to leave through my Adsense, and there is a huge difference in CTR from site to site. Lowest one is just around 1%-2% and the highest CTR with this theme is around 22%-25%.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Stavros View Post
    AdSense success = traffic × CTR × CPC
    You're thinking of the amount of money that you earn is calculated (AdSense revenue).

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Charles View Post
    You're thinking of the amount of money that you earn is calculated (AdSense revenue).
    Greater amount (revenue) = greater succes.

  9. #29
    Indeed. How else would you measure success?

  10. #30
    I am just reading everybody review on it...I am newbie so I like Will's Idea. Thanks Will

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