Why Do Most Content Creators Leave Adsense Money Sitting On The Table?

Why Do Most Content Creators Leave Adsense Money Sitting On The Table?
Why Do Most Content Creators Leave Adsense Money Sitting On The Table?

If you happen to be a YouTuber or a blogger/website owner, the chances are good that you leave as much as 50% Adsense revenue sitting on the table. What do I mean? What I am talking about is most content creators don't take full advantage of their Adsense accounts and studies have shown that most people leave as much as 50% of their Adsense revenue just waiting to be claimed! And that is happening each and every month! So what am I talking about? Read on...



Can I Really Earn 50% More Ad Revenue?


The truth is most content creators and Adsense users will do little more than signup, insert the code, wait for approval then hope you get paid at the end of every month. But this is not doing you any favours at all. The good news is things are going to get easier in the future because Adsense is changing the way users do Adsense experiments by making them easier to understand with a much cleaner user interface.

What Are Adsense Experiments?


This is where that extra 50% is located. By experimenting and doing A/B ad-testing most users will indeed see an average increase of 50% in their Adsense revenue. But many more people (myself included) see much higher results from simply learning how to use all the Optimisation options in our Adsense account. Sometimes Adsense will suggest some for you, but by testing the size, type and location of ads on continuous bases you really can maximise your ad-revenue.

Even smaller creators on YouTube don't bother testing out mid-rolls or the different types of ads available. Why? Because most people don't have time, or they don't want to mess around with them in case their ad-revenue goes down. But by being a little braver you could be earning a lot more. If you are not sure what to do hit me up in the comments below and I can make some personalised suggestions based on your website/blog or YouTube channel.

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