Is Adsense Really The Highest Paying Ad network?

Is Adsense Really The Highest Paying Ad network?
Is Adsense Really The Highest Paying Ad network?

You probably think the answer to this question is yes! But what I am about to tell you might come as a surprise, or maybe it won't. For this post, I will be telling you the answer to that question and to many the answer might come as a shock, but to others, it definitely won't...

Is Adsense The Highest Paying Ad network?

The answer to that question depends on who you ask. But this is not down to their opinions of Adsense or any other ad-network. The reason is that Adsense really is the highest paying ad-network, but unlike some other Adsense alternatives, you need to work hard at making it the highest paying. Let me explain a little more...

When most people turn to ad-networks that do their own ad-testing (like Ezoic) they instantly see a large increase in revenue. This is NOT down to Ezoic having higher paying ads, its because they do their own ad-testing and you then benefit from that testing with more revenue.

Getting back to Adsense, you can get the same results that many Ad-testing networks can with Adsense and then some, thus earning more than any other ad-network. But sadly you have to do all the hard work yourself. You need to test the position, type and bid of the ad. Sadly all that A/B testing is often too much for most people to deal with so they will sit back and enjoy what Adsense pays them. There is even testing to be done with YouTube ads, but yet most people won't bother.

While Adsense might be the highest paying ad-network (if you put the hours into making it so) it doesn't mean it is the best. With other Adsense alternatives doing their own ad-testing they are bounds to earn you more revenue. Just be aware that you could earn even more yourself, but that extra money sadly doesn't come easy.

As always if you have any other questions relating to Adsense do leave them in the comments box below and will answer them there or make a whole post for you with your answer.


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