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How to Dig Google Adsense Gold Part 5 of 15: Google Adsense Ads Site

 How to Dig Google Adsense Gold Part 5 of 15: Google Adsense Ads Site

How to Dig Google AdSense Gold Part 5 of 15 deals with where to place Google AdSense ads. The placement of your ad units in Google AdSense is one of the most determining factors in whether a user will click on your Google AdSense ads or ignore them. The Google AdSense ads house deserves days and weeks of tweaking to get to exactly where it will earn the most money. This is where you should ask yourself these five questions:

  1. What kind of content is on my website?
  2. What do users do when they visit my website?
  3. What places can I expect users to focus their attention on?
  4. How do I make my ads helpful and not intrusive?
  5. How do I maintain the quality of my website without Google AdSense ads?

use google Adsense tools

Google AdSense understands that placing your Google AdSense ads is important to your potential earnings. So naturally, they've come up with great tools to help. The first Google AdSense tool you need to check out is your Google AdSense channels. They will tell you how each Google AdSense ad works individually so you know which position attracts you to the most ads. Next up are the Google AdSense custom reports. Designed to provide you with daily, weekly, or even monthly statistics for each of your Google AdSense ad units. This way everything is delivered to your email with important information. Another useful thing about Google AdSense custom reports is the fact that you can compare them and see how your ads have been performing over time. This is important because your user base may change by making your carefully chosen Google AdSense ad placements useless against these new users. Of course, you can customize the exact duration or size of your Google AdSense ads using Google AdSense ad formats. This is a good thing since some high-paying placements may be too small or too big for certain ad formats, for example, navigation. And last but not least, knowing which colors compliment or blend with your content will greatly increase your earnings. Now all of these tools can help you find the perfect placement if they are used carefully and considering many external factors. For example, the fact that no matter how cool a post is, people are different from others, may attract some users and annoy others, consider the majority.

Google AdSense Heat Maps

Google AdSense has released a lot of heatmaps over the years in an effort to try to determine the exact best placements for your Google AdSense ads. Although every website is different, there are certain areas that make sense that are guaranteed to work sometimes. The hotter the colors, the better the Google AdSense site, so red is good while white is worse. There are three main types: public, blogs, and forums:


The general heatmap indicates that the best position in Google AdSense is at the top of your main content.


The forum heat map shows that the best placement in forums is in the navigational help where most of your users search often. But forum users are tricky because most of them skip the title and jump straight to the topic. Placing ads in the middle of a discussion is annoying and intrusive; This may prompt the user to ignore the Google AdSense ads. So instead, put one at the bottom of the last post in a thread this way this gives the user more options when the discussion is over. Keep in mind that most of your traffic will come back daily, so either cleverly mix up your own Google AdSense ads or use display ads to refresh things.

See also: Create an Adsense account after 2022 updates and activate it for google Adsense beginners

blog or memo

The blog heat map shows that the bottom of your posts is where you should place your Google AdSense ads. Blogs are notoriously tricky for Google AdSense ads to digest as they contain a lot of content to grab the user's attention. So first things first give your Google AdSense ads a blog title to make them stand out a bit but make sure you integrate the rest of the ad unit with your content. But blogging makes up for your difficulty by offering a great way to diversify your Google AdSense ads. You can use Google search for example as your default search engine. You can also use referral ads when creating a Google Adsense ads page. Not to mention that since blogs have a lot of content, they are ideal for the Google AdSense section targeted in this way, you can indicate exactly where Google AdSense will search for content in your Google AdSense ads.

Remember that nothing is static, these are really just suggestions.

Keep them close to home

Google AdSense ads tend to perform better when they are directly in or under your main content. When it is said in the content aspect as in an article, the user sees it while reading the content. Within the user-served content when they have finished reading after they have finished they want to know more about it and Google AdSense ads will provide an easy way for you to earn money from them leaving your website. It doesn't matter anyway since 90% of users move to other websites when the main content is finished, why not make money leaving them?

guide them

A good starting place for testing a Google AdSense site that makes you money is the navigation menu. You know and I know that the first user does after coming to a website is to check the list to see what you have on your website. So there and when you can grab them, so even though they don't find anything useful in your navigation menu, they earn you some gold there. Any skyscraper would do that.

take time

Placing ad units in Google AdSense requires a lot of patience and time. So don't let all the frustrations with it stop, it's a great way to increase your Google AdSense gold, if you do it the right way and when you do it.

See also: What is Google Adsense?