Which Webpages Should you Optimized For Adsense.
Most bloggers (myself included) use Google analytics to determine the most popular pages on search engines. So we’re starting to work on them to make them look better, load faster, and get more backlinks.
Hopefully this will increase our income !! We assume that the pages with the highest search engine earnings are the pages with the highest Adsense earnings.
But this is not entirely true. There is a difference between the most profitable and the most effective pages.
- Analytics gives you insight into which post is performing well on the search engine.
- Adsense estimates your daily income.
The AdSense Program is more like a CPC model than a CPM (impression). So it’s not about the impression a page makes, but how high the CPC and CTR of that page are. When I took a look at my analytics, I was surprised to see some statistics.
Since Google doesn’t allow showing CPC and Adsense CPM, I’m blurring the details.
A post that gets 2,000 and 8,000 impressions a month brought in more than a post with 30,000 and 40,000 impressions a month. The reason is simple: they have a higher CTR and CPC compared to more popular pages. The point is, you have to look at your high performing Adsense page and not the top rated analytics pages to increase your Adsense earnings.
So, it was clear that I should focus more on these high paying pages and spend my time optimizing them rather than my hit pages. It’s not that these pages should be left alone, I’m talking about getting the priority right.
Few things you can do to optimize popular AdSense pages:
- Reduce page load times. Link
- Optimize your images.
- Try to improve communication and SEO (but avoid unnecessary words).
- Try quality backlinks.
- Write messages from the list so visitors can get interested.
To find the Adsense pages, go to the reports page and search for AdSense under Behavior settings. But in order to do this, you need to link your analytics and your Adsense account. Before you start, make sure both AdSense and Analytics are in the same Google Account.
Click here to learn how to link your AdSense account to your Google Analytics account.
The final effect may take 24-48 hours. So be patient, if it still doesn’t work, you can try clearing the cache.