Maximizing your Adsense earning really depends on how you choose to display your Google Adsense ads code on your blog or website. Choosing the best Adsense ads placement and ads format can be confusing sometimes and if you don’t know the techniques involve in it, you wont make money with Adsense even if you have the highest traffic in the world.
Yesterday, I was going through the posts of some bloggers on a Facebook group which I belong to, I saw how people are complaining bitterly on how they made just $5 within 6 months of using Adsense on their blog and I got shocked and was forced to comment because everyone in the group were discouraged and considering using infolink as their Ads serving network.
After commenting on the post, I got tons of questions which I answered and also demanded for the blog URL of the complainants to check the blogs and also help to solve the issues. After the review, I discovered that the blog’s had the same problems in Ads placement and implementing of the right Ads unit. Because of this issue, I decided to put up this post to help them solve their problems.
The Best Performing Adsense Ads Format and Sizes
As a blogger or a website owner, generating more income is the reason we uses Adsense to monetize our blogs/websites. The joy of using Adsense on your blog is when you’re having high performance which will generate more Adsense revenue.
Choosing the right Adsense ads format will help a long way to maximize your Adsense earning because visibility is what leads to impression and clicks from your blog visitors. From my experience and research, there are five Adsense ads formats that can easily generate clicks and impression which I’ll list below.
- 336 x 280 px ==> Text & Image ads format.
- 729 x 90 px ==> Text & Image ads format.
- 300 x 600 px ==> Text & Image ads format.
- 320 x 100 px ==> Text ads format.
- Responsive ==> Text & Image ads format.
Now let’s see how these Ads format perform after applying them on the right position or placement.
Best Adsense Ads Placement or Positioning to Maximize Your Adsense Earning
The place at which your Adsense ads displays depends the amount of clicks and impression you get from your visitors. If you should understand how Adsense works, you will know that impressions and clicks Google convert into cash and the more of them you get, the more money you earn.
Header Ads Placement
The 729 x 90 px ad format or Responsive can be placed at the header of your blog or web page. This should be positioned under the header menu and aligned to center so that any visitor that visits your blog (either home page or single post page) will see the ad displayed even as they navigate through your blog or website.
Sidebar Ads Placement
The 300 x 600 px or 336 x 280 px ads format should be placed at the top right sidebar because visitors eyes are always on the right sidebar and they’re always familiar with right sidebar.
Inside Post or Single Post Ads Placement
The 336 x 280 px ad format should be placed before the post’s content align to left. The reason why you should align to left is because when visitors visits your blog post, the first thing they will see is the ad displayed at the left and they could click on it if they find the ad interesting. And again, you should remember that while reading, you read from left to right and you already had an ad displayed at your top right sidebar. So don’t distract your visitors with ads by placing an ad aligned to right.
Another place to place your Adsense ads is at the middle of your blog post, this is where you can place the 320 x 100 px text ads or you can use responsive ads format. This will get more clicks and impressions because ads related to your contents could be displayed and your visitors could click on it thinking that it’s a related topic link or when they find the ads interesting.
Below Post Ads Placement
In this place, you can place the responsive, 320 x 100, or 729 x 90 Ad format immediately after the post aligned to center or left before the social media sharing icon. These ads format do best here and you could also earn a lot if your visitors click on it as a related post (I’m not telling you to mislead your visitors or encourage them to click on your ads because it’s against Google’s Tos and your account could be banned).
If you apply these methods of ads placement and format, you’ll be very sure of making money with Adsense within a month.
Now that you’ve read the best Adsense ads placement to increase your blog’s earning, feel free to ask any question or add to this post so that others could learn from you using the comment box below.