A Complete Guide to Google AdSense For Beginners

Google AdSense For Beginners

A Complete Guide to Google AdSense For Beginners

Are you looking for a guide to Google AdSense?

Don’t Worry. Today I will provide A Complete Guide to Google AdSense For Beginners in this article.

If you are a blogger or newbie in the field of blogging, you must be spending much time to write quality content for your blog to make it popular. You also must be using different tactics to make your blog fresh and better. Moreover, you must be doing so many efforts for promoting your blogs to engage an audience to your site.

Why are you doing so many efforts?

 Are you doing so many efforts just for the sake of popularity?

I don’t think so! You already know bloggers are making a smart amount of money from their blogs. Whether you are passionate about blogging but someday you will also want to make money through blogs. If your blogs are quite popular among people you will also try to generate revenue from your blog.

Although there are money techniques to make money but Google AdSense is one of most popular for monetizing a blog. If anyone who is running a website and has great traffic on the website can earn a large amount of money with Google AdSense.

Do you want to know more about  Google AdSense?

Well, This article is for you. Today I write about A Complete Guide to Google AdSense For Beginners. This guide will help you to generate good revenue from your blog.

I know you must be eager to learn about Google AdSense, so let’s just cut to the chase.

A Complete Guide to Google AdSense For Beginners

Google AdSense is one of most popular and recommended way to monetize a blog. However, It’s not that easy to make money through AdSense. It is a lengthy process and takes enough time and efforts.

But don’t worry I will provide you an easy guide to Google AdSense.

Just grab a cup of coffee and let’s get started.

Google AdSense is a free program which allows website owners, bloggers or publishers to earn money by placing ‘Google Ads’ on their site or blogs.

You must have visited many websites which display many ads in the different sections of a website. Some website owner places their own product ads on their site but some place ‘Google Ads’ on their site in order to generate revenue from it.

These ads are available in a variety of formats such as images, text, videos and you can choose any ad relevant to your site or blog content. To cite an example, let’s assume you have a blog on Punjabi Cooking Recipies then you can choose ‘Google ads’ related to the cooking niche.

Whenever some user clicks on ‘Google Ad’ banner which is related to cooking on your site then Google will pay you accordingly. There are mainly two ways, which can generate revenue through AdSense.

A Small Description About CPC & CPI


  • Cost Per Click – This is based on a total number of clicks on Google Ad by visitors on your site.
  • Cost Per Impression – This is based on a total number of page views with Google Ad. Google pay $1 to $1.5 per 1000 impression.


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Remember I told you previously that earning money from AdSense is not a piece of cake. You have to do many efforts for that. You have to focus on the certain thing to generate revenue through Google ads.

If you are a blogger than your blog content must be fresh and relevant to engage more audience to read your blog through a good promotion. Moreover,  you need to do good SEO on your site to generate huge traffic on your site.

This works great for generating revenue from AdSense. If you post high-quality articles on your site regularly which contains fresh content then people will more likely to read and follow your blogs. For instance, there are high chances that you will get more views and clicks on the ads if you place the ads at the top of your post or somewhere in between your post. Google AdSense will automatically offer you ads that are relevant to the content of your post.

Do you have great traffic on your site?

Great. It’s high time to start earning by promoting Google ads. Whenever visitors will visit your site they will see an ad and click on that if they like. With each click and impression, you will get paid by Google.

What do you need to start generating revenue from Google AdSense?

After getting much about AdSense, you must be eager to know how you can start generating revenue from AdSense.

You just need to have a blog, website or a YouTube Channel to get started with Google AdSense.

If you are a website owner then you just have to visit Google AdSense Website and create an account. You have to fill required information to get registered to Google AdSense. Then you have to wait till you get AdSense account approval. Once, your account gets approved by AdSense, you will receive a code which you can place anywhere on your site. After that ad will start running in that section where you placed the code.

If you use blogger, then you can use monetize tab to create and set up an AdSense account. After that same procedure is followed as I told above.

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I will recommend you read and follow the Terms & Policies of Google AdSense before applying to it, Otherwise your AdSense Account Will get Disapproved.

Do you want to know how much you can earn from it?

We have talked enough about the introduction of Google AdSense and also basic what you need to start making money through AdSense.

You must be champing at the bit to know how much you can earn from Google AdSense. If you are a newbie blogger then you will take some time to start generating revenue from your blog with AdSense. To be honest, initially, you will not get any revenue from the ads. I mean it will be almost negligible.

When I started using AdSense, I only earned $2 in 3 months. It took a lot of efforts to make enough money through AdSense. Also, a high traffic on your site must be needed to make the smart amount of money with AdSense.. In addition, your site must be SEO optimized.

How much you earned through is entirely depend upon site traffic or your blog popularity. If you have huge traffic, you can earn even more than $100 in a month.

Are you wondering how traffic affects revenue?

It affects as if you have great traffic on your website, people will visit your site frequently. This increase the chances that your visitors will view the ads on your site or blog.

Do you know Google pays around $1 to $1.5 per 1000 impression on an ad?

Yes, it’s true. It means more impressions will generate more revenue. Further, if someone clicks on ad intentionally or unintentionally, you will get paid by Google on basis of cost-per-click (CPC) and CPI (Cost-Per-Impression).

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Also if you are a popular blogger and people follow your blog then they will more likely to view your posts. You can place the ads related to your blog in between blog or in the end to engage an audience with an ad. Trust on your blog content will make them click on an ad. With every click, you will earn money.

What can you do to make more from Google AdSense?

I think you get the hint from the entire blog that what things need to be done to make more revenue from AdSense. To make it clearer, these are following thing which helps in making more money through these ads:

  • Increase website ranking by SEO.
  • Promote your website on social media to boost site traffic.
  • Post high-quality fresh content on your blog to engage an audience.
  • Post ads relevant to your site or blog content.

Google AdSense is not a small thing to cover in one article. To know more about Google AdSense from my previous articles.

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Still, I have tried my best to provide A Complete Guide to Google AdSense For Beginners

Final Verdict

I hope you find A Complete Guide to Google AdSense For Beginners informative and helpful. so, go ahead and get started with Google AdSense. If you have any query regarding this article, don’t hesitate to ask in the comment section.

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