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How much money you can make from Adsense with 1000 Visitors a Day

This is a question whose answer every new blogger who is using Adsense wants to know. I am writing this post because i was asked this same question 4,5 times and so I thought it needs to be explained. This question is very hard to give an exact answer. How much money you make doesn’t depend on a single factor, there are multiple factors it is dependent upon.

Average earning per 1000 visitor is said to be $1 across the world. But this is not indicative of real results for most.

If you want to know how much you can earn from Adsense with 1000 visitors, then the only answer is to try Adsense yourself and get the result.

I will tell you what are the factors on which Adsense earnings depend upon.

  1. CPM (Cost Per Mile OR Cost Per Thousand).
  2. Number of Ads per Page.
  3. Total number of pages visited.

Revenue per 1000 Visitor = Total number of pages visited x Number of Ads per Page x Impression CPM

So if I assume you have 3 Ads per page and every user is visiting 3 pages/posts on your blog and your impression CPM is $1, then the Revenue generated per 1000 visitor = $9

But your impression CPM probably isn’t $1. Prices paid on AdSense are dynamic.

#1 What is CPM?

According to InvestoPedia:

Cost per thousand (CPM) is a marketing term used to denote the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions on one webpage. If a website publisher charges $2.00 CPM, that means an advertiser must pay $2.00 for every 1,000 impressions of its ad. The “M” in CPM represents the Roman numeral for 1,000.

CPM is the most common method for pricing web ads. Advertisers frequently measure the success of a CPM campaign by its click-through rate (CTR), the ratio of the number of times the ad is clicked compared to the total number of ad impressions. For example, an advertisement that receives two clicks for every 100 impressions has a CTR of 2%. An advertisement’s success cannot be measured by CTR alone because an ad that is viewed but not clicked on may still have an impact.

#2 Number of Ads per Page.

This is the number of Ads you have on every page. Try to put the ads in such a way that the chances of reader clicking on it is high. But make sure you are not compromising with the readability of content.

#3 Total number of Posts/Pages Visited.

Total number of posts read or pages visited also decides the Adsense earning. Try to show Related posts and pages after the end of articles as it increases the chances of reader visiting the next post.

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10 thoughts on “How much money you can make from Adsense with 1000 Visitors a Day”

  1. Great information am new to blogging, I started it from a passion of writting not really knowing that it can be a source of a monetary reward. I have zero background when it comes to website design and all this web related stuff. But I am eager and am learning as I go and thank you for providing such a comprehensive explanation about how this whole thing works.

    1. You are welcome Denise 🙂 Just remember one thing “The expert in anything was once a beginner”. Keep following your passion and visit our blog whenever you need any “Advize” 🙂 Cheers!

    1. Yes Satish. If major source of traffic on your blog is from India then yes the CPC ratr wont be much. Even I am from India and 50% of my traffic comes from India and 45% from US UK and Canada. And i am making good money using with these numbers. I would publish an article soon after using for a month. 🙂

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