It’s certainly possible to be getting 10,000 website visitors per day but only making around $100/day in Google Adsense income. A fellow Deadbeat sent me an email yesterday in this extra situation. I thought I’d make this video to help. It doesn’t matter if you get 0 website visitors or 100,000 – this video will help you.
Alright, so if you’re getting thousands of visitors per day to your website but you aren’t earning significant amounts of money, your website has 1 of 2 problems.
1) Your website is receiving info-oriented or non-buyer traffic. While this isn’t necessarily the death touch of a website (with good marketing and warm up you can sell cold/low quality traffic), it can hinder the earning potential of your affiliate site.
2) Your aren’t selling your website visitors adequately on the products that you recommend. In this case, this particular Deadbeat was using Google Adsense to monetize his website. Selling might not be the issue, but rather placement of your Google Adsense block on your website.
I highly recommend you split test the various placements of the Adsense block for best results.
Another recommendation if you have this kind of website is to see if you can create some targeted swag to offer to your visitors. Things like T-Shirts, coffee mugs, mouse pads, etc. These can be nice filler products to offer on your niche sites if affiliate offers don’t match your audience.
All in all, getting 10,000 visitors a day, regardless of how much money you’re making is a good problem to have.
Scale the traffic, and see what you can do to increase your numbers slowly but surely.
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