How To Earn $100 Per Day With Google AdSense, And How Much Traffic You Need
Earning $100, $200 or even $300 per day with Google AdSense is not an impossible job.
Many bloggers and website owners are doing it, and you are not an exception. The only thing you need is better planning and execution, hard work, determination and passion for blogging about your topic or niche.
Before diving into the exact process, let’s know some terminology for better understanding of Google AdSense and how you can generate more revenue by selling your ad inventories on your blog.
What Is AdSense: It’s a monetization program by Google for online content from websites, mobile sites, and site search results with relevant and engaging ads.
CTR : Your ad Click-through Rate is the number of ad clicks divided by the number of individual ad impressions. Suppose you are showing 3 AdSense ads on every page, your 1 page view is equal to 3 ad impressions.
CTR = Clicks / Ad Impressions X 100
Suppose, you get 5 clicks out of 500 ad impressions, your CTR would be 1% (5/500X100).
CPC : Cost-Per-Click is the revenue you earn each time a visitor clicks on your ad. CPC is usually determined by the advertisers. In some competitive niches like finance, marketing, online products etc. advertisers may be willing to pay more per click than others.
CPM: CPM means “Cost Per 1000 Impressions.”
Sometimes advertisers opt for CPM ads instead of CPC and set their price for 1000 ad impressions. And they pay each time their ads appear on any website.
Let’s Make $100 Everyday With Google AdSense, Right?
For the convenience of calculation we assume that – You serve your AdSense ads on your blog or website, irrespective of showing your ads on your mobile site and added the site search results with AdSense.
Your CTR is 1% and your average CPC is $0.25. It’s quite achievable and lots of bloggers usually get it. We also assume that Page View = Ad Impression for easy calculation. You can manipulate the parameters on your own for desired results.
- To make $100 everyday you need 40,000 Page Views/day Or, 400 Clicks a day @ 1% CTR and $0.25 CPC. For 40,000 Page Views you have to produce 500 awesome articles or blog posts which attract at least 80 or more page views/article everyday.
- Apart from CPC, you will also earn from your CPM ad impressions. Irrespective of any niche, the average CPM earning is $1 to $1.5 per 1,000 impressions. You can make $40 to $60 per day easily from 40,000 page views.
- You can also sell your Ad space directly or via BuySellAds.com and generate $6,000 Per Month on an average from 40,000 page views. Check out how webmasters and bloggers are making $6,000 to $8,000 Per Month from BuySellAds with forty thousand page views per day. So your daily earning will be $200 (6000/30=200).
- A niche blog with high quality articles converts very well with affiliate marketing. You can easily earn $40 to $80/day from affiliate selling with correct implementation and execution.
Now your total earning per day is $100 + $40 + $200 +$40 = $380 from CPC, CPM, Direct Ad Sell, Affiliate Marketing for 40,000 page views per day. I’ve taken the lowest possible earnings from all the 4 sources.
$380 per day means $11,400 per month (380X30= 11,400) Or, $136,800 per year (11,400X12=136,800). Isn’t it a whooping amount to lead a lavish
Which is well above your desired earning of $100 per day from Google AdSense, right? 1000s of bloggers are making money this way, and you can also do it. The only thing I want to say is “Be Focused!”
P.S. The above results can be possible if you produce at least 200 to 250 great articles or blog posts per year for 2 years. So how much traffic you actually need to make $100 per day from Google AdSense – It’s way less than 40,000 Page Views Per Day!
About Akash KB
A doctor by profession and a blogger by passion. Loves painting, music & nature walk. I'm not so tech-savvy, a social drinker and presently working on an app.
Kamlesh Bhatt says
I am an ardent blogger and would like to know more about earning while blogging. Kindly help, sir.
There is no limit for traffic or page views on shared hosting of JustHost.com (we are using). I think Hostgator & BlueHost also offering the same.
But it’s advisable to opt for VPS or Dedicated Server for high traffic blog/site. Anything above 20,000 Page Views/day, you should upgrade your account or server.
You just make sure to add the following things in your privacy polity 1# How you are treating cookies in your website 2# You’ve an unsubscribe link or button in your E-mail or Newsletter to your subscribers and clients 3# Your physical, telephonic and electronic contact number/E-mail (Organization and Person separately). Chances are that your AdSense account will get approved
approve your gmail id with your phone number then your account approved..
John Gibb says
that’s just an estimate… as with each niche PPC ads and prices vary… I have had blogs generating 25k unique visitors and making only $200+ a month, which is very little… before building AdSense sites, I highly recommend you go after niches (low competition in the SERPs if possible) where there’s a bidding war on AdWords… this way your clicks will make you more money, and traffic will increase as the lack of competitors in Google.
this works amazing in theory, in reality you’ll spend a ton of time researching for these niches… you have to be really “lucky”.
hope it helps
Thanks for adding your valuable suggestions. BTW, you were making $200/m from 25K unique visitors Per Day Or, Per Month?
Another great great content. Yeah this is a very much high quality post and we every blogger need such post on adsense earnings. Thanks
John Gibb says
That was per month…
At 25k unique visitors a day, you’d be making $200+ a day, which sounds amazing, don’t you think?
After reading your article its clear that we need at least 40k page views per day in order to earn $100/day.
It’s 100 US$ / day, not Per Month
Altair Goh says
Thanks Akash, for sharing this article. Google Adsense is indeed a very powerful online tool that allows people to profit from clicks alone. Relevance of advertisements, that are on the websites, is vital for click-through-rate success.
Akash saysSource: seohour.com