According to the research made on how to make $10 to $100 daily from google adsense, we were able to gather some tips on that.
How much traffic do you really need to get to $10 to $100 dailly with Adsense?
Getting approximately 10,000 visitors per month is certainly one of the criteria for making $10 per month and even more. Most blogs can make up to $100 with such traffic. However, always understand that such income might not be coming from a single website. It can be spread across several website, ranging from 10-20 sites. With 3 of them generating 90% of that.
Am I actually certifying that 10,000 visitors per month will always equal $10 per day,sometimes it could be lower, or even much higher than that. There are so many factors in play that it’s going to be unlike for everybody. Although, it’s a close up estimation.
For us to understand how Adsense truly works there are important parameters that needs to properly understood, one of it is RPM.
The rudiment metric you need to calculate Adsense income for a website is the RPM.
It’s the calculation of how much money you made per 1000 visitors. It’s calculated based on your traffic, CTR (click-through-rate), and CPC (cost per click). The average RPM I’ve experienced with Adsense is about $5 to $10 for broad niches and up to $100 for more competitive niches with high CPC.
If you’re able to know your RPM, you can precisely estimate earnings potentials for superior traffic numbers, as well as the amount of traffic you’ll need to make a full-time income.
For instance, if you’re making an average $10 RPM from one of your websites, that’s $10 for every 1000 visitors on your site.
So you can easily calculate that if you increased your traffic to 100,000 visitors, you would make $1000. If you grew it to 1,000,000 you would make $10,000. Once more, not completely precise, but a first-rate opinion.
This guide today is centered on the requirements to make 10 dollars per day from your existing blog (or even the new blog you are going to start) from Google Adsense.
If you currently leverage/earn 6$ from 2000 Page views daily, then your RPM is 3$ (6 x 1000/2000) and if you are making $8 from 1000 page views daily, then your RPM is $6 (6 x 1000/1000). We will be connecting all the statistics/maths in RPM and thrash out how to make 10 dollars daily from Adsense.
The RPM is not entirely the same for all type of blog, for example, Business, technology,Investments, news, entertainment, free stuff, financing and education etc.… blogs will have diverse RPM ( because the CPC and CTR would be different for each blogs).
I would say practically that 3$ RPM is rational and your target should be centered on getting more than that. If you are generating 2 to 3 $ RPM, then you should spend more time to increase the RPM to 6$ or more dollars.
In order to Earn 10 Dollars per Day from Adsense, you need to understand the following vividly;
Let us assume 4$ RPM, you will likely make 4$ from every 1000 Page views generated from your sites daily. To get 10$ daily from Adsense, multiply this by 3 (this will give you 12$, although its $2 higher than $10) to get 10$ round figure per day. This simply implies that, your blog has to generate 3000 page views daily to make 10$ per day from Google Adsense.
Do you think generating 3000 page views per day is a difficult task?…It will look hard for any new bloggers and even for the old bloggers who are under pressure to generate minimal traffic for their blogs.
Let me break down the 3000 Page Views per day technically, so you can clearly understand the direction am coming from.
Can you produce 30 quality articles on your blog which can each, generate 100 PVs per day?
Can you produce 60 articles which can generate 50 PVs per day?
Or Can you produce 120 articles which can generate 25 PVs per day?
Most people will go for this-15 articles which can generate 200 PVs per day?
At the end of the day it’s all about traffic. There at influence a site’s overall income, but loads of traffic is the general indicator. Not just ordinary traffic, but 75% of that traffic should be organic.