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    How to calculate total AdSense earning?

    Puzzled about calculating your AdSense earnings? Know from experts how to understand the earnings you get from your AdSense account.

    Recently my AdSence account is approved but I do not know how to use AdSense the dashboard to calculate my earnings. I am providing the details of my AdSence account below:
    Estimate earning: $1.85
    Page views: 4224
    Impression: 10155
    Clicks: 42
    Page RPM:$0.8
    Impression RPM:$0.33
    Active view viewable: 34.01%

    In some place I had seen 1100 impression with 0 estimated earning - what is this? Can I get earnings for that 1100 impression?
  • Answers

    3 Answers found.
  • You don't need to calculate your earnings. Your estimated earnings shown above are your total earnings. At the end of the month, some amount MAY get deducted from this amount depending upon reasons like illegal clicks etc.

    By the way, sharing your AdSense earnings with details is against Google's terms and conditions.

  • Do note that estimated earnings get adjusted 10th of very next month. For example the amount earned by you in March would be adjusted for final estimated earnings in April 10-15th. So that is one reason you should not calculate your total adsense earnings unless google presents you that data.

    As for impression based earning, Google does not allocate the earning for every impression. And considering there 1.1K impression, it may be too low to display. For example, if you are getting impression on ads from China and Russia then the value is going to be extremely low. This is because impression from those countries are not being considered for some ads.

  • 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 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 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 life?

    Which is well above your desired earning of $100 per day from Google AdSense, right? 1000s of people are making money by writing articles, 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!

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