How I made 2 669 dollars and 98 cents with Google Adsense

How I made 2 669 dollars and 98 cents with Google Adsense

by Roman on February 8, 2012

If you are reading this article chances are pretty good that you are a regular reader at my blog www.financialjesus.com.

If you have taken some time to look around you might have noticed that there are some ads on the website – 2 inside each article ( 1 picture ad + 1 block of text ads) and some ads in the menu on the right.

Some of you probably already know this but each time one of you clicks on the ads on this site I make some money. The amount I make from 1 click is quite small – anywhere from 1 cent to 1 dollar (usually about 0.10-0.30 dollars) but since there are a lot of people reading this blog the numbers add up quite fast.

Below is a picture of my check form Google Adsense for 2669 dollars and 98 cents – it took about 1 year to earn.

My Google Adsense Check

My Google Adsense Check for 2669 dollars (Click for full size check)

I wish to thank you guys for sticking around and reading this blog. You are the only reason why I am able to earn money from this site and hopefully increase my earnings through Google Adsense in the future. Last time I checked there were over 80 000 unique visitors per month reading our stuff here at Financial Jesus!

What am I going to do with the money?

I am planning to use the money to buy a new car!  I will let you know once I get it!

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{ 7 comments }

sunness February 9, 2012 at 6:51 am

i dont know much about computer,but i did like stuff going on there,want to be part of the course.

Ray February 10, 2012 at 2:27 am

That’s some great achievements roman! Unfortunately for me, I still havn’t been able to get my first adsense check yet, due to the minimum balance must be 100. But considering you’re getting that much amount of traffic i really think you should monetize your site so you can double your income. =]

James April 2, 2012 at 3:03 am

:( I got banned from google Adsense for something I didn’t do. They took my money (about £140) from my Adsense account and it won’t let me use any google services if I am signed in. What’s worse is that my very popular YouTube videos and my 874 subscribers (as of now) got recognised and YouTube invited me to earn revenue for everytime somebody watched my videos, many of the videos get over 100,000 views so I was over the moon when you can get a penny (I mean a cent) for a view ($1000 per 100,000) view video. Just sucks that it turned out to be Adsense based :/ I am determined to get more subscribers than you have likes, you are my goal, I look up to you.

James April 2, 2012 at 3:06 am

PS

I clicked some ads for you ;) oh and I’ve got that letter from google with the logo on it, they send it out and it has a code on it to verify the household address.

luxury April 17, 2012 at 3:32 am

Unfortunately for me, I still havn’t been able to get my first adsense check yet, due to the minimum balance must be 100. But considering you’re getting that much amount of traffic i really think you should monetize your site so you can double your income.

mosquito trap June 25, 2012 at 11:15 pm

I read that for Google AdSense, Google will pay the web site owner a portion of the revenue received from the advertisement. What is the formula that Google uses to calculate that portion? What is the approximate percentage of that portion from the whole?

mosquito trap June 25, 2012 at 11:21 pm

It depends on a number of things — the topic of the site, the relevance of the ads to the site, and the purpose of the audience in visiting the site. A site that gives tips on finding a mortgage will attract users actively looking for a mortgage provider — and will most likely click on the ads.

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