Google AdSense is one of the fastest and easiest ways to monetize blog and website content.
Do you want to calculate how much money you can make with AdSense? Then you are exactly right here.
With this AdSense revenue calculator, publishers can quickly assess their earnings potential with AdSense.
This step-by-step guide shows you how much income you can passively earn by placing ads from Google AdSense on your website. Your most important data sources are your Google AdSense account and a Google Analytics account. If you don't have either of these two accounts, I recommend you set them up and start collecting data. Of course, you can also playfully use the tool in advance.
What do CTR, CPC mean or where can I find the number of my Pagevisitors? Question after question - everything is explained in detail here
The average traffic your website receives in a month.
It is best to calculate the number based on data from a long period of time - such as the last quarter or the last year. In this way, sudden changes in traffic are taken into account in the calculation.
The more pages someone visits your website, the more likely they are to see and click on an ad they are interested in.
Getting people to stay on your website or blog is important.
Assuming you've set up Google Analytics or similar measurements on your website, it's easy to find out the average number of pages per visit. Go to Google Analytics> Audience> Overview and look at the “Pages / Session”. If you don't have this information, you can assume that a typical Pages Per Visit is
between 1 and 2 pages for a non-optimized blog and between 2 and 3 for an optimized blog.