If you are new to blogging and want to estimate your earnings through Google AdSense, this calculator is for you. AdSense earnings depend on various factors such as Daily Page Impressions, CTR (Clickthrough Rate in %), and CPC (Cost Per Click). You can estimate or calculate Google AdSense earnings using the below calculator just by providing the three input parameters.
Google AdSense Earnings Calculation Steps
#1. Daily Page Impressions- Google Search Console > Performance > Search Results
#2. CTR (in %)- Google Search Console > Performance > Search Results
Please Note: The actual CTR you will get from Google AdSense Account.
#3. CPC (in $)- Depends on advertisers (check your Google AdSense Account)
Key Metrics Used In Google AdSense Calculator
#1. Daily Page Impressions
Daily Page Impressions is the average traffic that your website receives on a single day. The best way to calculate the number is based on data from over a long time period—such as last quarter or last year as it will decrease the effects of sudden increase or decrease in spikes by averaging the numbers.
#2. CTR (Clickthrough Rate in %)
According to Google, CTR is a ratio showing how often people who see your ad or free product listing end up clicking it. Clickthrough rate (CTR) can be used to gauge how well your keywords and ads, and free listings, are performing.
CTR is the number of clicks that your ad receives divided by the number of times your ad is shown: clicks ÷ impressions = CTR
For example, if you had 5 clicks and 100 impressions, then your CTR would be 5%.
#3. Cost Per Click
CPC is the cost per click that an ad receives. It’s a metric that websites use to determine the average times an advertiser has clicked on the relevant ad.
Most of the time, new bloggers face issues related to the indexing of their content in Google Search Results. Well! now Google has provided a free Google Indexing API service using which you can request a fresh crawl of your newly added or updated pages within a minute or two.
After indexing your content in Google Search Results, if you want to see the position of your article for your focus keyword, you can use this Keyword Position Checker Tool for free.
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