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i have a small blog and i am using ppc companies ads on it like adsense. now i want to get more views to make more money.  i want to know how much views can i get on per dollar in google adwords

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Hi Muhammad

It depend on which kind of industry you are and how competitive your related keywords are,.

You may need to read more about How keywords work so you will have a better understanding

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704371?hl=en

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Hi Muhammad,

As what I can understand from your question is that your purpose of advertising AdWords is to get clicks on your Adsense Ads and make money from it. It is not not allowed and comes under Arbitrage policy.

TC @MosheTLV can confirm this.

 

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Neha

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If your intent is to practice arbitrage, in other words, to: "drive traffic to their websites at low cost and pay for that traffic by earning money from the ads placed on those websites" -  this woulds be, as @Neha Gupta mentioned, a violation of the Policy, and you most likely be suspended!

 

Read more:

https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/190442?hl=en

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In addition to what you've already been told (that we'd need more information before we could try to really help you), let me caution one of one thing.

 

Your post makes it sound as though you want to use AdWords to drive traffic to your blog, so that you make more money off of the AdSense ads that are showing there. If this is what you are thinking, you need to understand that you will probably need to pay more for clicks in AdWords than you receive from AdSense.

 

That is, you cannot profitably use AdWords to drive traffic to your website in the hope that those visitors will click on the AdSense ads.


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Hi Muhammad

It depend on which kind of industry you are and how competitive your related keywords are,.

You may need to read more about How keywords work so you will have a better understanding

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704371?hl=en

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Hi Muhammad,

Based on your query, I have some more queries for you.

1) Is your blog a generic one or targeted to any particular industry?
2) How frequent you are in updating your blog?
3) What kind of content do you have on your blog?
4) Are you getting any comments on your blog? How are you measuring your audience engagement with your blog?

My intention to ask these queries is very simple. It's all about content. If you are really generating a content that is target-oriented, industry-specific and informative, then you really do not have to worry. A good quality content is a combination of relevance and influence and if you are delivering it then you will definitely get more views, clicks and money.

I hope this helps.

Kapil M
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Hi Muhammad,

As what I can understand from your question is that your purpose of advertising AdWords is to get clicks on your Adsense Ads and make money from it. It is not not allowed and comes under Arbitrage policy.

TC @MosheTLV can confirm this.

 

Thanks

Neha

Neha Gupta, AdWordsTop Contributor Follow Me: My Blog | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn
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Accepted by topic author Muhammad I
September 2015

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If your intent is to practice arbitrage, in other words, to: "drive traffic to their websites at low cost and pay for that traffic by earning money from the ads placed on those websites" -  this woulds be, as @Neha Gupta mentioned, a violation of the Policy, and you most likely be suspended!

 

Read more:

https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/190442?hl=en

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Thank you for the confirmation Moshe!
Neha Gupta, AdWordsTop Contributor Follow Me: My Blog | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn
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Re: advertising on google

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In addition to what you've already been told (that we'd need more information before we could try to really help you), let me caution one of one thing.

 

Your post makes it sound as though you want to use AdWords to drive traffic to your blog, so that you make more money off of the AdSense ads that are showing there. If this is what you are thinking, you need to understand that you will probably need to pay more for clicks in AdWords than you receive from AdSense.

 

That is, you cannot profitably use AdWords to drive traffic to your website in the hope that those visitors will click on the AdSense ads.


Theresa
Google AdWords Top Contributor
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