I’m always trying to increase my Google Adsense earnings with every strategy I can get my hands on.
Since Google Adsense is my main source of income, I intend to always find ways to make more money with it. What about you? Do you always find ways to increase your Google Adsense earnings?
A while back, the Adsense team introduced some ways to help increase our Google Adsense earning and one of the ways is “Match Content”.
Increase Your Google Adsense Earnings With Matched Content
If you’re wondering what’s Google Matched content: According to Google, Matched content is a free recommendation tool that offers you a simple way to promote your content to your site visitors. By offering your readers more content that’s relevant to them, you can increase your site’s page views, the time spent on your site, reader loyalty, ad impressions, and ultimately ad revenue.
The Matched Content can help increase your page view by showing your audience related contents. Aside showing related contents to your audience, it increases your ad revenue by placing ads to the related posts.
Although the Google Match content is not for every blogger using the Google Adsense program on their blogs, it is for some certain bloggers who’ve met their requirement to show the Matched Content.
If you’re wondering if your site is eligible to show the Match content, here’s how to know: to be eligible for Matched content, your site must first meet the minimum requirements for traffic volume and number of unique pages.
If you have enough of good traffic and unique pages on your blog, you will be eligible to show the matched content. But how do you know if your site is eligible?
Steps to know if your blog is eligible for Matched Content
- Firstly, sign in to your Google AdSense account if you’ve not done so.
- Click “Settings” found in the left navigation panel.
- Click on “My sites”.
- Under “My sites“, click on “Matched content”.
- In the “Sites” section, check to see if your site is listed.
Do note that if your site is listed, you can place Matched content code on any of your site pages. But if your site is not listed, then it’s not eligible to show Matched content.
If your site is not eligible, someday as long as you keep doing what you’re doing, you will be showing Matched content.
If at least one of your sites is eligible, you’ll see the option to create Matched content units under the “My ads” tab in your account.
This is another way to increase your Adsense earnings. Bloggers using the Matched contents are enjoying the benefit 🙂
On my next post, I will be discussing how to get the code and how to place it to increase your Google Adsense earnings.
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