How to Find High Paying Keyword for Adsense

Google adsense has been a blessing to successful bloggers and at the same time a curse to many. If you are using Google adsense in your blog as a monetizing method, then you must be practically aware of Google Adsense high paying keywords. Every keyword is not paying the same amount for each clicks. And as a result, it’s  extremely profitable  and wise to find and insert high paying keywords in your blog or posts. With that been said, this post  will show you vividly how to find high paying keywords for adsense.
Without any doubt, Google Keyword planner is one the most widely used free tool that can be use for this purpose. Oh yes! Google keyword tool. It’s a free product for adsense users. Google keyword tool is not designed for publishers like us, it’s designed for advertisers who are looking to advertise through Google adwords. But, as publishers and bloggers we can utilize this product to find the high paying keyword for Adsense.
Ok, lets go with an example.
Take for instance, if your next article is about “Webhosting”,  all you have to do is go to Google keyword tools and enter the keyword phrase.
Find High Paying Keyword for Adsense
Most importantly, you will see some filter options under Advanced options.
Once you press the Search button, it will list out  the keywords related to search term. The fields are easy to understand.
If you still can’t find the very suitable keyword for ‘Webhosting’, this can be filtered by Match Types in left side.
Find High Paying Keyword for Adsense
Remove the ‘Board’ type and select either Exact or Phrase.
‘Exact’ will bring the more relevant keyword for your search term.
“Phrase” will bring the same search term text in keywords.
But, we are here to get the high paying keyword related to ‘Webhosting’, so first do not not change any filter types under Match Types.
The first result screen in Google keyword tool doesn’t show the Estimated Avg CPC ( which decides the value of keyword), we have to enable this column by doing following steps.
Click on columns in right side of menu bar and select the Estimated Avg CPC.

What is Estimated Avg CPC?

As earlier explained, this tool is for advertisers. If I’m a advertiser and want to advertise my product or service through Google adwords, then I have to select some keyword for each ad slots.
For example if my main keyword for this ad campaign is ‘webhosting’, then I  have to bid (pay) more than Estimated Avg CPC for ‘webhosting’ keyword for a click to beat the competitors.  So, my ads will be displayed in Google’s first search result (Search results related to webhosting), top blogs and blog posts related to ‘webhosting’.
So, obviously high Estimated Avg CPC means, high pay out for publishers also if we get the correct ads.
Now click on Estimated Avg CPC column to sort the filed.
final result
Here you have to understand something clearly and select the correct keyword.


Talking about competition? OK!  Dear friend/reader this is not for us, what this practically implies is the competition existing between advertisers, showing that there are more advertisers bidding and advertising on that particular  keyword.
If you want to find the competition for specific keyword as a blogger, then just simply type this keyword in Google and see the number of search results found.
The arrow mark I showed next to Competition column will give more ideas on this keyword about trend and history from Google Insights. It’s another handy tool for bloggers to find out the good keyword and niche for a blog or post.

Global and Local Searches

This should be considered too. If you target only high paying keyword but no one is searching that, then its pointless and you can’t make any money from adsense.
You should be very smart to select the correct high paying keyword. If you select the high searched keyword, then it will have more competition. Getting in to Google’s first page for this keyword is not at all an easy task.
In this example, I would prefer to write about ‘ Top web hosting’. Its having high paying keyword with good search history.
But unfortunately, its having more competition with 140,000,000 results (as of today). so I don’t think I can beat them.
search result
In this case, I follow my own way to utilize this high paying keyword to monetize my blog posts with adsense.
I will write that technique in coming days.
Feel free to drop your comments and suggestion about these steps.
Are you using Google keyword tool for your daily blogging activity? and how much do you trust this free service?

Johnson ofonimeh

Chemist,Science and Tech blogger. Research enthusiast and chief defender.Blogging is fun and sharing knowledge makes true happiness valid. Have fun while your here.

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