If you operate a website or upload videos to YouTube, then you have most likely become familiar with Google Adsense.

There are several ways to monetise the traffic to your website, and the majority of them involve marketing third-party goods or services to your website's users.

Today, there are various advertising systems that might help you make money, but Google AdSense is the most well-known.

Google's advertising program was launched in mid2003 by Google and is currently the most popular advertising program on the Internet.

It provides a good opportunity for webmasters and site owners to monetize their traffic — every year, Google pays over $10 billion to its publishers.

Advantages of Google AdSense

-A huge number of publishers and advertisers. -High level of security, safety and transparency for both advertisers and publishers.

-Variety of ad formats. As a publisher, you can test different ad formats to see which earn the most.

How Does AdSense Work?

The whole process is quite simple. Create an AdSense account, then add a tiny piece of code to your website pages.

Google will display targeted ads on your page that are either relevant to the content of your website or to users’ previous searches, based on its proprietary algorithms.

Google AdSense operates on a revenue-sharing and cost-per-click model. As a result, getting as many clicks on those adverts as you can will be your primary objective.

Tip - Do not artificially enhance Google's clicks. Never encourage website users to click adverts, and never click your own.

Google's click fraud technology is accurate and complex. It may suspend your account if it finds suspicious activity on your website or doubts the quality of your traffic and clicks.

How Much Can You Earn With AdSense?

Google bills marketers for each ad click. Publishers receive 68% of the clicks (or 51 percent when it comes to AdSense for search).

The level of competition and CPC in the niche have a big impact on the commission you receive. The fee per click might actually range from $0.20 to $15 in real life.