AdSense Niches

Want honest information about high paying keywords? If you want to make money with Adsense, NicheGeek's free AdSense niches will show you exactly what niche you need to be in if you want to make 20, 30, 50, 70 cents per click or even more.

AdSense Niches - Speed Reading And Living Trust

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Mon, 2007-12-03 11:14.
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$0.60-$0.70

Speed Reading

Speed Reading niche has been a good performer for me. The cool thing about it is that you can make good money on AdSense AND affiliate products. Speed reading courses and products are fairly expensive and commissions are generous.

$0.80-$1.05

Living Trust

AdSense Niches - Refurbished Laptops And Home Business

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Mon, 2007-11-26 11:14.
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$0.40-$0.65

Refurbished laptops.

Did you know that margins on refurbished laptops are a lot higher than on new ones. Every time a shop or a website sells you a laptop, they make 50-100
dollar profit. Even on notebooks that cost $3000. Refurbished laptops, on the other hand, are 30% profit. I’ve never been able to make the laptop niche
work for me due to have MFA and traffic arbitrage activity, but refurbished laptops are making some major bucks for me right now. I also find that

AdSense Niches - Forex Trading And Green Card Lottery

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Mon, 2007-11-19 10:03.
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$0.40-$0.70

Forex trading

It’s my second attempt to make Forex niche work for me. Forex is EXTREMELY profitable niche, but there are some many MFA sites and so much arbitrage
going on, that it takes a lot of work to make the niche work. You’ll need to block a lot of low paying advertisers and pick ad subniche that’s MFA-free.
What worked for me was forex trading systems.


$0.40-$0.50

Green card, US green card, green card lottery.

This is a new niche for me, but it performs rather well so far.

Pay What You Want Restaurant Craze

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2007-11-14 11:33.
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After featuring Paste magazine's pay-what-you-want subscriptions last month, one of our Springspotters alerted us to a restaurant in Vienna where diners decide how much they'd like to pay. Located on the Liechtensteinstraße, Der Wiener Deewan serves five different Pakistani curries daily, three of which are vegetarian.

AdSense Niches - Fax Software, Gift Basket, Genital Warts

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2007-11-13 09:23.
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$0.35-$0.50

Fax Software, PC Fax Software, Fax Service, Email Fax, etc.

I don’t normally add niches that pay “only” 35 cents per click, but Fax Software is an exception I am all to happy to share. The reason for that is that
this niche has extraordinary high CTR, at least on my sites. My guess is that people who look for fax software click-happy.

$0.50-$0.60

Gift Basket

This is an incredibly profitable niche if you know how to play it. The tree best gift basket niches that work for me are baby gift baskets, corporate

AdSense Superstars - Who Makes Most Money With AdSense

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Sun, 2007-03-25 09:07.
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Idea of the day - Coupons For Godaddy

The following is a list of the Internet’s eight biggest Google AdSense publishers. The information was compiled from interviews and articles found on the Internet. Whenever possible, I list the source of the information.

AdSense Bid Gap Or Why You Should Never Display All Ad Units Google Allows On One Page

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Sat, 2007-03-17 07:10.
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Free Marketing Videos - SEO, Affiliate Marketing And Social Networks

Google allows up to three AdSense ad units (plus one adlink and one Google search box) on a website at any one time. In most cases, it is best to run the maximum three - the more ads you show, the higher the chance it will catch a reader’s eye. However, there are times when having less ads could make you more money. This is caused by something known as the Google Bid Gap.

What Is The Bid Gap

The bid gap is the difference in price between the Google ads. The top spot always cost the most, with each lower position costing less and less. The gaps between the top four bids are normally very close. However, once you get pass that, the gap can widen substantially. For example, the bids on a high paying keyword might be $5.00, $4.99, $4.98 and $4.97 for the top 4 spots, and then 10 cents for the fifth spot. There is only a 1-cent gap between positions 1-4 but a $4.87 gap between positions 4-5.

Adsense - Let's Get Real

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Fri, 2007-02-02 12:42.
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There are many sites you can visit on the internet which tell you how much money they are making using Google Adsense. They even show you some screenshots of their earnings.

Is it just me, or does there seem to be something odd in all of this? If you were making thousands or tens of thousands of dollars every month, would you start selling an ebook for $47 telling other people how to do it? Would you just get bored with making all of that money and give it up in order to sell your secret for a few dollars?!

I am not saying that it is impossible to make a huge amount of money with Adsense. What I am saying, is that it is not easy. There is no get-rich-quick scheme. However, if you do put the work in and follow some basic rules, then there is a great chance to earn some serious money.

Domain Names, LendingTee.Com and others - **** Niche

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Fri, 2007-01-26 14:59.
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The dirty little secret nobody is sharing with you (except me) is that some advertisers bid not on keywords but on domain names. There a few of these domain names, like LendingTree.Com can fetch up to a dollar per click. No kidding.

What’s the secret to profitable domain names, like LendingTree? These are very well known companies operating in profitable niches, like home loans for LendingTree.Com. Want more examples?

Eloan.Com (as well as Loan.Com). These two are from the same niche as LendingTree.Com, but not as profitable. FreeCreditReport.Com has multiple high bidders. So does CreditCard.Com. And OmahaSteaks.Com

Dog Fleas and Flea Collar - *** Niche

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Fri, 2007-01-12 14:11.
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I want to point out that when you take a mundane, boring, low profit niche, like “dogs”, with a little research and luck you can discover pretty decent smaller niches inside the big low profit niche.

For example, dog flea control. When your dog gets fleas, you’ll pay any money to get rid of fleas (electronic flea collars can be pretty expensive). When a person searches for flea medication or flea treatment, you can be sure that they are in a buying mood.

With a little testing, you can fairly easily figure out what keywords perform best in this niche – flea collar, flea medication, flea treatment or flea shampoo.

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