Google AdSense Payment Methods in Pakistan [2017]

Pakistani bloggers and YouTubers have three options available to receive their AdSense payments. I am explaining each method below and you can choose the best option that suits your needs. Here are the currently available payment methods through which you can withdraw your AdSense earnings in Pakistan. 1. Western Union Quick Cash: This payment method is offered by Google for some chosen countries only and Pakistan is one of them. Western Union Quick Cash is the fastest way to collect your AdSense

Continue Reading

Top 10 Google AdSense Alternatives in 2014


Google AdSense has been the best monetization source for well established blogs and websites, but sometimes publishers at certain websites and blogs need to look for any network other than Google AdSense for several reasons. The reasons may be AdSense ban, poor earnings with AdSense or the publisher’s aim to earn some extra cash by showing ads from multiple networks. If you are searching for some good alternatives to Google AdSense, then this list may get you a profitable network

Continue Reading

How to Receive AdSense Earnings via Wire Transfer in India


Google AdSense has completed a cycle of beta testings of wire transfers for Indian publishers. The publishers, who participated the beta testing, showed their great positive response towards this upgrade. Although the upgrade is in its beta stage, still AdSense publishers from India can try this feature for receiving their earnings for the month of February 2014. If you are an Indian AdSense publisher and are interested in trying out the EFT from Google for your earnings, then you need

Continue Reading

How to Get Approved Easily at Google AdSense in 2014


When Google launched its AdSense program back in 2003, it was extremely easy for publishers to get approved into this revenue sharing program. By the passage of time, AdSense grew into a serious business and it became one of the best monetization sources for blogs, websites and viral YouTube channels. Due to its effectiveness, AdSense became the first choice of almost all website and blog owners where the publishers were aiming to generate an income by displaying sponsored ads on

Continue Reading

Google AdSense Best Ad Placement on Blogs and Websites


Webmasters at AdSense blogs and websites are mostly seen frustrated with the poor CTR of their ads which results in poor earning of websites and blogs despite of a well established traffic there. A few months back, I was suffering with the same issue and my ads’ CTR was extremely poor. I contacted several “AdSense gurus” and all recommend me only one thing. Do experiment! Then I started experimenting with ad placements on my blog and now I have succeeded

Continue Reading

How Much Does AdSense Pay Per Click and Per 1000 Impressions


All webmasters dream to see AdSense in action on their websites and blogs. The reason behind this is the attractive and decent earning potential of Google AdSense. Google AdSense is known for its best CPC rates where you can earn from a few cents to several dollars per click. The rates greatly deviate from publisher to publisher and from day to day on same AdSense account. If you are new to Google AdSense and curious to know the answer for

Continue Reading

Google AdSense vs Affiliate Marketing – My Experience


I am with Google AdSense from the early days of my blogging journey and AdSense is generating a steady and solid income for me. Over past few months, I tried to practice affiliate marketing too and got good results despite of the poor efforts which I put in IM. Today I decided to compare the two popular online content monetization ways by thinking that this comparison might help you in understand which one is better for you. Although I am

Continue Reading

Why Google Puts Hold on Your AdSense Account and Payments


Sometimes Google puts hold on your AdSense payments and you aren’t paid even when your earnings reach the minimum payout threshold of $100 in a particular month. Four major reasons result in this and your payments aren’t released unless you fix the issues which cause this hold. I have explained the reasons and fixes below which will help you in releasing your payments if Google has held them for any of below mentioned reasons. Address Verification: When your AdSense earnings

Continue Reading

What Does Net 15, 30, 45 and Net 60 Basis Payment Mean


Ad networks mostly follow a payment schedule and publisher earnings are released according to a particular schedule which is specific for each network. Google AdSense, the most popular PPC network, sends the payments of publishers on net 30 basis and Infolinks has a net 45 payment schedule. There are several ad networks which release payments on net 15 and even on net 7 basis. If you are confused about the terms net 15, net 30, net 45 and net 60,

Continue Reading

Google AdSense Issued Novemer 2013 Payments Earlier


Did you notice that Google has issued payments of AdSense publishers earlier this month? Yes payments for the month of November has been issued earlier than usual this time. Earlier this morning, I noticed in my Google AdSense account that payments have been processed. Usually, I receive my earnings between 26th and 28th of the month and the earnings have been issued earlier for the second time for me (they were issued earlier on last year’s Christmas too). Christmas /

Continue Reading

Ultimate List of Top 10 AdSense Highest Paying Countries


Geographical location is one of the most important factors in defining your blog or website’s earning with Google AdSense. In general, clicks from western countries give you high CPC and good page RPM. In today’s post, I am putting some highly authentic information about 10 highest paying countries which will give you the highest CPC and page RPM. The information, which I am going to share here, is my own experience. I’m not going to mention my earnings as it

Continue Reading

Google Introduces New AdSense Homepage


After redesigning payment section by the end of October 2013, AdSense has introduced a brand new homepage today on November 19, 2013 which has some new cool features. The new interface is one of the biggest upgrades which Google has ever made to its PPC network. Soon after logging into your account, you will be asked by Google either you are interested in upgrading to the new homepage design or not, and you will see the new interface in action

Continue Reading

How to Increase AdSense Earnings by Improving CTR and CPC


If your blog is well optimized for AdSense it can earn you good, and if not, then you will face the most frustrating issue of worst earnings at AdSense despite of having decent traffic. I have experienced this in early days when I was new with AdSense. After reading several articles, by following AdSense recommendations and by doing experiments, I have now optimized AdSense for my blog where its performance is good. I don’t say that I have super-optimized it,

Continue Reading

AdSense Payee Name Editing Enabled Again for Pakistan and India?


It seems that Google has enabled the editing of payee name again for all countries which was disabled for publishers in selected countries including Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. While signing into my AdSense account this evening, I got a notification that AdSense interface has been upgraded. I then navigated through the improved sections of AdSense account and noticed that Payee name in my account was editable. It means that you can now change payee name for your AdSense account once

Continue Reading

AdSense New Interface and Features with Custom Payment Threshold


When I signed into my AdSense account for checking earnings this evening, I got an alert which was informing about the improvements in “Payment” and “Payment Settings” pages of AdSense account interface by Google. I followed the URL suggested for more information and came to know that “Payment” and “Payment Settings” pages have been redesigned. Below changes have been made to some parts of AdSense account interface and almost all accounts have been upgraded to the newest design. “Transaction history”

Continue Reading

Site Footer

Sliding Sidebar