AdSense Arbitrage: Everything you need to know

If you are a publisher on almost every platform, you must have heard of the term “arbitrage”. Our concern here is to break down AdSense Arbitrage to the most basic level. However, it is a good idea to have a general understanding of the term arbitrage on its own.

So, what is arbitrage?

In the simplest sense, arbitrage describes the process of buying and selling simultaneously, and this takes place in two different markets. In other words, you buy from one market to sell in another different market. This process takes place side by side.

Think of arbitrage as a way of finding a loophole in the market to make a profit. Let’s take for instance. Imagine that you can buy a commodity for $1 in one market, and sell it for $2 in another nearby market. When you do this, you are taking advantage of the price difference to make a profit with minimal risk.

Hence, you can make money by capitalizing on price differences between two market settings.

Having explored the fundamentals of arbitrage, let’s consider looking closely at AdSense Arbitrage.

What is Google AdSense Arbitrage?

In layman’s terms, Google AdSense Arbitrage is the act of using paid traffic to increase your website traffic and ultimately AdSense earnings.

You get that right?

Remember our discussion from the earlier definition of arbitrage? Sure, you do.

Google AdSense arbitrage entails buying cheap traffic from other sources and sending the traffic to your blog or website.

Ordinarily, bloggers solely depend on organic traffic. Organic traffic is the traffic that comes from sources like search engines, social media, and direct landings on the blog. However, these sources tend to offer lower opportunities for bloggers compared to what AdSense arbitrage offers.

Let’s use the breakdown below to make some assumptions.

Assuming your site is earning, for instance, $200 monthly on AdSense using organic traffic. That same site will give you between $3,000 to $15,000 if you apply Google Arbitrage techniques. Note, however, that the earnings would depend on how much money you put into advertisements and the content of your website or blog.

Hence, you should expect approximately 4x times your advert budget or spending, as a beginner. Professionals and seasoned hands in the arbitrage game can make up to 12x or more on their ads spending.

Google AdSense Arbitrage Requirements

No doubt, you must be asking yourself what you need to run AdSense arbitrage. Don’t worry; the requirements are simple.

Here is a list of what is required:

  1. You must have a website or a blog.
  2. You must have a Google AdSense account. If you don’t have an AdSense account, you may decide to buy one. The current price of an AdSense account is within the range of N300,000 to as high as N1,500,000.
  3. You must know the niche and content type to be promoted.
  4. You must have an advertising budget. This is the main catch. The more money you put into your advert, the more your expected earnings. So, you’ll need at least N1,500,000 as an advert budget.

Risks Involved in AdSense Arbitrage

Of course, there are risks associated with running AdSense arbitrage on your blog or website.

The main risk involved in this arbitrage game is that your advertising spending may sometimes not exceed the revenue generated from AdSense clicks. In this, you are losing money. Recall that AdSense revenue depends on the number of clicks or impressions your ads receive. This means that if your advertising spending is more than your earnings from those clicks, you are on the bad side of the business.

In addition, you stand the risk of violating Google AdSense policies. If your AdSense arbitrage strategy involves deceptive practices or low-quality content, your AdSense account may end up getting suspended or even terminated.

Furthermore, there may be some additional layers of uncertainty to the strategy. For instance, there can be fluctuations in advertising costs. Also, Google may decide to make updates to their algorithms. A shift in user behavior can also affect the level of earnings from your AdSense arbitrage strategy.

Then, we have other risks resulting in some clicks not counting. And if you don’t know what you’re doing, you’ll experience earnings reduction on your Google AdSense account.

Why some bloggers are now into ADX

If you are following the current trends in the industry, you’ll observe that some people are now venturing into Google Ad Exchange (ADX). There are several reasons for this shift.

Here are some reasons why some guys are now venturing into ADX:

  1. Higher Revenue Potential: ADX often offers higher revenue potential compared to traditional Google AdSense. This is because it allows publishers to access a larger pool of advertisers and potentially higher bids for ad placements.
  2. Access to Premium Advertisers: ADX provides access to premium advertisers and ad networks. By so doing, ADX can result in higher-quality ads and potentially higher earnings for publishers.
  3. Advanced Targeting Options: You will be able to target specific audience segments more precisely. This is made possible by the advanced targeting options that ADX offers. The result is a magical increase in ad relevance and higher click-through rates.  
  4. Integration with Google Ad Manager: You can easily integrate ADX seamlessly with Google Ad Manager. This feature gives publishers a wide variety of solutions for ad monetization. Some of these solutions include advanced ad serving, tools for optimization, and wonderful reporting features.
  5. Diversification of Revenue Streams:  ADX offers a more diversified revenue source when compared to traditional AdSense ads. In addition, it increases your overall revenue because you no longer rely on a single monetization option.

Ultimately, people are going for ADX for several personal reasons. But guess what, there’s no reason more than the fact that ADX offers the potential to higher earnings.

Also, it is good if you have access to premium advertisers and advanced targeting options. And these are some of the features ADX presents over the traditional Google AdSense.

Take the Next Steps

Google AdSense Arbitrage is not reserved for anybody. You can also join the moving train.

I am offering to mentor 10 to 40 persons who might be interested. This mentorship program is NOT FREE!

Currently, AdSense Arbitrage mentorship programs cost between N400,000 and N5,000,000, depending on the mentor’s popularity.

It is good to note that you are guaranteed a success rate of about 80%, the remaining 20% goes to Google. However, I will keenly advise you not to make the following three mistakes:

  • Don’t sell your house to do arbitrage.
  • Don’t sell your land to do arbitrage
  • Don’t sell your car to do arbitrage

My name is Michael Ekundayo, and I hereby offer myself to mentor interested and serious-minded individuals who want to go into AdSense arbitrage.

For those who may not have time to do everything on their own, we offer a complete package. This special package covers everything from blog design to advertisement and Google AdSense approval.

So, if you are busy and want to earn extra income from blogging, here’s a list of payments you need to make:

  1. Domain Name Registration – $10
  2. Web Hosting – $270 annually
  3. Blog development and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – N40,000
  4. Article writing at N3/word  – N240,000 for 40 well optimized articles
  5. AdSense account approval/Ad Manager approval/ Ad Xchanger Linking (90/10) – N100,000
  6. Meta Advertising  N50,000 minimum daily spending running for 30 days – N1,500,000 to N3,000,000

Note: You will only be required to make payments at each stage of the process.

After all is set, you are guaranteed to start receiving payments from Google AdSense every month.  AdSense payment is made every 21st day of the month, for earnings accrued from the previous month.

So, what’s the bottom line?

You need money to start AdSense Arbitrage. This is why my mentorship is different; I tell you what you need right from the start.

Note that most internet marketing gurus won’t tell you the monetary requirements before you pay for their course, seminar, or eBook.

However, I have outlined everything you need to run a successful arbitrage strategy as well as the capital requirements.

The higher your investment, the higher your returns.

To answer your almost question, let me tell you the cost of my mentorship program.

I am offering everything outlined above for this mentorship program at the cost of N200,000 ONLY. This is the little token you’ll pay for me to guide you all through the process.

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So, it is believed that this post has done justice to your wonders regarding AdSense arbitrage. After going through this post, you should be just a step away from implementing your first arbitrage strategy.

Or, if you’ve been arbitrage without fully being aware of your doings, this article will guide you to become more effective.

If you want to do Adsense Arbitrage and are unsure how to go about it, feel free to join this affordable mentorship program.