Highest Paying Google Adsense Niches

One common FAQ from bloggers is the highest paying Google Adsense niches or keywords. It feels good getting high CPC (Cost Per Click) clicks from google ads. That means you will be able to earn much from less clicks isn’t it? Imagine you are able to get $100 from an average of 100 clicks, meaning each click earns you an average of $1. That is not bad money for a blogger especially from Adsense.

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So many bloggers earn $100 from over 3000 clicks because their websites talk about low paying keywords. If you look at the conversion rate, you realize they are earning less from more which isn’t satisfying enough.

There are hundreds of posts out there highlighting the highest paying Google Adsense keywords. I myself tried following them sometime back but truth is those are just some of the keywords. After doing a deep keyword research analysis using the Google Adwords Keyplanner Tool, i realized there are a lot more high paying keywords hidden in certain categories. More high paying keywords are bid for each and every day that’s why i decided to settle for the highest paying Google Adsense niches and less of keywords. However, keywords from such niches tend to have high CPC.

Which are the highest paying Google Adsense niches

Below i list down the 4 highest paying Google Adsense niches and keywords but remember there are a lot of factors to consider before hoping to earn huge from Adsense clicks. It goes past only writing about high paying keywords.

Read: Factors that Affect Google Adsense CPC
Read: Best ways to Increase Adsense CPC
Read: How to earn over $40 a click from Google Adsense

1 – Mesothelioma: Mesothelioma is still the highest paying Google Adsense keyword. Keywords talking about Mesothelioma Law Suit and Mesothelioma Lawyers are bid for over $100 per click. It’s very possible to earn that or slightly less if most of the clicks that come from your niche website lead into a law suit.

2 – Loans: Loans come in second on the list. Writing about Loans, Car Loans and certain types of loans will also earn you high CPCs.

3 – Insurance: High quality websites that write about insurance have also been reported to earn high CPCs. An advertiser won’t mind paying even $100 a click for a $8000 insurance sale or service.

4 – Domains: If you are not conversant with the three niches above then you can try settling for the domains niche. Keywords like cheap web domains usually earn high CPCs. This is because very many advertisers bid high for them.

The four niches above still provide the highest paying CPC. Writing quality content about those topics will increase your revenue but remember there is no use of earning thousands of dollars at the expense of your readers. Think of your readers first before writing an kind of content for them.

4 Comments

  1. First of all thank you so much for this fantastic article. It’s going to help so much to understand the money making tips for all… The truth is that many people ignore high CPC long tail words and join the masses in competing for seed words that aren’t worth fighting for.

    While blogging, sometimes I also get high click from $10 to $50, Recently I have got $60.40 from 3 clicks, The Avg per click cost is $20.13, and the country is Netherlands, I guess there are some ads like CPA networks which pays $20 per lead for pin submits etc, good news is, my traffic are from 3rdworlds! Lol!

    But I must tell you… Nowadays to get ranking on high CPC keyword is very tough, we have to use only the long tail CPC keywords in our posts, and it will drive more AdSense earnings, you’ll net get this high CPC all the times! But if you want to get high CPC, try to choose high paying niche! E.g., cancer, payday loans, forex, hosting, etc! But if you site about blogging, Adsense money, SEO, etc! Trust me you’ll get crap!

    It is also necessary that traffic should come through organic search only. If I drive traffic of USA and UK through social media to my website on keywords having high CPC then shall I will get the same commission as through organic search or will it differ.

  2. Thank you for a very well written and informative post!

  3. Thanks for the updated information.

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