The Fastest Way to Find High Paying ( CPC ) Google AdSense Keywords in 2022

The Fastest Way to Find High Paying ( CPC ) Google AdSense Keywords in 2022

Making money online can be quite hard, especially if you want to monetize your blog solely via ads.

To be a successful Adsense publisher, you need a lot of traffic, but you also need that traffic to engage with the ads displayed on your site.

The AdSense CPC that you get paid will depend on your writing topics.

In the world of blogging, you can either write articles that will compete for clicks that will pay a few cents or be strategic and write content that will deliver the big bucks. If you are serious about making money online with Adsense and building a successful business, I suggest targeting these top-paying keywords and industries. also, I suggest you try Ezoic to automize your ads automatically.

I broke down this post by:

  • Top paying AdSense keyword industries.
  • Types of ads that pay the most
  • Exact long-tail keywords that have insane CPCs
  • 4 Bonuses to make even more money with AdSense

Here are the top 10 highest paid AdSense keywords for 2022 ( by industry/niche)

  1. Insurance $61 CPC
  2. Gas/Electricity $58 CPC
  3. Loans $50 CPC
  4. Mortgage $46 CPC
  5. Attorney $48 cpc
  6. Lawyer $42 cpc
  7. Donate $42 cpc
  8. Conference Call $42 cpc
  9. Degree $40 cpc
  10. Credit $38 cpc

Keep reading to find the exact keyword phrases that you should target.

Why do these Adsense keywords pay so much?

Because the companies behind the ads have a high customer value and can afford to spend a few hundred bucks to acquire a customer, it all boils down to their business economics.

So, how can you profit from this data and rake in thousands of dollars each month?

Let’s run through a hypothetical example.

  1. you notice that insurance-related blogs will carry a high CPC.
  2. then research keywords and find that ” car insurance companies ” pay decently well.
  3. you get to write the best article you can on car insurance companies.
  4. with a fantastic on-page SEO, you can get your blog post high on google rankings.
  5. you get a good amount of high-quality organic traffic to your site and then monetize into more AdSense revenue.

Which AdSense do ads pay the most?

In addition to picking the best niche for AdSense, you also have options for which ad type to show. the options are : 1) text & display 2) matched content 3) in-feed and 4) in-article.

I’ve found higher click-through rates with native in-article ads in my experiments. those ads perform the best on any of my sites.

the in-article ads will naturally blend with your content and display midway through your blog post. like these advertisements because they are contextual and usually receive good clicks.

sidebar ads are not as good since we are already trained to tune them out. you can also try matched content if you want to promote another content.

Pro tip: use auto ads by google

AdSense auto ads take advantage of machine learning and place themselves automatically on your site, where google thinks they will perform well. Google has been testing the auto ads feature for everyone. since google has millions ( early march 2021 ) released this feature to everyone.

Since Google has millions ( if not billions ) of sites to test, they will most likely be better than you or me when figuring out the right type and placement of the ads. the only downside of this is that you won’t control how many ads are shown or placed, which might annoy you if you are picky.

sign in to your AdSense account.

in the left navigation panel, click my ads.

click auto ads.

on the choose, your global setting page, use the controls to select the ad formats that you’d like to show.

leave automatically get new chosen designs if you want AdSense to automatically add new ad formats to your global settings as they become available.

click save.

on the place code on your page click copy code.

past the ad code between the <head> and </head> tags, if you’re not sure how to do this, see google’s code implementation guide.

Bonus keyword industries/Niches

here are other high-paying keywords that you can target in your blog posts.

  1. treatment $41 CPC
  2. software $39 CPC
  3. classes $36 CPC
  4. recovery $34 CPC
  5. trading $33 CPC
  6. rehab $33 CPC
  7. hosting $31 CPC
  8. transfer $29 CPC
  9. cord blood $27 CPC
  10. claim $25 CPC

Don’t forget about the bonuses at the end, where I show you how to find the best keywords.

which exact keywords pay the most CPC on AdSense?

semrush did an excellent study on some of the best keywords by country here. if you are looking for exact top-paying keywords such as mesothelioma, which pays $1000+ per click, you can check out the list compiled of 1M+ AdSense keywords by grepwords. for instance, they reported the ultimate top playing keyword “mesothelioma survival rates” at $1006.56 per click. here are a few of my favorite top paid keywords per industry found through semrush ( data for 2017,2018 and 2019, 2020 )

Mesothelioma keywords by CPC.

mesothelioma is a type of cancer that lines the lungs, stomach, heart, and other organs, and unfortunately, can’t be cured. nevertheless, treatment can help reduce the plain. people that contacted mesothelioma did so at their jobs, so that is why you see searches like “mesothelioma attorneys,” “mesothelioma law firms,” and “mesothelioma compensation.”

this is a very competitive keyword set, so I suggest you look for other industries unless you can outrank WebMD and mayo clinic.

The Fastest Way to Find High Paying ( CPC ) Google AdSense Keywords in 2022

*Competition of 1 means highly competitive.

top paying keywords for lawyer niche

being a lawyer must be excellent. you get to dress in a suit ( which I love ), and you also get to afford to spend exorbitant amounts of money for website traffic. not too shabby.

The Fastest Way to Find High Paying ( CPC ) Google AdSense Keywords in 2022

Doctors keywords CPC AdSense.

In this list, you will find a mix of people looking for physicians and people for a ph.D. program.

Doctors keywords CPC AdSense.

best attorney AdSense keywords.

I thought attorneys and lawyers were the same. guess I was wrong. here are other keywords pertaining to attorneys.

best attorney AdSense keywords.

Educational keywords and CPC.

Educational keywords and CPC.

Bitcoin CPC AdSense keywords.

I threw this one in because the crypto space is just so hot right now. these keywords an article roundup, but I expect their cost per click to rise in the coming years.

Bitcoin CPC AdSense keywords.

Top paying insurance-related AdSense keywords.

indeed, the insurance companies make a killing from those outrageous premiums they charge us. otherwise, how could they afford all those tv commercials and this crazy spending on AdWords? if you are in the insurance blogging space, kudos to you. you’ve picked a winner.

Top paying insurance-related AdSense keywords.

Best Digital Marketing / SEO AdSense keywords

if you are a regular reader of my blog, you are most likely interested in all things online marketing / SEO, so this list is for you.

Best Digital Marketing / SEO AdSense keywords

Best Digital Marketing / SEO AdSense keywords

Keywords to target if you are in the ‘ software for fitness ‘ niche

Keywords to target if you are in the ' software for fitness ' niche

Bonus #1: target these countries if you want to earn 10x more

if you look at this chart, you will notice that most countries are first-world countries. how do you target a particular country in your blog? the easiest way is to blog in their native language. your blog must be in English to get visitors from Canada, the UK, or Australia. similarly, write in german if you are looking for people from Deutschland.

you may also change your targeting settings under the console.

Bonus #2: unlock even more revenue by blocking low CPC ads

as a publisher, you have a good amount of control over which ad categories you want to show on your site. if you are trying to raise the CPC, rpm, or CPM of your AdSense ads, I suggest you look at your ad performance and start blocking categories that are not paying well.

here’s how you can do that.

  • go to AdSense and on the left-hand column, click on ” blocking controls>content>all sites.”
  • Click on “general categories”
  • sort by % earnings ( ascending )
  • in there, you can take a look at which ads are taking a good amount of impressions but generating relatively low earnings.
  • for instance, let’s say the “hobbies games & leisure” category takes 4% of impressions yet makes 0.7% of your revenue; you can try and block it and see if your performance improves.

you may also experiment by blocking specific ad networks. I haven’t personally tried this, but some people claim it works.

a word of caution: didn’t book too many categories ( or ad networks ), or else you will significantly reduce the bid competition and will start driving your revenue down.

pro tip: run optimization experiments

you can always run an experiment ( found under optimization > experiments ) and see if blocking your ads yields more revenue or not.

you can also test if showing 50% of your total ads vs. 100% of ads yields more revenue. Google AdSense experiments typically last for 10-30 days, up to 100 days ( depending on your investigation and traffic). for instance, I am running the experiment of blocking specific categories. as you can see below, I have already started to see some good results ( unfortunately, AdSense policies prevent me from sharing the exact numbers).

Bonus #3: steal your competitor’s lunch ( find which keywords are driving the most revenue to them )

what if you could view which keywords get your competition the most clicks and revenue?

I’ll show you how I do it the process is straightforward and uses semrush. ( 7 -day free trial )

all you have to do is:

  • Find an authority site in your niche. ( for the sake of example, in online marketing, I will use my site )
  • Type that site on the search bar in semrush¬†
  • Scroll to “top organic keywords” and click on “see the full report.”
  • On that report, sort by CPC.
  • Voila, you have a list of potential keywords that you can now use.
  • Rinse and repeat with other sites that you admire.

Once you do this process with 3-5 sites, you will have a good set of keywords that you can target. ( by the way, you can hire someone on Fiverr or freeeup to write quality articles for you, so you don’t have to spend time doing it.

 

Tips for youtube CPC

if you were wondering, the same steps apply if you are looking to grow your earnings on youtube. the same industries, languages, and countries discussed above will also do well on youtube.

to further optimize your youtube earnings, you should also include a thorough description of your video consisting of the high paying keywords you are targeting,

I hope you found this list of high-cost-per-click keywords proper.

I also hope you liked the strategy to find keywords your competitors are getting money from. if you want additional tools to find keywords, head to my SEO tools list.

building a high-grossing blog is a combination of picking a solid niche, doing SEO on your articles, and having fun while at it.

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About Mizanur Rahman

TrickMore.Com Best Tech Website Daily Update I am Md. Mizanur Rahman, I am a professional web developer, and do a variety of things online, from search engine optimization to Google AdSense services, content marketing, and more. Blogging is one of the happiest jobs I've ever had, especially the things I learn and know to share with others. I hope blogging is all about new make-money-online tips, as well as new technology updates, and website issues, SEO topics, and more. Even if you are interested in various things starting from Facebook, youtube then stay connected with us. Thank you.

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