Show ads to only to the search traffic
Regular visitors or loyal visitors to your blogs are invaluable group of audience and you should take special care to keep them comfortable. Even if you are serving ads on your blogs, it’s a great idea to limit your ads being displayed only to your search engine traffic. Today we will learn how to make that happen!
It’s very less likely that regular visitors will click on your Adsense campaigns as they already are used to your blog’s structure and they can effortlessly distinguish content from advertisements. You can easily control who sees your ads with the help of an amazing plugin called why do work. This plugin also allows you to control the ads by limiting by the post age. For example: you can use the plugin to show adsense ads on posts that are older than 10 days or posts that are older than 5 days etc. This could help keep your blog look clean when new visitors come to your blog.
Placement of Adsense units are critical and the best earning position I have used is right within your blog posts immediately below your post title and it seems to work really well for me. Another option to place the ads would be on the top of the sidebar and below the header. Adsense placement success is measured basically by trial and error methods but the essence of the discussion is that you should be able to retain the loyal visitors to you blog by avoiding serving the ads to them atleast at the initial stages of the blog. A WordPress plugin used to place adsense ads on your website is called Adsense Integrator.
Hope the small tips would help you things in a better way.