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Tutorial: Using AdsBlacklist to increase your Adsense eCPM

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A few weeks ago I ran a little test to see if using Adsblacklist can actually increase your earnings, and it does work!  One or two of you have contacted me saying you are unsure how to actually use this website, so I thought I would create a quick tutorial on how you actually use it.

If you haven’t already signed up to Adsblacklist do the following:

  1. Firstly goto Adsblacklist and register an account.
  2. Once you have registered click on My Account.
  3. Now click Add New Domain and add your domains

If you have already signed up and added your domains then you need to generate a list of poor quality sites:

  1. Goto Generate Filter List
  2. Drag and select the domains you display Adsense on to the box on the right
  3. Select MFA (Made for Adsense) and LCPC (Low Cost Per Click)
  4. Click generate!

Now we have a list of sites that notoriously pay low for Adsense clicks we now need to add this to

  1. Goto your Adsense account
  2. Click Adsense Setup then Competetive ad filter
  3. Paste the list generated from AdsBlacklist into this page and then Save

Now over the next day or so the advertised sites will be blocked from showing on your site and hopefully you will see an increase in earnings.  Please let me know if anyone uses this and sees an improvement!

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  1. May 15th, 2009 at 19:28 | #1

    Nice straight to the point guide. The embarassing thing is when I went to sign up for AdsBlackList I already had an account with a couple of domains registered. Another of those things I’ve tried online and completely forgot about following up :)

  2. June 2nd, 2009 at 11:46 | #2

    @Paul B
    The amount of times I do stuff like that is incredible. I just need someone to remind me constantly of things I’ve done and need to do!

  3. Rakesh
    August 7th, 2010 at 11:21 | #3

    Good post. But i am not able to generate the list. After creating and logging into the site, i didn’t found the my account page. I registered for a free account. Please guide me.

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