65% of Google AdSense Publishers Earn $100 or More Per Month

May 8, 2007 - 7:16 am 30 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

adsense-earnings-pie-chart.pngA DigitalPoint Forums thread has one of the largest Google AdSense groups I know of. They are currently running a live poll, where they are asking publishers how much they earn per month, on average. The poll currently has 130 responses and is somewhat representative of the smaller publisher sub group, so I thought I share the results with you. Let me make this clear, this is not a random sample, it is of a specific subgroup of AdSense users, so it is not scientific nor fully representative of the AdSense publisher.

As you can see from the chart, 67% claim they earn a $100 or more per month from Google AdSense. 35% say they earn $500 or more per month. A whopping 23% say they earn over $1,000 per month or more and only about 4% say they earn over $10,000 per month or more with AdSense.

If you have not yet voted, you can at DigitalPoint Forums.

For a larger image of the chart click here.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.


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