World’s Top 10 Google Adsense Earners of 2019
Today, earning money online is quite an easy job. The internet is filled with “how to’s”, guiding and informing us of the various ways we can make money online. Sounds easy? But wait before you leap with joy. You still need the basics of being successful – hard work, hard work and more hard work. Meaning, you must be consistent in your efforts, along with the requisite skill. Also, you must do intelligent hard work. Herein comes Google Adsense, through which anyone can earn money. Without deviating from the topic, let’s talk about the highest earners of Adsense. Every year the list of top 10 Adsense earners changes. So, I’m going to give you the 2019 top 10 Adsense earners in the world. The rankings of the highest earners have been finalized after in-depth research. Money earned per month and Alexa Rank may vary with other researchers, but our list is one of the most trusted.
There is a commonality among us bloggers. Majority of us start blogging to make money, but we lack in vision and passion. One fine day we create a blog and just start writing articles without even bothering about quality. We churn volumes of articles, which sadly are low in quality, and fail to take off. Google Adsense can help you earn money online through blogs and YouTube videos, provided you have a vision and passion to achieve your goal through consistent hard work.
Not all of us know of Google Adsense. So, I feel it’s my duty to enlighten you about Google Adsense, and how it can be used by bloggers and YouTubers to make money.
What Is Google Adsense?
Google Adsense is among the best ways of making money online. Do you write high-quality helpful content for your blog or website? Does your blog meet the policy standards of Adsense? Then Google Adsense is just what you need to make money from your blogging site.
Google AdSense is a leading advertisement program designed to monetize your online content. If the content in your blog is of high quality, send an application to Google for enrolling into the Adsense program. Google will approve your application based on their eligibility policy. Those who qualify are paid on the PPC (Pay Per Click) policy of Google Adsense. PPC means you earn based on the number of clicks by visitors.
Here I must warn you about a few common mistakes committed by new members of Adsense. In their greed to earn money quickly (I was one such offender) they resort to illegal clicking, i.e. clicking on Ads in their own website/blog. Avoid this mistake as Google will reject your domain, and once rejected your domain will never be approved again.
In case you do not get an approval for your Adsense account, you can opt for other such Ad program. Media.net is a good alternative, but it pays based on the number of views only. Chitika, Infolink and BuySellAds are the other competitors of Google Adsense.
Applying for Google Adsense?
The first requirement for a Google Adsense account is to have a blog or website. Create one, if you don’t have it. Choose Blogger or WordPress to write your first blog. If you don’t want to spend in the beginning, then choose Blogger.
Publish only good quality content in your blog. The articles you write must be exclusive and of high standards. Before you decide to apply for an Adsense account make sure you have published over 50 articles. Click on “Adsense Application Submission Process” for Google Adsense account and fill the application form. Google will respond to your application at the email address you filled in the form. After getting approval from Google, you can login to your Adsense account to start creating and managing your Ads. Adsense will monetize your blogs and you will start earning. Sometimes Ads take few seconds to show up on your blog. So, there is no reason to panic.
Top 10 Google Adsense Earners of 2019
We have ranked the highest earners of Adsense and added other details like registered website, blog category, earning per month, daily page views, daily unique visitors, Alexa rank and page rank.
- Pete Cashmore
In 2005, Pete Cashmore created the blog ‘Mashable’ at the young age of 19. At that time, the Founder & CEO of the most popular blog lived in Banchory, a town in North Scotland. Little did he know that his hobby Mashable would one day become the most popular blog site. To make it a successful blog he worked very hard and didn’t even join University.
The blog was a discrete project that even his parents were unaware of. He dedicated himself completely to writing and publishing articles on Mashable. Writing was his only engagement. Today he is in the top earner’s list, a place reached after years of hard work.
Website: www.mashable.com (Registered in 2005)
Blog category: Technology
Daily page views: 37,320,000
Daily unique visitors: 4,160,000
Alexa rank: 1,420 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page rank: 6
- Courtney Rosen
Courtney Rosen created eHow.com in 1999. One of the most popular websites in the world has loads of published articles and over 170,000 videos. Her videos provide step by step guidance to do stuffs. Since its inception till today, eHow has become a popular site with huge opportunity to enhance networking links.
Website: www.ehow.com (Registered in 1999)
Blog category: How to’s tutorials about different stuff
Daily page views: 31,400,000
Daily unique visitors: 3,950,000
Alexa rank: 10,418 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page rank: 6
- Shawn Hogan
Founder and CEO of Digital Point Solutions. Shawn Hogan started the website in 1999. He continues to run the website providing valuable information. Web developers, bloggers and online marketers are the primary beneficiaries of Digital Point Solutions as it has extensive content on topics like blogging, web developing, Internet marketing, SEO, and more. Bloggers, are you paying attention?
Website: https://www.digitalpoint.com/ (Registered in 1999)
Blog category: Blogging, Marketing, SEO guide etc.
Daily page views: 27,350,000
Daily unique visitors: 3,440,000
Alexa rank: 30,829 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page rank: 6
- Kevin Rose
Kevin Rose is the founder of social news site digg.com. The internet entrepreneur served at TechTV’s The Screen Savers in the capacity of production assistant and co-host. Rose was associated with Google Ventures from 2012 to 2014 as a venture partner. Currently he is a board member of the Tony Hawk Foundation. In the early years of his career, Rose also worked for two dotcom start-ups through CMGI. Born in Redding, California, Rose lived in Oregon before his family moved to his childhood home in Las Vegas, Nevada. He joined the Boy Scouts of America and became an Eagle Scout. In 1992, Rose went to Southeast Career and Technical Academy in Las Vegas for high school. He joined the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, to study computer science, but dropped out in 1998.
Website: www.digg.com (Registered in 2003)
Blog Category: Sharing contents
Daily Page Views: 25,300,000
Daily Unique Visitors: 3,115,000
Alexa Rank: 2158 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page Rank: 7
- Markus Frind
Markus Frind is the CEO and Founder of PlentyofFish, the biggest dating website in the world. The German internet entrepreneur founded the website in 2003. From 2003 to 2014, the revenue of PlentyofFish was over 100 million US dollars. The company operated with only 75 employees, who were hardworking and expert programmers, computer network professionals and customer service representatives. On July 14, 2015, Frind sold the dating service to The Match Group for $575 million.
Website: www.pof.com (Registered in 2003)
Blog Category: Online dating
Daily Page Views: 19,700,000
Daily Unique Visitors: 2,200,000
Alexa Rank: 1110 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page Rank: 5
- Michael Arrington
Michael Arrington is the founder and former co-editor of TechCrunch, a blog site covering technology start-up companies in Silicon Valley and the wider technology field in US and elsewhere. The American entrepreneur co-founded CrunchFund, after leading TechCrunch’s acquisition by AOL. Arrington was a good venture capitalist and his investments include Uber, Airbnb and Pinterest.
Born in Huntington Beach, California, young Arrington spent the early years of his life in Huntington Beach, California and Surrey, England. He joined the University of California, Berkeley and graduated from Claremont McKenna College, majoring in economics. He graduated from Stanford Law School in 1995. Michael Arrington practiced corporate and securities law at O’Melveny & Myers, and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.
He wanted to do something different in life, so left his law practice and started Techcrunch, which went on to become the most popular technology site in the world.
Website: www.techcrunch.com (Registered in 2011)
Blog Category: Technology
Daily Page Views: 16,500,000
Daily Unique Visitors: 2,005,000
Alexa Rank: 945 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page Rank: 8
- Jack Herrick
Jack Herrick is the Founder CEO of wikiHow. The American entrepreneur has several entrepreneurial ventures to his name, including wikiHow, eHow, Luminescent Technologies and BigTray. wikiHow was started in January 2005 as a “How to’s” (tutorials and guide) site for everything, just like eHow. By December 2009, wikiHow had been read by 20 million visitors per month, which was a big achievement. Soon after, the wikiHow became a tutorials site for the World Wide people. wikiHow has millions of users and provides useful guide to viewers on everything, including technology, food, science and more.
Website: www.wikihow.com (Registered in 2005)
Blog Category: How to’s tutorials
Daily Page Views: 12,000,000
Daily Unique Visitors: 1,950,000
Alexa Rank: 180 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page Rank: 6
- Perez Hilton
Perez Hilton is an American celebrity gossip blogger, columnist and media personality. Born as Mario Armando Lavandeira, Jr, he took up the professional name Perez Hilton. His blog, PerezHilton.com is well known for gossip posts about celebrities and their life. He was born in Miami, Florida and grew up in Little Havana and Westchester, Florida. Hilton attended Belen Jesuit Preparatory School in Miami, a Catholic school only for boys. He graduated in 1996 and went to New York University on a scholarship.
He began his professional career as an actor after graduation. But he faced a lot of problems in his career and decided to start blogging. He found blogging easy and became a successful blogger.
Website: www.perezhilton.com (Registered in 2005)
Blog Category: Celebrities activities
Daily Page Views: 10,500,000
Daily Unique Visitors: 1,700,000
Alexa Rank: 8871 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page Rank: none
- Jeremy Schoemaker
Jeremy Schoemaker is the founder of ShoeMoney media. The web entrepreneur is a regular speaker at search engine marketing events and associated conferences. Born in May 31, 1974 Schoemaker pursued his education at his hometown. His first business involved making Macintosh gaming sites, which Schoemaker founded while studying at Western Illinois University. In 2003, he started ShoeMoney, a blog about how to make a living from the Internet, which included direct ad sales and affiliate marketing. Search Engine Journal named ShoeMoney the Best Affiliate Marketing Blog of 2006. In 2010, Schoemaker was named as the “Most Influential Person on the Internet” by Fast Company’s magazine.
Website: www.shoemoney.com (Registered in 2003)
Blog Category: Skills to pay the bills
Daily Page Views: 700,000
Daily Unique Visitors: 900,000
Alexa Rank: 312,931 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page Rank: 6
- Amit Agarwal
Amit Agarwal is the founder of Digital Inspiration, the top technology website in the world. The Indian blogger started his career as a software engineer. After graduating as a software engineer, he started working with ADP. But left the job due to some issues and started Digital Inspiration, a technology blog, in 2004. Within a short time, he became a popular blogger and is the first professional technology blogger from India.
Website: www.labnol.org (Registered in 2005)
Blog Category: Technology
Daily Page Views: 500,000
Daily Unique Visitors: 270,000
Alexa Rank: 13,024 (Alexa rank is not fixed)
Page Rank: 6
The above individuals earned a spot in the top 10 highest Google Adsense earners’ list for their passion, hard work and dedication. As bloggers, people consistently face problems and downfalls. Only those who keep working relentlessly succeed in the blogging career.