Find High Paying (CPC) Google AdSense Keywords in 2022

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

The reason why most people are getting rid of AdSense is because they are making peanuts from their website traffic. I agree that, using AdSense you can’t make as much as money as from other few alternatives. But that doesn’t mean you cannot increase your chances of making more money from AdSense exponentially.

If done right, by targeting the right high paying Google AdSense keywords (high CPC keywords), you can make thousands of dollars every single month in 2022.

This detailed tutorial will help you do just that. To help you increase your AdSense earnings by finding the high paying ads on AdSense. Are you ready? Let’s get started.

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How to find high paying AdSense keywords (High CPC keywords) in 2022

Importance of using long tail keywords

Before talking about doing keyword research with tools like Semrush, Long Tail Pro and Keyword Planner, I want to let you know about the importance of using long tail keywords.

Whenever you want to find high valuable keywords, you need to focus on using the long tail keywords with more than 3 to 4 keywords on it. That way you will increase your chances of getting more traffic and increasing your conversion rates.

Have a look at the following screenshot and you will find out the more long tail keywords you use the better your conversion rates will be.

Short Tail vs Long Tail keywords

Another important thing you need to remember while doing keyword research is to focus on customer centric keywords instead of targeting informative keywords.

For instance, you can make more sales or income by focusing on the consumer centric keywords like “buy iPhone in Delhi” instead of talking about informative keywords like “free iPhone reviews”.

Now, let’s have a look at some of the keywords that bring both Google and the publishers millions of dollars every single month.

Top 10 most expensive keywords (high CPC) in Google AdSense for 2022

Whether you know it or not, 90% of the income generated by Google comes from the advertisers. Ads that are ranging from fitness to entertainment to real estate helps Google to make billions of dollars every single year.

If you are curious about knowing the most highly paid Google AdSense keywords with lots of CPC (Cost Per Click) and global monthly searches in 2022, here are the top 10 keywords.

  1. Insurance (over $50 per CPC) with over 24% of the total Google searches
  2. Loans (over $45 per CPC) with over 13% of the total Google searches
  3. Mortgage (over $47 per CPC) with over 9% of the total Google searches
  4. Attorney (over $47 per CPC) with over 3.5% of the total Google searches
  5. Credit (over $36 per CPC) with over 3.2% of the total Google searches
  6. Lawyer (over $42 per CPC) with over 3% of the total Google searches
  7. Donate (over $42 per CPC) with over 2.5% of the total Google searches
  8. Degree (over $40 per CPC) with over 2.2% of the total Google searches
  9. Hosting (over $32 per CPC) with over 2% of the total Google searches
  10. Claim ((over $45 per CPC)) with over 1.4% of the total Google searches

Quick Note: Don’t EVEN think about rank for the above keywords. They are impossible to rank for in top 10 search results unless you have a million dollar budget for content marketing, SEO and other stuff.

But you can certainly target long tail keywords related to it. For instance, you could target the keywords like “car automobile insurance in Delhi” instead of the highly competitive keyword “insurance”.

Are you getting me?

Let’s now discuss about how you can find profitable keywords really quickly.

For this tutorial, I’m mainly going to use Semrush. Do you know the reason?

Semrush is not only the PERFECT tool for finding highly profitable keywords in any niche but it also helps you analyze a lot of other things such as backlink checking, competitor’s analysis, related keywords information etc.

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