There’s no precise answer, because your earnings will depend on a number of factors.
The type of ads appearing on your pages: By displaying ads with AdSense for content, you can display ads that are paid when users click them or when users view them.
All ads compete in an ad auction, and Google system automatically picks advertisers who are willing to pay the most while ensuring a good user experience.
The pricing of ads appearing on your pages: Not all ads are priced the same, so factors such as changing advertiser budgets, your specific content and the ads your users choose to click will cause your earnings to vary even from day to day.
How many AdSense products you use: You can earn from AdSense in many different ways – by displaying ads on your web pages, by providing search to your users, by displaying ads in feeds, and more. Using more AdSense products will increase your potential earnings.
The best way to find out how much you’ll earn is to sign up and start showing ads on your web pages. There’s no cost, no obligation and getting started is quick and easy. Sign up now.
Once you’re a part of Google AdSense, you can see your earnings at any time by signing in and viewing your reports. You’ll be able to see the total number of ad clicks, impressions, click-through rate and your total earnings.
This information will give you an idea of how well the programme is performing for you and how much you can expect to earn over time in the programme.
Google Adsense Revenue Estimate
For displaying Google ads with AdSense for content, publishers receive 68% of the Google ads Adsense revenue recognised by Google in connection with the service.
For AdSense for search, publishers receive 51% of the revenue recognised by Google. These percentages are consistent, regardless of a publisher’s geographic location, and are not in any way averaged between publishers.
Note: Google deosn’t disclose the revenue share for other AdSense products; the revenue share varies for other products due to different costs of developing and supporting these products.
Google believes that its revenue share is extremely competitive. However, revenue shares alone can be misleading, so Google encourages you to focus on the total revenue generated for your site.
For example, if Google’s auction of Adsense ad inventory on your site generates £100, with Google 68% revenue share you’d receive £68 through Google AdSense.
Another ad network might offer an 80% revenue share, but only collect £50 from advertisers, so you would receive £40.
With the vast number of advertisers competing to appear on AdSense sites, Google system ensures that you’re earning the most possible for every ad impression that you receive.
Adsense For Search Adsense
Google AdSense for search lets you offer your users Google web search directly from your pages. By placing an AdSense for search box on your site, you’ll generate earnings from ad clicks made by users on the search results pages.
Note: You won’t, however, receive revenue from user searches through your AdSense for Search box. When your users perform searches on your site, but choose not to click the ads on the search results pages, you will not receive any earnings.