What is AdMob Revenue Calculator?
Google AdMob Revenue Calculator is a free tool that estimates how much your mobile app could earn with AdMob ads.
This App Revenue Calculator calculates your mobile app's daily, monthly, and yearly estimated revenue.
This tool is based on factors such as CPM, CPC, CTR and page views.
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How to use AdMob Revenue Calculator?
This app revenue calculator is easy to use. Before you use the calculator, you need two things:
- Daily Visitors: If you use Google Analytics for tracking, you can see daily visitors in your GA account.
- CPM: You can see CPM or RPM in your AdMob account.
Once you got these metrics, you can use the calculator to calculate the revenue of your mobile app.
Enter the Daily app visitors and CPM in their corresponding input field. Hit Calculate
As you click on the Calculate button, this app will generate a revenue report showing daily, monthly and annual revenue Your mobile app could generate.
What is Google AdMob?
Google AdMob is an ad network for mobile app developers. AdMob allows app developers to make money from their apps by creating ad spaces in their apps and placing AdMob ads there.
AdMob gives value to every single impression on ads. It means you can earn money whether the users click on the ads or watch it.
As Google AdSense is for websites, and AdMob is for mobile apps.
How does AdMob work?
Google AdMob is one of the largest ad networks for Android or iOS app or game monetization. Advertisers come to Google to promote their service to the app users. Google places these ads on mobile apps and shares the revenue with the app developers or owners.
Why use AdMob?
Mobile app developers work harder to make an app and let the users use it for free. They do not charge anything.
As app development costs, similarly app hosting, its maintenance also costs. To bear all these expenses and earn passive income, app developers use services like Google AdMob to monetize their apps.
What is passive income?
Did you know that you can make money without doing anything? It sounds too good to be true, but it's not! There are many ways to make money passively.
Passive income is termed as an income that you earn while sleep. You worked harder first, then the product will keep generating passive income while you sleep, play, or on weekend.
Some examples of passive income are mobile apps, eBooks, online courses, YouTube videos, websites running ads, etc.
AdMob Ad Formats
AdMob delivers the ads in four formats. These four formats are 1. Rewarded, Native, Banner, and Interstitial ads.
- Rewarded Ads: This ad format works better than all other ad formats in terms of making money because users do not skip the ad for a specific time (15 or 30s), and get the bonus or rewards.
- Banner Ads: Banner ads are rectangular and can be used anywhere in the app.
- Native Ads: These ads look like the app content. They are customizable and do not seem like ads. That is why native ads have a high CTR.
- Interstitial Ads: These ads appear when navigating from one screen to another.
How to make money with AdMob?
You may be curious about making money with your app. If you are mobile app developer, you know it takes too much time and efforts to build an app.
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You offer users to use your app for free. If your app is excellent and there are more users than why not making money by monetizing your mobile app traffic.
To start making money with AdMob, you need two things. 1. Mobile app (Android or iOS) and 2. AdMob account.
Create AdMob Account
Go to admob.google.com and click on Get Started or Sign up button to create an AdMob account.
Once you create your AdMob account, you can now create ad units and generate ad code.
You can place the ad codes in the source code of your mobile app.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does AdMob pay for 1,000 ad impressions?
To respond the question, let us see what is CPM.
CPM stands for cost-per-thousand impressions. If you get the CPM of $2, you will make $2 for thousand ad impressions.
What is AdMob revenue formula?
Google AdMob revenue is calculated as CPM x Daily app visitors x page views / 1000