Oct 20 2008

Adsense Ready Wordpress Themes

Some of my websites are strictly for money making, others for fun, and some are just projects. I’ve made a lot of my free samples blogs into money makers.

Lately I’ve had quite a bit of success with Google Adsense, getting payments almost every month now. This month I am expecting to receive $200 in payments. One site has had nice increase in earnings, simply due to the Wordpress theme.

ProSense Wordpress Theme

Prosense Blue Wordpress Theme

Dosh Dosh put together a great list of 18 adsense ready Wordpress themes. At the top of the list (and rightfully so) is Prosense. Dosh Dosh co-designed this theme and it has been great for me.

The theme comes preloaded with Adsense codes, all you need to do is simply change a few numbers to make it ready for you. It’s full of a lot of great features and Adsense is integrated perfectly.

Prosense comes in three different colors. The header is also easy to change and make custom (some themes can be tricky).

The only downside of this theme for me has been using images with it. When you see the images on the main page, it looks good, but with the heavy Adsense on post pages, the images can break up the page.

Earnings Increase

Running the Prosense theme on Its All Free Online has already doubled my earnings. Last month IAFO made $17 on Adsense. Being only halfway through October I’ve already been able to double that ($35) with 100 less visitors, and about 400 less impressions. If traffic and clicks hold the same, I can expect to quadruple my earnings.

So with almost the same amount of traffic, my earnings has doubled due to the Prosense Wordpress theme.

Do you use an Adsense ready wordpress theme?

Download Prosense Here

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9 Comments on this post


  1. MomDot » 5 Google Adsense Tips wrote:

    [...] Location Location Location! Sidebars usually just don’t convert. To get the most with Google Adsense I would suggest putting them inbetween, or actually IN your posts. As people are reading your content they will also see the ads. In the sidebar, its less likely to get clicks. For those with their own self hosted Wordpress, you can read my post about Adsense Ready Wordpress Themes. [...]

    October 23rd, 2008 at 7:43 pm
  1. Ice Rabia said:

    Great article post. I have been wondering how to get those kinds of ad sense positioning in my blog. I am a newbie in the blogging field and somehow have made a blog and placed a girly template on it instead. Thanks for posting this article. Now I am changing my blogs template and somehow hope to have increase in my ad sense earnings.

    October 20th, 2008 at 8:48 pm
  2. CubeWarrior said:

    I’m putting together a new blog that will geared away from depending on adsense, but this theme style will definitely play into my “any money from adsense is appreciated” thought process.

    CubeWarriors last blog post..Time and Effort vs. Results Based Economy

    October 21st, 2008 at 9:45 am
  3. Bob Caine said:

    Thanks for the great post. I am fairly new to blogging and need all the advice I can get. I am definitely going to look into these themes

    October 21st, 2008 at 12:08 pm
  4. Matthew Henrickson said:

    glad you all liked the post. The theme has definitely helped with my adsense earnings. I will be posting a few other tips I’ve learned that has not only helped my adsense earnings, but overall earnings

    October 21st, 2008 at 12:23 pm
  5. AffiliateObsession said:

    Good job with adsense and the new template at IAFO. I used the prosense on sukosaki back in the day, but got sick of the colors.

    They are nice themes though, I currently have the blue prosense on my http://www.dailyhairtips.com blog.

    AffiliateObsessions last blog post..Text Links vs Banner Ads for Offer Promotion

    October 22nd, 2008 at 10:21 pm
  6. Freddie said:

    Wow! Running prosense doubled your adsense earnings. That is pretty serious. I just may have to look into this one for some of my niche sites. It sounds bigger than it is, but I am coming along. Going to make a name for myself in these waters of MMO.

    Thank you.

    Freddies last blog post..Using the SWOT Analysis for Bloggers

    October 22nd, 2008 at 10:50 pm
  7. Minnesota Attorney said:

    I’ve used this theme before and really liked it. It’s clean and professional. Also, the fact that the ads are in the middle column probably increases the number of clicks.

    October 27th, 2008 at 10:01 am
  8. Jay @ work at home said:

    I still use them for my websites. I’m surprised others are still using them too. I guess some old things never die out.

    August 15th, 2009 at 4:58 pm


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