Before talking about AdSense Arbitrage, let's first get to know Arbitrage as a concept on its own...
Arbitrage in summary is buying and selling at the same time but in two different markets.
AdSense Arbitrage relies on purchasing "visitors" by doing ads from a particular platform and selling the same traffic to other advertisers at a higher price.
Marketers often rely on buying ads from the Facebook platform, converting visitors to their site and profiting from these visitors via Google Adsense. The difference between one marketer and another is the profit margin, there are those who come out with losses and there are those who triple their money.
What is AdSense Arbitrage?
If you understand how investments usually work, you know it takes some capital to start with, which will hopefully give you decent returns after a certain time and course of action being met.
Likewise, this is how AdSense arbitrage works. You, the publisher with intent to make good ROI ー1) invest X amount to derive traffic for your website; 2) have AdSense ads placed on that very website/web page; 3) compel visitors to click those ads to earn via AdSense.
Now in clear ad tech language, AdSense arbitrage (traffic arbitrage) means getting traffic using paid means (coming up), and converting that traffic into paid clicks by running AdSense ads.
While here, the catch is to earn higher revenue through AdSense ads than the initial expense made on buying the website traffic.
What You Will Learn
What is AdSense Arbitrage
What do you need to start working with AdSense Arbitrage
Best hosting options
Best AdSense Arbitrage THEME
Best AdSense Arbitrage Plugins
How to find a successful article
How to make a Facebook ad to get visits to your article
How to test an article
How to Scale and make more profit