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Monday, October 09, 2006

About Google Adsence

Google AdSense is a fast and easy way for website publishers of all sizes to display relevant Google ads on their website's or blog content pages and earn money. Because the ads are related to what your visitors are looking for on your site — or matched to the characteristics and interests of the visitors your content attracts — you'll finally have a way to both monetise and enhance your content pages.It's also a way for website publishers or may be you can use your own blog to provide Google web and site search to their visitors, and to earn money by displaying Google ads on the search results pages.

Your Google Adsence Account Could Be Like This

Image 1 - example of google adsense account

Image 2 - example of google adsense check

Friday, September 29, 2006

Adsence secrets

Google AdSense is a great way for webmasters to monetize their websites. While many webmasters are struggling hard to earn $3 - $10 per day, some 'genius' webmasters have already enjoyed $30, $100, and even $300 a day from AdSense ads on their websites. How are these 'genius' webmasters differ from their counterparts? They think different! They think out of the box!

As you probably already know, AdSense is revolutionizing the way many infopreneurs are creating revenue from their web site traffic. The reason for this is its simplicity. Through AdSense, revenue is generated when someone simply clicks thru the AdSense ads displayed on the webmasters web site.

The bottom line is to increase AdSense income all you must do is increase the number of click thrus you receive.
There are two ways for you to increase your total number of click thrus. You can either increase your website traffic or you can increase your AdSense click thru rate. Now, getting more traffic would be great, but let’s be honest increasing your web site traffic is much easier said than done.

In this article I want to give you a few simple ways to dramatically increase your AdSense income

About Google

Google is the king of search engines. No one else even comes close. Due to search partnerships with other sites (like Yahoo) means 250 million searches per month.

You want your site listed for your best keywords on Google. But here's the problem: You submit your site, and Google takes time to get is "spidered" (that's when the Google robot scans the web to find new sites) then-possibly- lists it in its search results.

It could take weeks for your site to be spidered and months to get a listing. Once you put their ads on your page two magical things happen.

1. They spider your site-usually within hours.
2. They begin paying for every visitor to your site who clicks on one of the sponsored links.So, you get your site spidered-and possibly listed-more quickly, you also get a nice little piece of change.
But there are some cautions you should know about:

1. The ads you serve will be related to your page content.What this means is
2. your competitors may be listed on your web page-if they have purchased ads from Google. That may cost you a little business.
Just because you get spidered doesn't guarantee a listing.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Blog And Google Adsence

Many of the people who write blogs today simply want to share their opinion on something. But then there are the business-minded folks, who have found a way to use blogs, or Web logs, to bring in a great income.
This is likely the most common means of leveraging a blog to generate income. If yours happens to become a well-known blog, or one that is well-received in a particular niche, it's always possible to sell ad space on your own. For lesser-known blogs, services such as Google's AdSense or BlogAds enable bloggers to establish ad programs.

AdSense's — which lets you select several ads that are consistent with the content of your blog — pays you based on how many readers click on the ads for further information. Even better, it's free. BlogAds, on the other hand, hooks bloggers up with would-be advertisers and levies a commission in return for any ad placements that result. "The nice thing, too, is that the ads are relatively unobtrusive," says Scott Allen, co-author of "The Virtual Handshake: Opening Doors and Closing Deals Online."