Implementing Adsense and Forms of Advertising

Once you have been accepted by Google Adsense it's time to place the ads on your WebSite or Blog. This is very easy as long as you know how to follow directions. Don't let the word HTML scare you. HTML is nothing more than being able to copy and paste. Adsense will have numerous ads for your choosing. It's best to look at what you've written(after you're done)and see what would fit correctly. For instance, Adsense has many big banners but unless you've got considerable room to be able to place a banner it's best to place smaller ads throughout your page. Now the way that Adsense works is when someone either pulls up your WebSite or Blog the ads will be right there alongside whatever it is you wrote. If that person clicks on an ad you get paid. How much you get paid per click is determined by Adsense. The more views you get the more money you receive. There are many other Affiliates available on the Web that run the same way as Adsense. One good one is LinkShare. They have thousands of advertisments for you to choose from and you get paid when one of their ads get's clicked. Many of the top earners make their money from these types of advertisments. The one thing you have to remember is to constantly add new content. That is the key to making money. Let's say you start a WebSite on Dogs. You spend hours detailing the top 10 dogs,along with pictures and whatever else you can think of. Now let's say someone is looking for information on a Shih Tzu and comes across your site. They get all the information you provided and never come back to your site again. Now if you were constantly updating your site and made it be known that person would come back again and again as well as recommending it to their friends. Whatever you do choose to write about, make sure you're passionate about it and update it as often as possible. On my next Blog I'll be running down my Top Ten Affiliates with a review on each and every one of them.

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