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Increase your adsense income right now

Updated on August 20, 2010

Want to increase your adsense income by 300 % in under 24 hours ?

This article will help you increase your AdSense income by up to 300 % within 24 hours.

Here we will discuss 3 major tricks .A , P and T which will help you achieve the task of skyrocketing your AdSense ads click through rate and income. Act today. Follow these A, P and T and you will see wonderful results.

What is A, P and T ?

A, P and T stand for 3 things associated with AdSense ads displayed in your website and blogs.

  • A stands for appearance
  • P stand for Placement
  • T stands for targeting

1.Appearance : Tweak the appearance of the AdSense ads appearing in your website . some genius minds too who are earning hundreds of dollars per day from AdSense ads on their websites have made their ads NOT look like ads.

Remove the borders of the AdSense ads. Make the background color equal to background color of web page. Change the font size to match the font of web page. You can do this in your AdSense control panel.

Format of AdSense ads. The one format that worked well for the majority is the Large Rectangle (336X280). This same format have higher the click-through rates. This format will make the ads will look like normal web links, and people, being used to clicking on them, click these types of links.

2.Placement of AdSense ads in your website:

Place the ads in such a way that it is well merged with content.Remove the Adsense from the bottom pages of your site and put them at the top. Do not try to hide your Adsense. Put them in the place where people can see them quickly. You will be amazed at the number of clicks received.

3.Now comes targeting :

To get well targeted AdSense ads in your web pages include the main keyword used in the web page in title and file name.

You can also use section targeting.

How do you do section targeting ?

Section targeting allows you to suggest sections of your text and HTML content that you'd like us to emphasize or downplay when matching ads to your site's content. By providing us with your suggestions, you can assist us in improving your ad targeting. We recommend that only those familiar with HTML attempt to implement section targeting.

To implement section targeting, you'll need to add a set of special HTML comment tags to your code. These tags will mark the beginning and end of whichever section(s) you'd like to emphasize or DE-emphasize for ad targeting.

The HTML tags to emphasize a page section take the following format:

<!-- google_ad_section_start -->

<!-- google_ad_section_end -->

You can also designate sections you'd like to have ignored by adding a (weight=ignore) to the starting tag:

<!-- google_ad_section_start(weight=ignore) -->

With these tags added to your HTML code, your final code may look like the following:

<html><head><title>Section targeting</title></head>
<body>
<!-- google_ad_section_start -->

This is the text of your web page. Most of your content resides here.

<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
</body>
</html>

You can use section targeting to make suggestions about as many sections of a page as you like.

In order to properly implement this feature, you'll need to include a significant amount of content within the section targeting tags.

Follow these A, P and T and see your adsense income skyrocketing.

Recommended reading :

How to earn over 1000 dollars daily




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    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @Blogjet,

      thank you for leaving comment

    • Bloget profile image

      Bloget 

      8 years ago from Minnesota

      Thank You for sharing

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @prasetio30,

      the only thing to focus is that the ads should merge well with content.

    • prasetio30 profile image

      prasetio30 

      8 years ago from malang-indonesia

      awesome, this is cool man. I learn much from you. I forget about the top ads. I always hide my ads inside my article. Thanks to remind me about this. Vote this Up.

      Prasetio

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      Simple tweaks can make tremendous changes in AdSense income

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @kellydove

      thanks for the comment

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @soni2006

      thanks for the comment

    • kellydove profile image

      kellydove 

      8 years ago

      nice hub

    • soni2006 profile image

      Rajinder Soni 

      8 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Hi creativemind, you have presented an excellent article on how to increase your adsense income and I love the A, P and T part. This is a really nice way to teach.

    • profile image

      paidwriter 

      8 years ago

      @ vinu

      its better to have prebuilt template

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      I think its better to have a prebuilt AdSense ready template which takes care of these factors.It will save time.

      I have seen many such AdSense ready templates built for wordpress.eg:prosense.

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      @neowebarts

      creating several sites may sound easy bot the maintenance is tough.its better to have a large one site rather than several ones.

    • neowebarts profile image

      neowebarts 

      8 years ago from Cochin, India

      Best strategy for success with adsense.

      * Find out low competition high search volume keywords.

      * Create a website with keyword in domain name.

      * Use word press for quickly building a website

      * Put adsense

      * Repeat these steps.

      * Create several sites.

    • neowebarts profile image

      neowebarts 

      8 years ago from Cochin, India

      @adsenseguru

      yes that's true.several small sites are better than one big one.

    • profile image

      adsenseguru 

      8 years ago

      Goal : To make 10000 dollars from AdSense per month.

      Strategy :Instead of building a large website create several small sites focused on high valued niche.

      You can use tools like micronichefinder for this task.

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      Why bother about smart pricing ?

      Schedule that time for driving more traffic

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      About Smart pricing :

      If any of your sites are receiving low CTR your whole AdSense income will reduce.

      Remove AdSense ads from low performing sites.

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      blending ads with content is the best idea for improving CTR.

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      When working with a blog, you're facing some interesting ad implementation challenges: a predetermined page format, highly targeted content, and regular visitors, among other things. To make the most of your readership and content, here are a few suggestions:

      Blend ads into your blog

      To increase the likelihood that your readers will see and click on your ads, blend your ad units into the background of your blog. Choose a bold color for the ad title to help draw attention to your ads, then make sure that the background and borders of your ads are the same color as the background of the area where the ad is placed.

    • profile image

      adsense expert 

      8 years ago

      channels are forgotton by most peoploe.

      Google AdSense offers channels to help you answer the following important questions:

      * Where is AdSense earning me the most revenue?

      * How can I use this knowledge to help me to earn even more?

      Many AdSense publishers have dramatically improved their results by making simple changes. It's common for publishers to report significant increases in revenue from changing factors like ad formats, color palettes, and placement - increases you can track with channels.

      Channels offer a deeper level of analysis than that provided by overall revenue reports. They allow you to break down reporting to monitor the performance of sites, sections of sites, or even individual ad units. Any time a channel is created, AdSense will record impressions, CTR, CPM, and earnings statistics for that specific page or ad unit.

      This provides you with a precise method of evaluating which sites and which locations will enable you to realize your maximum earning potential.

      AdSense offers two kinds of channels: URL Channels, for domain, sub-domain, and page-specific reports, and Custom Channels, for more granular reports specific to an ad unit or ad placement.

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      More adsense tips.

      #3.Tip for testing color palettes: add variety and freshness to your ads by rotating between several color palettes. All you need to do is choose the Use multiple palettes option when generating your ad code during the Choose Ad Format and Colors step in the ad code setup, then hold down the Control or Command key and select up to four color palettes.

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      More adsense tips.

      #2. If your site is filled with ads or packed with loads of competing content, chances are that you'll need to use more visually arresting colors to make your ads catch a user's eye. If the techniques above aren't getting results for you, try using more prominent palettes

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      More adsense tips.

      #1.If your visitors come back day after day, they'll likely become blinded to the position of the ads over time, regardless of the ad colors. Try rotating colors or occasionally switching the location of your ads on the page.

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @ neowebarts

      thanks for sharing valuable information

    • neowebarts profile image

      neowebarts 

      8 years ago from Cochin, India

      Let's briefly define the three techniques you can use to design color palettes that will be successful for your site:

      * To blend, make the background and borders of your ads the same color as the background of your page where the ad is placed. If your site has a white background and you don't want to spend a lot of time choosing ad colors, we recommend using our pre-designed Open Air palette.

      * To complement, use colors that already exist on your site, but don't match the background and borders exactly where the ads are placed.

      * To contrast, choose colors that stand out against the background of your site. Contrasting is recommended only for sites with dark background, so we suggest using a palette with white background, white borders, and blue titles.

    • neowebarts profile image

      neowebarts 

      8 years ago from Cochin, India

      Let's briefly define the three techniques you can use to design color palettes that will be successful for your site:

      * To blend, make the background and borders of your ads the same color as the background of your page where the ad is placed. If your site has a white background and you don't want to spend a lot of time choosing ad colors, we recommend using our pre-designed Open Air palette.

      * To complement, use colors that already exist on your site, but don't match the background and borders exactly where the ads are placed.

      * To contrast, choose colors that stand out against the background of your site. Contrasting is recommended only for sites with dark background, so we suggest using a palette with white background, white borders, and blue titles.

    • neowebarts profile image

      neowebarts 

      8 years ago from Cochin, India

      nice tips.

      please add more to this hub.

      adding some videos could have made this better

    • profile image

      paidwriter 

      8 years ago

      doesn't border improve click through rate

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      How to implement section targeting in blogger ?

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      code for section targeting looks promising

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @kev8

      please do implement these tips and give me a feedback.

      thanks for the comments.

    • kev8 profile image

      kev8 

      8 years ago

      Creative mind,thank you very much for the above article. I have a number of websites where I use google adsense as one of my income sources. This should help me a lot.

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      how can i use section targeting in hubpages

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @billiedaisyallen,

      you are right.

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      Format of the ad id very important.

      Placing an image ad and text ad near to each other is an excellent idea.

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @2patricias

      thanks for the comment

    • 2patricias profile image

      2patricias 

      8 years ago from Sussex by the Sea

      If Hubpages has not paid you anything you might not have verified your AdSense link correctly. We made that mistake - go back and read the instructions very carefully.

      Creative - first time we've come across the HTML for ads - must try it.

    • profile image

      Vinu 

      8 years ago

      i think 160*600 format works better

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      @Madison Parker

      Sorry to hear that.

      Have you integrated ad sense with analytics ?

    • Madison Parker profile image

      Madison Parker 

      8 years ago from California

      Billie, I'm working on that! As a writer, I have tons of articles online, however, and they pay a bit, but hub hasn't paid me anything in all of the time I've been here and I'm confused as to why. Am I not set up properly? All I know right now is that I've been moving my articles to sites that pay better until I figure out what's up with this.

    • billiedaisyallen profile image

      billiedaisyallen 

      8 years ago

      @Madison, the big bucks don't come from writing for others, they come when writing for your own websites and creating your own empire. :D

    • Madison Parker profile image

      Madison Parker 

      8 years ago from California

      My question to you is, why are you writing for Hub Pages? Am I missing something here? I make reasonable money with Triond and other sites, but here I haven't made a dime. Am I doing something wrong? For now, I won't write here anymore until I figure out what's going on. HELP!!

      I love your article! I'm bookmarking this article so that I can come back to read it again when I get my newer pages up and running.

      Thanks for your good info.

    • creativeMind profile imageAUTHOR

      creativeMind 

      8 years ago from Cochin

      Leave me a comment if you find this hub useful.

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