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Simple Adsense Tips to Help You Earn More

Updated on June 9, 2010

Simple Adsense Tips to Help You Earn More

No matter what kind of business you have, you know very well the necessity for advertising it somewhere. The journey that advertising has taken over the past 50 years has been a wild ride. Since 2003, Google's Adsense ad program has strongly dominated the contextual advertising environment. In case you're unfamiliar, this unique form of advertising allows the adsense publisher to receive a percentage of profits. It is an easy method to advertise online, and if all things are properly in place it can be relatively easy money. Here are some excellent suggestions you can put to use right away, or soon, if you're using adsense.

If you truly want to succeed in making an income with Adsense then you'll need to work smareter instead of harder. Anyone who dives into this without first spending time doing some research is sure to get burned. Begin by selecting a niche that pays well per click. Look for niches in markets where there are lots or advertisers competing and spending lots of money. If you find you're in a low paying niche, this could mean there are only few advertisers who don't pay very highly per click.

Google Adsense is a great way to make money, but you need to remember that it's also strict when it comes to many things. Thousands of publishers have had their accounts banned for life for various infractions. The quickest way to get the boot is to click on your own ads, maybe the second quickest way is to have your friends, family, or neighbors to do it for you. Also, you don't want to try to put adsense on places like adult sites, porn sites, etc. Other precautions, or no-no's, include cloaking links, using link farms, or tinkering with the adsense code. Google seems to love hammering marketers, and they'll be happy to hammer you.

If you really want to go for it, ensure your site gets regular and fresh content updates.

More pages of good content will give your visitors more to read, you'll show more ads, and it will help your rankings. However you market your site, if you have more content you tend to make people want to visit again. Also, make sure you have an AdSense unit placed on every page of your site. The primary reason for having adsense is to earn as much revenue as possible. Aside from these adsense considerations, your other concern is to drive as much targeted traffic to your sites as possible. Your next adsense revenue website will go much smoother and faster once you're ready to begin. Adsense is no different than other forms of marketing, you can do well if you prepare and learn. Don't take any blind steps or follow someone just because you feel its okay. This article is by no means a comprehensive education, so there's more to learn.


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    • olivo profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Yes mate, sometimes Google is very fussy to approve Adsense accounts.

    • P.Banerjee profile image

      Probir Banerjee 

      8 years ago from Kolkata, India

      Google has denied me many times ...I think they are too selective.


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