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The best High Paying Google adsense keywords to use in your articles.

Updated on January 21, 2014

Everyone that takes writing seriously and uses Adsense to make money, wants to know which are the highest Google adsense keywords and where they can find them. The thing with high paying keywords however, is not where you can find them, but how to use them in an article.

The best high paying Google adsense keywords are actually those that are simple and attract readers with just a few clicks of the mouse.

For example:

When you look up "writing", you will probably get a number of responses from: Learn how to write, to Writing for money.

Now, a high paying Google adsense keyword or phrase is something like this:

Learn how to write or Writing for a living. Why? These are phrases and keywords that actually attract the most readers because the keyword is Writing and you are using it on a highly searched phrase.

If you ask me, any word or phrase can be profitable if it is used correctly or enough. The reason why so many writers have a niche, is because they stick to the topics and choose their keywords carefully and from there they market their work. This is what makes them money.

In order to see what the best high payingGoogle adsense keywords are useful in the topic of your interest, browse through a few of the lists that Google keyword tool gives you when you put in the word or phrase that you want to use.

In most cases, there are many words or phrases to pick from in the list, however, you have to know where to put it in the article, and how many times to mention it, in order for the article to get not only traffic, but money as well.

The best high paying Google adsense keywords are usually words that are used every day such as: Marriage, writing, Work, jobs, retirement, money, insurance and so on. It really does not take much research to see what words work and which don't, people just need to know how to use them in an article and most importantly how many times they have to use them.

If any person is still not convinced or is lost on how to pick the best paying keywords, just think about the way that you search for something:

when you use a search engine you put in one or two words and the information that comes up has those words in a phrase or alone. That's how you choose your keywords and the phrases that you need for your article! As long as those words come up, you have the best and highest paying Google adsense keywords!

Good luck writing!


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    • Jessi10 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jessica Rangel 

      7 years ago from Lancaster, CA

      Thank you. Hope you enjoyed my other hubs as well.

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      7 years ago from Outside Boston, Massachusetts, USA


    • Jessi10 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jessica Rangel 

      7 years ago from Lancaster, CA

      Thank You! Its always nice to hear that other fellow writers like my work!

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      Jools Hogg 

      7 years ago from North-East UK

      Jessi, really interesting hub, love your straightforward style.

    • Jessi10 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jessica Rangel 

      7 years ago from Lancaster, CA

      I'm glad I can help! The ads here help too!

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      7 years ago from Arkansas

      Thanks for more practical advice.

    • Jessi10 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jessica Rangel 

      7 years ago from Lancaster, CA

      No problem!

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      James Trageser 

      7 years ago from Hanover, Pennsylvania

      Excellent Hub Page! +1

      Thanks for sharing this info!


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