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How to make money with adsense

Updated on July 3, 2016

Google Adsense

Google AdSense is a free program that empowers online publishers to earn revenue by displaying relevant ads on a wide variety of online content, including:

Site search results

Easily add a custom search engine to your site, and earn from ads on the search results pages.


Display ads on your website that are suited to your audience's interests, and earn from valid clicks or impressions.

Mobile webpages and apps

Connect your mobile users with the right ad at the right time as they seek information on the go.

How to make money with adsense

"What is Google Adsense?"

Google adsense is superb way for webadmin,blogger and forum admin to earn some additional buck to cover some of their cost .

Those ads over to the right and middle are generated by Google adsense.

After your webpage ,blog or forum has been up for a few hours, google will automatically detect and examine the contents

of the pages.

By calculating the counts of word/phrase occurrences, looking at headings and how unique is your content.

Google will then automatically figure out the most appropriate ads to display and starts to display them!

"How much can you earn?"

Well it depends on a few things that are detailed below - you would only get paid only when someone clicks on the ads and amount of paid depends on the advertiser.

Advertisers paid to have their ads displayed on google search when a person search for particular keyword words or phrase.

The same principle applies here, once you have paste google adsense on your page

the google technology ads algorithm will work is magic to display proper ads on your site.

For Example: The content I'm writing on my blog is to promote Spyware removal program then the ads appear will be related to spyware program and removal.

Well is pretty much depends on the relativity of your contents towards the ads that were displayed on the site.

It also depends on how popular a search term is. Let say a popular topic such

as "Natural Kidney Stone Cure", "Viagra", "Movies And Games Download, and etc.

Then more people would be going to your site and the more chances people are interested on the ads that were displayed. Most of the time the smount you get depends on how willing are the advertiser.

Lastly : )

It's part of Google's terms and conditions that you can't disclose info on how much you have earn. : )

Let say I believe it have done good enough to currently maintain my current interest in my blog.I don't plan to retire anytime soon

"How to set up?"

That's where Google have excelled themselves in the most unique way - it's so easy to set up.

After signing up up, You will need to generate a small piece of html/javascript code from the code generator google provide, which you can copy and paste into any of your webpages/blog/forums.

After that you could use the same piece of code anywhere at your websites. I've use the same code eveywhere on my blog

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Want to learn more about Adsense?

Here is a few resources that will be useful for you getting started on Google Adsense.

Good luck!

Geting started with Google addsense - Google addsense

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