So how do you make alot of $$ on adsense?

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  1. Actioncameron profile image61
    Actioncameronposted 9 years ago

    So how do you make alot of $$ on adsense?

    I have so many topics and several products I have gotten behind but I lack the actual knowledge of how to plug these things into the internet with any great success. I have a growing contacts list but all I seem to be able to do is small spurts. I also have a library of 15,000 personal photos of which 30% are very good. But what to do with it that could be even small time profitable? Thanks for checking out my hub page.

  2. relache profile image81
    relacheposted 9 years ago

    I find that my most profitable Hubs have high-quality, written content.

  3. gaming-guru profile image53
    gaming-guruposted 9 years ago

    Making money on the internet is not easy contrary to what many of the products on the internet seem to fool people into believing. A simple blueprint would be to grow a presence on hubpages with some great hubs that are popular and essential. Once you have amassed a huge following on hubpages, your hubs will have a good page rank and will rank well in google. The next step would be launch a website related to your hubs and link each hub to your website. BOOM your website will get hit by a ton of traffic. Please note that you should not limit yourself to solely adsense, affiliate marketing is where the real money is.

  4. Springboard profile image74
    Springboardposted 9 years ago

    I like to keep it simple. I also happen to be a bit old-fashioned. I say that the ultimate gain is to write well. Write quality. People are attracted to good writing and behemoths like Barnes and Noble and Borders, which are still very strong companies, help to prove that. People will flock to good writing, and the better writing you can do, the more people will not only flock to it, but will COME BACK. Gruel may work for some folks, but it just isn't where I think the real opportunities are. Focus on content and let the cards fall where they may...appropriately and properly.

    Don't forget that Adsense is not the Holy Grail either. If you write well, network well, and persevere, much more REAL lucrative and lasting opportunities may well come your way.

    Like in investing you should never put all of your eggs in one basket, you should never seek one source as THE source. The Internet has many fads. Adsense may be one that you find one day doesn't pay dividends beyond its focus on something that is a never dying thing.

    Again, focus on the writing. Good writing will always have a place in the world. I am certain that good writing will also far outlive places like even HubPages, so it's something worth focusing heavily on. It's something that will stay with you beyond the life of the outlets and the fads.

    As for Google and SEO? I'm certain there is someone out there, born yet or not, who will come along and create something new and exciting which will change the entire course once more in this field. So don't put too much into it. You'll just have to eventually start all over again.

  5. Xonica profile image75
    Xonicaposted 9 years ago

    I think its a case of writing about topics people will be interested in years to come not just today and your content should be informative and interesting. Thats it I dont think there are any short cuts.

  6. gaming-guru profile image53
    gaming-guruposted 9 years ago

    Sorry for the delay in responding. The answer to this is that you need to create an create more hubs and increase your reputation and hubs so that the more Hubs you have the more traffic you receive and finally the more money you make.


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