I believe you are talking about Adsense and not Adwords?
yeah, I think it's a typo. Adword takes you money. Or maybe he knows how to work it so he gets money... maybe he should speak.
Wow, that guy sure has cranked out a lot of spam hubs. And he's even got some nasty penis enlargement ones...eeeeewwww!
(Spam as defined by HubPages - Solely promotes another site, especially when Hub links all point to one site)
Well, that's just stating the bleeding obvious isn't it.
Why not provide some info and links for hubbers on how to do this if you have some worthwhile info to share.?
Instead I did this, here is my hub about getting traffic from search engines: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-get-more … ne-traffic
There are 3 things to consider for this.
1. Its better to stay away from saturated topics..I mean the topics about which there are lot of hubs.
2. Split up the content into many small ones and link them .. give a continuity.
3.Write about topics which you have interest not what gives more money.
Feel free to check out a tool for hubbers.. its in my profile page.
Your 3rd point is what I have tried here on HubPages and gained a bit of success. But it contradicts with your first point. As I love SEO and Makeing Money Online and started writing about it, but there are already a lot of hubs about this topic.
So what do you say?
I don't think it's a good idea to take advice from someone who knows so much about the subject, he doesn't know the difference between Adwords and Adsense....
Jayorban, no offense to you. you got what you began with. we are all writers and we are candid and straight. no hard feelings. sorry is best way you can help us people see inside you.
Anyways if you intent is clear and honest, why don't to you share any example. I am very much interested in listening to you. by all means more on adsense. when you say optimize, what tips you have. What is working for you?
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