article seo and please tell about earning with adsense
Hi, this might sound silly, but i just wanted to know how long does it take for my hubs to be noticed on Google. I'm a new hubber please guide me on article promotion methods and how please let me know how to optimize articles for adsense revenue. Thanks in advance.
Earning with Adsense is very simple. You sign-up then Google approve you account. You then add any extra details. After that, you generate ad code! Paste the ad code onto your website then when people click the ads displayed you get cash.
Hi, the first step of earning on your hubs is to do the keyword research first. You might want to rank for cheap shoes on page 1 but it is jut not going to happen. However you will need to find long tail keywords you can rank for with your hub.
You have to check if there is enough traffic and searches and write the hub around the topic. Do not overload it with keywords but indicate to Google what it is all about.
Then work on your Search Engine Ranking
Social Bookmark your hub
And money will follow.
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