Hi i had got adsense account before 1 week and i got first click today.....
Can you help me with some ideas to increase clicks to my adsense account.....
I have read this somewhere in the forum but anyway congrats
Type in "getting traffic" in the Search box above your page and you'll have lots of Hubs that will help you get visitors clicking on your hubs.
Tightly focused hubs should bring similarly focused AdSense displays... and clicks.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Attract- … ws-Quickly
that will give you plenty of info on getting some good traffic
That's great. Exciting isn't it?
The best way to drive Adsense traffic to your sight is by doing some work to get you pages ranked in Google, so traffic can find you.
There's a lot to that process, far too much to write here.
Read relache's article. She gives the rent of her house using adsense revenue.
This one is about doing keyword research to figure out what people are looking for:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Adwords-Keyword … g-Research
This one is about how to make more money with Adsense:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Adsense-Discove … r-Earnings
The most important thing you can do is match user intentions (Your visitors) to the content of your page.
If you make a free wallpaper site then you shouldn't expect to make much because the intention of your visitor is to find free wallpaper.
And that means MORE Money for YOU.
However if you write a hub that reviews a product like the Vitamix Blender for example.
Note how EVERY AD that appears is specific to this one Brand of Blender. This is EXACTLY what you want to do in order to make money with Adsense.
I write the content so visitors are there to make a decision about buying a Vitamix Blender... or they want to learn more. In either case they are much more prone to read your content then click on an Advertisement to get more information or to check prices.
I've been doing Adsense Marketing since 2003 when it first came out. Follow my simple tips and you too will make a lot more money.
And don't overlook just fixing what you have already written. Just because you finish a Hub Doesn't mean you can't go back and "Tweak" it until you get the ads you want.
Too many people tell you that all you need is Traffic... far from the truth.
Good luck. Think like a Customer FIRST... give people what they want!
MikeNV, I am new to hubpages and know nothing about getting around, I must say your answer is very informative and it is great that there are people like you who will take the time to offer such good detailed advice......
If you want solid consistent traffic with high conversion (click) ratesyour goal should be to rank highly with google, to do this I would suggest picking highly specific hubs that you think you can rank well in. Writing a hub like "how to cure cancer" will have 1,000,000 competitors but writing a hub called "how to cure cancer with stingray venom and barbecue sauce" I guarantee won't. (I'm not insisting you can cure cancer with stingray venom and barbecue sauce, lol). But you get the idea. Best of luck!
Read about onpage and offpage seo. You cannot force readers to click. What you can do is to increase the number of visitors from search engine
Build more hubs!
I guess anyone here who is making more than peanuts has at least 250 hubs.
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