Can anyone tell me how to write ads for adsense revenue?

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  1. lboogy7 profile image59
    lboogy7posted 15 years ago

    I'm trying to figure out how to write ads for adsense revenue. How do I entice them to click on the ads? Are there any tutrials or ebooks on the subject?

  2. Inspirepub profile image71
    Inspirepubposted 15 years ago

    You don't write ads for Adsense revenue.

    You write ads if you want to advertise using Adwords.

    Here on HubPages, you write articles. The software does all the work of choosing and placing the ads.

    You just focus on writing good quality articles.


  3. profile image0
    dabblingmumposted 15 years ago

    You never want to say to someone "click here" or "click on this ad" because that is a sure-fire way to get banned from Google Adsense. But if you are asking how do you write articles that bring the right type of ads, via the script, so that people will actually be interested in what's being offered, that's a different story.

    Let's say that you've determined car ads via Adsense was high paying. You'd want to concentrate on writing informatative, entertaining, and educational hubs about cars. You could tell people how to check for an oil leak, how to change the oil themselves, which oil is best for a specific car and why, how to recyle used oil, and what can happen if the oil doesn't get changed in a timely fashion. That's 4, maybe 5 articles right there. That will attract specific ads based on the content.

    Your next set of articles could be about purchasing tires, getting tune-ups, buying specific car parts, etc.

    Now, if you want to actually buy ad space through Google to appear on other websites, that's called Adwords. Basically you need to write something really tight. You want it to be catchy and specific. If, for instance, you have a product that you sell for 50% cheaper than all your competition, you'll want to list that price in your ad. If you offer a lifetime warranty and others don't you'd list that. The key is to think about your target audience. What are they looking for? What will entice them to buy? And you have to do it all in short phrases, usually 2-3 words.

  4. patnamohan profile image59
    patnamohanposted 15 years ago

    Yes hub page takes all responsibility!!! you just focus on quality hubpage takes responsibility!!!!!! enjoy writing!!!

  5. agrovertic profile image41
    agroverticposted 15 years ago

    Sorry for interrupt,guys really need your help regarding google adwords,how am i going to register with google adwords? and do you guys know what is the link due i have try so many times but i failed to do so,pls help me tq

  6. Inspirepub profile image71
    Inspirepubposted 15 years ago

    Do you actually want to advertise with Google Adwords?

    Or are you asking how to register with Adsense as a publisher and paste your ID in here at HubPages?

    If you are going to the Adwords site when you really want Adsense, that's probably your problem.


    1. agrovertic profile image41
      agroverticposted 15 years agoin reply to this

      No no actually i just want to register with google adwords,anyway what is the different between Adsense and Adwords? if i already have the adsense account is it possible for me to register Adwords? geeeezzz really confused with this adwords

  7. Inspirepub profile image71
    Inspirepubposted 15 years ago

    AdWORDS is what you use to place ads beside search results and on the content network of sites like HubPages. When someone clicks on your ad, you pay Google.

    AdSENSE is what you use to ask Google to place ads on your website. When visitors click on those ads, Google pays YOU.

    Basically, Google organises to match up advertisers with websites, and takes a big fat cut of the proceeds for doing so.

    The question is, which end of the deal are you talking about?

    If you are just writing Hubs, and you already have an Adsense ID, then paste it into your Affiliate panel (on your My Account page), and forget about it.

    If you actually want to place ads for something and pay when people click on them, you need to go to and open an account.


    1. agrovertic profile image41
      agroverticposted 15 years agoin reply to this

      OMG meaning if i create google adwords i need to pay google if anyone click to my website?? wowowo actually i just bought a new website and after go through all the procedure the hosting asking me to register the google adwords for getting the traffic,so if i need to pay google for using adwords means what do i get?? going to far already it make me more confused now...sorry inspirepub for make you puzzle

      1. darkside profile image67
        darksideposted 15 years agoin reply to this

        If you go to the link that Jenny has provided you there's a bit called "Learn about AdWords".

      2. Inspirepub profile image71
        Inspirepubposted 15 years agoin reply to this


        It's advertising. You pay for it.

        Just like advertising in the newspaper, only cheaper because with Adwords you only pay for actual visitors instead of paying to show the ad and maybe nobody even reads it.

        To get traffic to a website always costs - either money, or time.


  8. Ann Smith profile image62
    Ann Smithposted 15 years ago

    Are you perhaps confusing Google AdWords with creating key words to drive people to your site?  Here is a link to a helpful tool for creating key words and getting suggestions for those. … aultView=3

    1. agrovertic profile image41
      agroverticposted 15 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the guide anyway im not looking for keyword,what make me confused is that why do i need to have the google adwords for my new domain? referring to the web hosting they said if i want to get the huge traffic i have to get the Google adwords and by doing this i'll getting more viewers to my domain and not just a viewers but the webmaster as well....if i do a business for my domain it ok to have the Google adwords but my domain is just a services with a title of how to safeguards your dollars and it nor selling product or whatsoever so i wont get any profit from there, it just if viewers do like my advise  they will bookmark my domain for reference so nothing i'll get and yet if viewers click my domain once i have to pay to Google adwords. so in this scenarios i don't see where can i earn from the internet marketing perhaps you guys have some advise or ideas on how to get revenue from my services?? will much appreciated...anyway sorry guys for trouble you all with my "sigh" question (still learning to improve my English and grammar)

  9. funnebone profile image72
    funneboneposted 15 years ago

    Inspirepub   If I wanted to advertise my adsense through adwords would I first have to use adwords to bring people to my adsense in order for them to refer to my adwords about adsense?

    1. Inspirepub profile image71
      Inspirepubposted 15 years agoin reply to this

      Sorry, funnebone, I missed this question when you posted it.

      If you pay Google via Adwords to bring people to your site, it will cost you, let's say for example, 40c per visitor, or $400.00 per 1000 visitors.

      When they arrive at your site, a few percent will click an ad, and you will make a few dollars. eCPM is the figure to look at to see how much you would make from those 1000 visitors.

      But if it's $20, you're doing well with Adsense.

      Paying $400 to earn $20 is a good way to go out backwards!

      So, while in theory you COULD use Adwords to bring people in to an Adsense site, in practice you wouldn't make a profit.


  10. privateye2500 profile image40
    privateye2500posted 15 years ago

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