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What Is Google AdSense - Quotes

Updated on April 1, 2015

Wondering how to make money with Google AdSense? Looking for Google AdSense tips to help you out with your online business goals? The following 15 quotes about Google AdSense collected from Internet experts may help you understand the basics of making money with the most popular ad serving application run by Google Inc.

Google AdSense tips and quotes

AdSense tip - Quote #1:

“It is possible to cheat AdSense. But you’d have to be crazy to do it. You can make so much money working within Google’s rules that to risk getting thrown out by putting ads on pages without content or by persuading users to click on the ads is just plain crazy.”

Joel Comm, The AdSense Code: What Google Never Told You about Making Money with Adsense

AdSense tip - Quote #2:

“People don’t visit your website for ads. They want good content. (…) If you want people to click, make the ads look like an integral part of your content. “

Joel Comm, The AdSense Code: What Google Never Told You about Making Money with Adsense

AdSense tip - Quote #3:

“AdSense is one-half of an advertising duo that Google has cooked up. The other half is Google AdWords, a pay-per-click keywords advertising program. How smart is that? Having both advertisers and publishers as your customers!” (see quote #10)

Jerri L. Ledford, Google AdSense For Dummies

AdSense tip - Quote #4:

“Having the right kind of content is one key to AdSense success. There’s such a thing as having the wrong kind of content or even having too much content. Having the right amount and the right kind of content is a balancing act. With careful attention to detail, you can keep all your plates dancing on their assigned poles.”

Jerri L. Ledford, Google AdSense For Dummies

AdSense tip - Quote #5:

“Hidden on the Internet, scattered among billions of Web pages, are the clues to an incredible secret. For those who know the secret, the result is untold wealth. Each month, a small group of people – an elite club who have uncovered the mysteries of The Google AdSense Empire – put their knowledge to use and receive checks for tens of thousands of dollars from Google.”

Ruki Deen, Google AdSense Empire

AdSense tip - Quote #6:

“The ideal Google AdSense page should have great content about a very specific topic. Take pains to be very clear about what the topic is, and carefully choose the keyword (or key phrase) describing the topic.”

Ruki Deen, Google AdSense Empire

AdSense tip - Quote #7:

“You’ve seen the nutty claims by so-called “internet experts” that and programs they have devised enable surfers to earn thousands of dollars within a matter of days! Or minutes!! No such thing. However, there are several lucrative programs that can provide an extremely generous income with comparatively little effort – Google AdSense is absolutely one of them.”

Jeremy Gislason, Discover how to Turn Your Web Site's Content Into Cash Adsense Revenue Exposed

AdSense tip - Quote #8:

““Build it and they will come” is a wonderful line in the movies. Too bad it’s usually not quite so easy in real life! True, good web content is occasionally – not always – discovered surprisingly quickly. More often, it requires a great deal of disciplined work to draw traffic to a website, no matter how good the content of the site is.”

Harold Davis & David Iwanow, Google Advertising Tools: Cashing in with AdSense and AdWords

AdSense tip - Quote #9:

“Google’s traffic becomes more focused, and less broad, when a keyword search is initiated. All the targeting in the world won’t help unless you get some eyeballs.”

Harold Davis & David Iwanow, Google Advertising Tools: Cashing in with AdSense and AdWords

AdSense tip - Quote #10:

“Google makes buying ads as easy as placing other people’s ads on your pages. And the two programs have similar names, which makes it easy to get confused. Remember this: Google AdSense pays you a few cents (or a fraction of a cent) every time someone clicks on an ad. Google AdWords makes it easy for you to buy “words” so that your ads appear on Google and related Web sites.”

Janine Warner, Web Sites Do-It-Yourself For Dummies

AdSense tip - Quote #11:

“One of the key reasons that Google AdSense has become the most popular tool for monetizing Web site traffic is because Google consistently provides contextually relevant ads in a fraction of a second. Google displays AdSense ads on publisher Web sites based on its examination of all keywords on a particular Web page.”

Kristopher. B. Jones, Search Engine Optimization

AdSense tip - Quote #12:

“But simply grabbing eyeballs is not enough. It’s the click-through – clicking an ad and following it to the advertiser and its products – that counts. This is where Google AdWords really shine.”

Tara Calishain & Rael Dornfest, Google hacks

AdSense tip - Quote #13:

“Just putting an AdSense ad on your website doesn’t guarantee that you’ll make a lot of money from it. The key to generating significant earnings is to get a lot of visitors to view or click through the ads; that means both increasing your site traffic and the visibility and appeal of the ads themselves.”

Michael Miller, Googlepedia: the ultimate Google resource

AdSense tip - Quote #14:

“Google, the oracle of the Internet search engines, has a great ad delivery service called AdSense that allows you to run ads based on the content Google indexes from your blog. This method for displaying ads is called contextual advertising.”

Joelle Reeder & Katherine Scoleri, The IT Girl's Guide to Blogging with Moxie

AdSense tip - Quote #15:

“Stick with niche content. If you want to have a chance at a successful AdSense site, the rules of content uniqueness apply. You want to drive targeted relevant traffic.”

John I. Jerkovic, SEO Warrior

Many websites, including Hubpages, use AdSense to monetize their content. If you would like to make money with Google AdSense, but you don’t own a website, you can sign up for Hubpages (it’s free) and start your online article writing career.

Steps to get you started:

(1) Sign up for Hubpages

(2) Write a few articles

(3) Create your Google Account and paste yourGoogle AdSense ID code in the affiliate code box under your Affiliate Settings tab.

(4) Learn about search engine optimization, especially keyword research

Be patient and use all Google AdSense tips you can find because AdSense income doesn’t come easily or overnight.

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    • vox vocis profile imageAUTHOR

      Jasmine 

      6 years ago

      @Lisas-thoughts101: Thank you :) These Google AdSense quotes are not really mine (attributes are all there) but I think I managed to pick the right ones to make a point :)

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      Lisas-thoughts101 

      6 years ago from Northeast Texas

      Vox, this was such an informative hub. Thank you. You are a great writer. I am looking forward to reading more of your hubs.

      Lisa

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      hazelwood4 

      6 years ago from Owensboro, Kentucky

      There is TRULY hidden treasure to be discovered in all of the quotes.:) Great idea!

    • vox vocis profile imageAUTHOR

      Jasmine 

      6 years ago

      @hazelwood4: I read a lot about SEO, AdSense, Analytics, blogging, etc. so I thought it might be a great idea to collect quotes describing each of these terms right on spot. I'm glad you liked these AdSense tips and quotes :) One can really learn something from them. Thanks for the comment!

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      hazelwood4 

      6 years ago from Owensboro, Kentucky

      Thank you for sharing such an informative and thought provoking article about the power of making money with adsense. Boy, does this article get the mind moving and thinking about the possibilities! Thank you for sharing!

    • vox vocis profile imageAUTHOR

      Jasmine 

      7 years ago

      @Rebecca E.: Thanks, Rebecca! You're always so thoughtful :) Don't worry, more quotes are on the way!

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      Rebecca E. 

      7 years ago from Canada

      I am hoping i'll "stumble upon" a few more of these, or at least find a lovely new hubs of your with more quotes!

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      Scribenet 

      7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Thanks for the information...voted up and useful

    • vox vocis profile imageAUTHOR

      Jasmine 

      7 years ago

      Thanks Rebecca :) I love quotes and I thought, after reading so many books about SEO and Google AdSense, why not collect quotes in this area, too :)

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      Rebecca E. 

      7 years ago from Canada

      Great qutoes, as always. Most of them I've read.. but then I have teh books so why not? This is a content based business (in my mind at least!) that you will need to read these qutoes a few times. Well done

    • vox vocis profile imageAUTHOR

      Jasmine 

      7 years ago

      @Temirah: Thanks for the comment :) I'm glad you found these AdSense quotes useful.

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      Temirah 

      7 years ago

      This is really useful - and a great way of putting across the information. Thank you.

    • vox vocis profile imageAUTHOR

      Jasmine 

      7 years ago

      @Barbara Kay: I wish I could figure out the secret of untold AdSense wealth, too :) I'm ready to learn and I have enough patience to at least try to put my knowledge to use and earn from Google AdSense. I don't expect tens of thousands of dollars though LOL Still, you never know... :) Thanks for the comment and the vote up!

      @PWalker281: My faithful reader :) Thanks for stopping by. Yes, AdSense and AdWords are very confusing at the beginning and the quotes explaining the difference between the two fitted just fine in the list.

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      PWalker281 

      7 years ago

      A great hub, Jasmine. Thanks for including quotes that differentiate Adwords from Adsense. I'm sure a lot people (myself included) have been confused about what each of them is. Rated up and useful!

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      Barbara Badder 

      7 years ago from USA

      I wish I could figure out the secret mentioned in #5. Rated up.

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