Here are some things you may or may not know.
1. Yes, you can add Ad Sense to a page which has no traffic or minimal traffic.
2. Be patient. You do not get success overnight. Do not be under the illussion that you will be minting money..for that you will need thousands of visitors to your site...and importantly...clicking on those ADS!!
3. Use the "heat-map" of Google and it can help you determine the hot spots to place the ads. It gives you an indication where users normally click on the webpage.. very useful.
4. It is generally accepted that the best size of the ads should be 336x280 large rectangle, 250x250 square and the 160x600 wide skyscraper . (this is sourced from various sites on the Internet)
Any moretips/tricks to maximise using Google Ad Sense.
Please share your thoughts.
by Michelle Zunter2 years ago
Once approved for Google Ad sense, do I need to to put the ads in myself into my hubs, or will Google do that? Thanks
by iijuan123 years ago
A few days ago I went through all the steps to sign up for Google Ad Sense. I just checked and found out my status moved from "Pending" to "Association Disabled by You or by Google for TOS...
by N B Yomi7 months ago
So I signed up for Google Ad Sense after publishing my tenth hub around April 15th. The notification says that the reviewing process will take up to three days. And it's been five weeks. Does it tend to take this long...
by naijenni6 years ago
So, the tips continue,6. Once you get an AdSense code, you can apply it in all yur subsequent websites in yur portfolio7. Avoid placing AdSense in sites which may deem to be objectionable...unless of course..you are in...
by Manasi43 years ago
I got through the Boot Camp. My first 5 hubs all featured. Should I apply for Google Ad sense account now or wait till I complete 10 hubs?
by brookeandscotty5 years ago
do i have to register each hub i post and get it approved by google ad sense
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