ss_blog_claim=73b1cd073bba6e6518705e046b696b7d How to Be Rich with Google Adsense

Monday, December 29, 2008

How to Be Rich with Google Adsense

Those who want to earn money on the Internet ultimately have to search on Google Adsense as one of the most promising ways to quickly see results.

Do not show ads on your site, I hope that visitors click on them and watch your mailbox for your monthly check. It is not easy, though.

Here are some basic guidelines and tips to help you make your Adsense monitized site succeed.

1) Read the description of the program of Google Adsense on site and applicable to the account using the link to this page. You must have at least one site. Your site can be free Blogger site, if not elsewhere. Once adopted, you can place ads on other sites without a separate annex.

2) Read the AdSense Terms and Conditions. It is these rules is to play with. The rules are sometimes later Adsense TOS (General Conditions of Service), but this is wrong. On Google TOS is to use this search engine is and not for AdSense. We will highlight some of the most important T & Cs here. The penalty for failing to play by the rules can be serious - finally banned from the program - forever.

3) Learn the AdSense program. They, together with the terms and conditions are your rules to a successful making money with AdSense. If you have questions about the rules, ask a person of a webmaster discussion forums, or send email to Google.

4) I edit the HTML code that Google gives you added to your pages.

5) Never ever, click on their ads - or ask friends and family to do it for you. Google considers this a form of click fraud risk and should be banned. the odds are against you if this happens, even if it happens by accident.

6) Do not try in any way to artificially intice visitors to click on your ads. Do not ask them to click, do not suggest that they click, not deceive them to click. Do not place your ad units in the vicinity of other page elements such as graphics that can make your visitors that the two are related.

7) Do not label your ads with anything but the "sponsored links" or "advertising" - or use a label at all. Do not place ads near labels or graphics that may seem to be labeled advertising block.

5) Place ads on pages with real content, not links, graphics, or blank pages. Content Google uses to determine which ads to display on your page. If you've done a good job content, and Google has an inventory of ads that are related to this content to be running smoothly.

6) Do not create MFA (Made For Adsense) sites or pages. Not wasting time and money for the purchase of MFA sites, high paying keyword lists or e-books promising the secrets behind the creation of such sites.

7) Text ads generally perform better than image ads, but may depend on the site.

8) Major ad block (336 × 280) generally perform better than other styles, especially when integrated into the area of the page. Use only one block for small content areas, two or three great articles and content areas.

9) Place your ads as close as possible to the area of your page where you expect your visitors to focus their attention. A high skyscraper ad on the right side of the page, with most of the contents of the left will not do well.

10) Do not crowd the page ads. No back-to-back ad blocks. It does not look good and annoys your visitors. If you use multiple ad blocks, be aware that the first ads, which Google is in your HTML code will be ads with the highest income-per-click. For example, if you have a block hidden at the top of your page, and further encourage block some content, you will not receive the highest paying clicks.

11) ads using your page background color and no borders will work best for most locations. But for certain objects, such as forums and blogs, it is very difficult to blend oil and integrate ad blocks into content areas. For these types of sites you may need to use some ad contrasting colors and borders to get attention from your visitors. Changing colors and borders from time to time will also help prevent ad blindness regularly returning visitors.

12) Ad units generally work better than link units. Plot: a) Link units are small and often difficult to see b) Guest is to click twice to get to the advertiser's site (more work), and c) earnings are generally lower, although may be higher CTR (Large number of ad solutions for the visitors, but lower revenue per click).

13) If your site makes money in ways other than Adsense (eg you sell an e-book), be aware that your AdSense ads can lead your visitors away from your site before they are able to to spend money with you. Not count on them to click "Back" to return to your site. Therefore, we must compromise in ad placements. Also use filters to block ads from direct competitors.

14) Make sure your page titles and contents of Google allows you to easily determine what your site or page - to create relevant ads. Forums and blogs are common problems in this respect because of the wide range of topics in the content.

15) Use Adsense "section targeting" to offer Google which areas of your page as you deem most important. This helps Google to display the most relevant ads for you. Although this can not always get the results you want is worth a try, especially if you have a problem with poor ad relevancy factors.


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