GOOGLE ADSENSE 2
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You also do not want to set up your blog with a set of keywords just for AdSense. You also do not want to copy the contents of free sites like Wikipedia and then paste them into your blog. These blogs are called splogs (short for spam blogs) and by doing so you can kick-off.
AdSense and Blogger too.
you should require a blog with original content, but not a bunch of keywords You can temporarily achieve a high search engine ranking by creating a splog, but why should readers go to your blog or return if all it offers them is to trash some keywords and click on the ad?
Googlebot may take some time to visit your website and determine what its main topic is. If your website is new to AdSense, Google will not speculate about your topic, it will only advertise on your blog for donations or public service announcements not to waste your Ad-Word client’s advertising dollars. This is also good for your blogger. The last thing you want to do is see ads on your blog that have nothing to do with its subject. Google has solved this problem by placing neutral ads.
Where do advertisements come from?
It is logical that at this point you may be wondering where Google brings the ads to your site. Google has another program called AdWords, where businessmen and individuals can advertise their websites through AdSense. These companies and individuals are assured that the advertisements the websites end up on will be relevant to the goods and services they wish to sell. Just like AdSense saves you time looking for advertisers for your site, AdWords saves a lot of time, energy and money for businesses that want to go out on their own without advertising on related sites and hosting their ads Let’s search for sites.
Using the AdWords program
Using the AdWords program, businesses and individuals bid on them and buy AdSense ads in large advertisements. Typically a business will pay for 500–1000 advertisements at a time. Based on their assigned keywords, a business allows AdSense to place their ads on sites that people are interested in becoming their potential customer.
Above the chicken blog for example, if you were a hatchery, or supplier of chicken stuff, you might want to advertise on blogs such as the one above for chickens. This is what AdWords and AdSense do. And, they do it very well for both advertisers and a host of advertisements. Hatchery wants to find chicken lovers and a blog about chickens is where he can easily find them. The blog wants advertisements that chicken lovers will like, and Hatchery is one of those ads.
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Just like AdSense can be a good way to make money from advertising, AdWords can be a good way to advertise your business or even your blog! If you’re looking at targeted traffic to a website, what better way to use AdWords than to advertise on websites like yours? There is simply no easy way. If you have a blog on a unique topic and are struggling to get traffic to it, you can buy AdWords ads and your blog link will appear on sites similar to yours, and this will add traffic to you. This added traffic will get you more clicks on your AdSense ads and will probably make more money than you paid to advertise on AdWords.
Using AdSense for Monetization
Google AdSense is used by many websites and blogs to monetize their sites. AdSense is good for monetization because it records advertisements for your site’s content. AdSense allows you to sell space on your site by setting it once and never having to think too much about it again, plus a little space and side of AdSense advertising blocks yourself on your site. Passive income is always the best form of income because it frees you
Working on other things and making you money in the background.
If you spend a little time placing an AdSense ad box on your site while creating it, and then keep your title and content with the subject of your blog, you can make money with AdSense without much thought. To generate a passive income AdSense is the greatest source Passive income is very important and valuable. Passive income is money that you get without having to work for it daily. This is just something you set-up once and then sit back and collect your money.
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One way to publish a successful monetized blog is to find a blog topic that is quite unique. Find a unique topic which means that you do not have a lot of websites to compete in search engines. By doing this you can generate a lot of natural visitors through search engine listings and then also get a lot of clicks on your AdSense ads from those visitors.
Entire posts have been written to find the “how-to” topic for publishing the best-monetized blogs. However, the easiest way is to search for topics that interest you and see how many pages hit sites as Google Returns; The lower the number, the better the subject. However, understand that everything you will discover will have a ton of hits. Any search with less than two million results is probably a great choice for a blog topic. A search of over ten million is probably not the best subject to choose from.
Trying to get good search engine rankings with a topic like chickens is much easier than trying to get a higher ranking with a subject like a computer. There are literally millions of websites with a computer theme; There are some very large sites, which are dedicated to the subject. You all have to compete for ranking! Why try and compete with IBM and Dell when you can just find something easy on the blog? It just doesn’t make sense to try. Stick to fewer keywords and you’ll see better traffic and AdSense revenue.
When you sign up for Google’s AdSense, you will be asked to agree to their “Terms of Service” agreement. This is an agreement that you should read and make sure that you can fully understand everything on it.
Google has very specific rules that you cannot do with your AdSense ads. And Google is very serious about their rules. For example, you are prohibited from preventing your readers from clicking on AdSense links. You are completely prohibited from clicking links on your sites. You are also prohibited from inserting Google AdSense links into pop-ups, popunders, or websites with any pornographic content. You are allowed only three AdSense boxes per website page. Understanding the terms of the AdSense agreement will go a long way towards helping you stay both ethical and profitable with your program. Ignoring their terms of service will only cause you problems and chances are that you will be away from the program forever.
Google tracks websites that are specifically built with a set of junk content to get AdSense clicks. Google does not like splogs and visits them after retaliation even encouraging other bloggers to report when they meet them online. These sites usually copy content from other websites or free content sites and then post it on their site for AdSense revenue only. This is against Google’s policy and when they meet they will pull their ads from these sites. As an ethical blogger this is actually a good thing for you and your success because it can prevent you from getting a higher ranking than your actual and legitimate blog, which you spend your time creating and keeping.
AdSense for search
Google also offers AdSense a partner program called “AdSense for Search”. On your blogs or website, the search program of the AdSense allows hosting of the google search box. When a visitor to your website searches through that search box you will be paid if they go to buy something online from the search. In other words, Google does not pay you for the search itself but pays you from any income earned from the search that was generated on your website.
AdSense can provide you a great income generation
Let’s say for a moment that your blog is about appliance repair. Someone finds your site looking for information about the problem they are having with their washing machine. Your blog has a Google search box. After the visitor read what you suggested could be the problem, they decided to search for a new washing machine. Maybe you have a review on your blog of a good washer that they might consider buying. If they buy this washing machine from search then you will get a share of the revenue from that purchase because the search started on your blog. How completely cool? All you have done is that a search box was hosted on your blog!
How much money can I make with AdSense?
So, it all sounds simple so far and you want to know how much money you can make for search through AdSense and AdSense, right? It depends on the question to that answer. Sorry, I know that is not a great answer or one that you were expecting to hear, but the best answer you could ever give you. Whoever gives you a different answer is lying to you!
How it pays for various clicks, google does not disclose it
The amount of money you can earn from AdSense and AdSense for Search depends largely on the amount of traffic to your site and how often you get clicks on Google ads.
Obviously, the more traffic on your site, the more potential clicks you will receive. Nobody knows how many visitors you will have, no one can tell you how many of those visitors will click on your ads. It is impossible to know.
What most people know about AdSense is that some clicks pay you only cents and others pay a few dollars for one click. The income depends on a very specific keyword and topics For obvious reasons, Google does not issue which clicks pay more and which pay less. This is one of the things you have to try and guess.
The single absolute best thing you can do to ensure that you make the most money with AdSense is to set up a quality blog with a good subject, post quality information on it regularly, And promote it to get maximum visitors. Using this model you can earn the most money from AdSense without playing games with Google or your readers.
How to work with Google
Once you create your blog in Blogger, it is very easy for you to sign up for AdSense. The first thing you want to do is go to the AdSense console online:
On the AdSense opening page you will want to click the “Click here to apply” button.
Clicking the “Apply” button will take you to another sign-up screen, where you will enter your blog’s URL, your name, address, phone number, and other general information about yourself.
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You also need to check the boxes that acknowledge that you will never click on your own Google AdSense ads, that you will not place ads on sites that include incentives to click on ads, that you Ads on any pornographic sites will not place content, which you can create under your own name, and that you read the AdSense program policies and that Area agree. Remember to take time here to read and understand the program’s policies!
The final program, AdSense program policies, is very important for you to read and make sure that you understand it completely. Google is very cautious about AdSense complying with its rules and regulations. You can never click on your own ads, you cannot ask your readers to click on the ads hosted on your sites, and you need to understand where you can place ads and you Where can not. Understanding AdSense policies and rules will probably save you a lot of trouble in the future.
After you apply to host AdSense on your blog, you will be asked to confirm your request via the email address provided on your application. To do this, simply open your e-mail client, and click on the link to confirm that you actually applied for AdSense in the message Google sent you. This step tells Google that you are who you say you are.
Once you have confirmed your request by clicking on the email link you sent, you will have to wait for it to be approved by Google. Google usually takes two to three business days to get you back. AdSense is generally approved for whoever makes the application. They are mostly just making sure that you have the site that you say you do and that you don’t already have another AdSense account. They are not really looking at your site itself and what is on it. Even if your blog has only one post on it and they approve you for AdSense hosting.
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During the waiting period you can do nothing but AdSense, except to think about where you would like your ads to appear on your blog. Due to this waiting period, it is best to apply for AdSense after you have created your blog – even if you do not yet have a single message to post. After you apply you should first make a post on your blog so that Google can see that you are creating a blog and what it is basically about the approval process.
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