GOOGLE ADSENSE 3
CONTINUE THE PART THREE
Once you are approved for Google AdSense
Once your blog is approved to host AdSense ads, you will want to add three blocks of ads to your blogger template. How and where you do this is critically important for how well you will earn from AdSense. You want advertisements to match your template and you want them to not look like blatant advertisements to your readers.
By reading the terms and conditions of AdSense you find that you are allowed to host three different AdSense ad blocks per website. For a blogger blog, you will want one at the top of the page, one within your message text and the other on the sidebar with your link. These have proved to be placed for many bloggers and are generally the preferred location for anyone who wants to make money with AdSense.
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Your number one goal with these three ad blocks is to mix them with the rest of your blog and not be visible to your readers as an advertisement. Google has helped you get out of this by giving you the ability to “blend” your ads with your chosen template. To do this you will go to the dashboard in Blogger and click Settings -> AdSense.
Note where it says “Blend Template” under “Blend Template“, this is the selection you always want to use! It is very important to mix your AdSense ads with the rest of your content. Although other colors may look better, people won’t click on them if they yell “ads” to them. It is better to stick with the work you have done for other bloggers and mix ads into your template.
“Choose ad format” massage is left from the dropdown box. This allows you to choose the size of your AdSense ad-block. The size of the block you select will determine where you want AdSense ads to appear on your blog and you want to see them organized on the page.
Google AdSense Block Location
You will want to keep all three blocks that Google allows you to place on your blog. The best place to block the first ad is at the top of your message. “Select ad format” and choose 468 X 15 horizontal.
Line ”format. This format will match well with your blog and will look like it is the menu bar of a traditional website. At the top of your blog, Google will automatically place the ad-block. Leave this as it is.
And place it at the sidebar of your blog for the second AdSense block. I will write in the next post to generate easily the AdSense console code.
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Generally, this second block just below your “link” section is a good place to place. If you choose the same font and text size as your link then you can make your AdSense like an additional link to your blog. To advertise in this block, choose a vertical rectangle that works best for what you have, and paste the code into your template where it says:
<h2 class = “sidebar-title”> links </h2> <ul> <li> <a href=”http://www.test.com/”> edit me </a> </li> < li> <a href=”http://www.test.com/”> edit me </a> </li> </ul>
By placing your AdSense block at the end of your link, it will blend well with them.
Your third AdSense block should be added so that it appears in the text of your posted messages. Again, you have to generate the code in the AdSense console and then you will want to paste it into your blog template here:
</ Blog Item title> <div class = “post-body”> <div>
By sticking your third block within your posted message content, you will put it enough in the reader’s view that they will click on the link. This may be the most profitable place of all for AdSense ads to appear.
If you don’t like the ad block in your posted message area, consider adding it just above the footer of your posted messages. By adding an ad block here, your readers will see the link and assume that you are suggesting them to read on the same subject of your message. As more readers will respondent and click on the ads, they more look like the recommendations, you remember. And eventually the more clicks you get the more money.
Graphics and Google Adsense
Another good AdSense money trick for experienced bloggers is to add a picture or graphic file directly above Google AdSense ads. Google requires you to separate the image from the ads and have a border to prevent them from appearing simultaneously. However, placing advertisements directly under the graphic puts your reader’s eye on the graphic and then naturally on the ads. This can be one of the most effective ways to keep AdSense on your blog! Just make sure that you follow Google’s requirement that you clearly separate advertising from graphics.
Your control center
Once you create an AdSense account and add your ad-block to your blog, you want to learn a little about the AdSense console for what it is and what it can do for you.
To login to your AdSense console, simply go online:
https://www.google.com/adsense/ Enter your email and password for AdSense, which you previously used to create your AdSense account.
Google AdSense Report Tab
The AdSense console is very easy to use. The first page you saw is the “Overview” page of the “Reports” tab. Here you will find the number of page print that is on your blog, the number of clicks on your ads, the click-through rate on your page, and your earnings. You can see today, this week, last week, all the time, etc … Using this simple overview you can start adjusting your ad-block locations and see if your revenue improves. Or declines depending on the location of your ad blocks. One good thing is that you can click here for one day and see the rate. Move your ads and then see if your click-through improve or fall. Look at the content on different days and find out if one topic gives you a better click than another. If so, you want to create more content based on those keywords. Your goal is the highest click-through rate possible.
As you can see in the graphic above, Google makes AdSense payments until you reach a total of $ 100 and specifically tells Google how to pay you. This helps keep Google’s overhead down and your earning potential higher.
In addition to various simple to use reports, Google provides you with a site diagnosis page. If there is a problem with Googlebot on your site, this site will alert you. It is a good idea to periodically look and make sure that everything is fine with your site.
Google AdSense Setup Tab
The AdSense Setup tab located in the AdSense console allows you to create customized text blocks that you will have to paste into your Blogger template, get code for AdSense for Search, and also an AdSense referral button that you can put on your blog Can. Revenue by referring other sites to use AdSense on their own sites.
From the “AdSense Setup” tab, you can easily create code for your ad blocks, change the color and appearance of your ad blocks, update your channels, and filter out any ads from competing websites.
Competitive ad filters “are visible in their Google AdSense ad blocks.
My Account tab
Under the “My Account” tab you will simply find your personal and financial information. This is where you will update your payment options or address, e-mail account, etc. …
Need more help with Google Adsense?
One of the best things about Google is that they believe that everyone needs some clear helpful explanations and easy to navigate help pages. He has done an excellent job creating his own “help” pages regarding AdSense. You can get the most help by reading the help screen in AdSense
Program with your blog. It is well worth it to take some time to familiarize yourself with these pages and the information contained within them.
Generating More Adsense Money
Forum signature files
One way to increase traffic to your blog is to post messages on Internet forums.
An Internet forum is simply a message board where people gather to talk and build their own online communities. There are forums on just about any subject you can think of. Seriously, you wonder what topics you can find forums on! You can find everything from birth to finance, from politics to world history, and virtually every other subject in between.
Most online forums allow you to file a personal signature. Within this personal signature file, you can usually put a link to your blog, a link to the website you own, or repeatedly, your name, the city you live in, or any other basic information that you Select who reads the forum. message. When you post a message on the forum, your signed file will automatically post the information you entered at the bottom of each message you posted. Using a signature on forums allows people to reach their target market.
You first want to sign-up for forums that either directly relates to your topic, or where people with interests similar to your topic hang-out online, and then enter your blog in your signature file Let’s include a link back. You want to ensure only good quality and more importantly relevant messages for the topic of the forum. You should aim to be a valuable partner in the platform. If your messages add value to the platform for other community readers, and you get to know some other posters and build an online friendship, they will likely check you out.
Blog and start reading it. When they find out that they like your blog, they will also post messages about it on their favorite forums and bring you more readers. They will start advertising their blog for you. What’s better than some passive ads? Nothing!
What you never want to do is join a forum and just post about how great your blog is and how everyone should see it. This is considered spamming and will result in you being banned from most forums, and even your blog itself may be closed. By doing this you will not get any meaningful traffic. You are annoying all people and could possibly add some nice rude comments to your blog. People will not check your blog because you say it is very good.
Forum of interest
It is very easy to find forums relevant to the topic of your blog. Suppose for a moment that you have a blog with the subject of “trout fishing”. You can simply go to www.google.com, or any other search engine you want to use, and type in “trout phishing + forums” and you’ll get 258,000 potential places back for trout phishing related forums. The list Google has given you will include some duplicates and some other junk, but you will also find that there are more trout phishing forums than you ever thought possible!
Due to the way search engines work, you will find that the most popular forums will appear at the top of search results pages. It is probably best to join them and get to know people. Because they have a high search engine ranking that tells you that they have a large membership and
A good understanding of the topic of your interest. They are the most likely places where people who enjoy trout fishing are roaming online.
Along with searching for “trout fishing”, you may also consider exploring other topics that may be of interest to others who trout fish. Some of these topics may include topics such as backpacking, camping, fishing, fly fishing, hiking, outdoor life, outdoor recreation, being off the ground, etc.… Think about everything you are interested in. And think of others or not. Those trout fish would also be interested in those things. From there you can come up with a whole new batch of searches and forums with relevant words to introduce and participate in it.
If you think that out of the box you can come up with unlimited options to share links on your blog. The more views you can bring, the more readers you can bring to your blog. The more readers on your blog, the more potential AdSense clicks and more money in your bank account.
Email signature files
These days every e-mail client provides you with the ability to create a signature file. Yahoo and Hotmail the free email accounts, allow you to create your signature file. Like an online message board or forum, this signature file is attached to every message sent from your e-mail account. Think of all the people you send emails to each day and all the potential new blog readers you can get from this one simple signature file.
If you attach a link to your blog to your e-mail message, you send people out, will always click on whether to e-mail you with them or not. People want to know because they are very curious creatures.
What is happening to other people and what are they thinking. Your blog lets them into your brain, so they will click on the link to your blog and see it.
These e-mail contacts can be potential blog readers, which you would not reach with online advertising in any other way. Using signature files allows you to easily reach a large number of people, yet initially, it should not cost more than a couple of minutes to set up the signature file yourself. And, if you have a good quality blog, then it is entirely possible that these new readers will pass along your link to everyone they know.
If you have multiple blogs and multiple e-mail accounts, you can insert links to all your blogs in the signature files of each e-mail account or add a link to your account. Try to think about what would get you the most traffic in the specific blogs you selected. You should always take time to promote your blog and your sites through your other blogs and sites; Even if they are not directly related to each other. Your goal for any blog or website should always be possible for most visitors and you can do this through promoting your sites where you can do both online and off.