Tuesday, August 08, 2006

42 Ways to Make More Money With Adsense

  1. Remember: Adsense doesn't make you money; traffic makes you money
  2. Write posts that link to good content on higher-ranked sites in your niche. If your traffic is low, click on those links yourself - webmasters will take notice.
  3. Post on forums in your niche and add your site to your signature
  4. Submit articles to article directories
  5. Use Technorati Tags
  6. Submit your best articles to Digg and Del.icio.us
  7. Comment on other blogs with similar themes to yours
  8. Become a regular on several similarly-themed blogs you like
  9. Use Google Sitemaps
  10. Write about well-known people in your niche
  11. Use a blogroll, but only add sites that you would really recommend. Less is more.
  12. Read Problogger
  13. Remember: Good content + good advertising = traffic
  14. Choose a niche you're passionate about
  15. Post/write an article/add content every day
  16. Make your content unique and useful
  17. Be timely: break news, comment on new information, become a valuable source of interesting new stuff
  18. Be yourself. If you're funny, be funny; if you're not, don't try to be. Be confident that your personality will draw like-minded readers.
  19. If you can't think of anything interesting to post about, find something interesting to post about.
  20. If you can't find anything interesting to post about, keep looking.
  21. You just read something interesting that has nothing to do with your site's theme. Find a way to make it relevant. Use it as an example or integrate it into a story. Use it.
  22. Read Copyblogger
  23. Remember: Traffic + Adsense = Money - So don't get kicked out
  24. Read the Adsense TOS and don't break it
  25. While you're at it, read all the Adsense guides Google provides
  26. Do NOT encourage readers to click Adsense ads
  27. If you're placing a picture specifically to subtly draw attention to Adsense Ads, make sure the ads are clearly distinguished from the image (borders or a line between the two)
  28. If you're unsure if your ads comply with the Adsense TOS, ask them for a review
  29. Better yet, design your ad concept on a hidden page and have Google review it first
  30. Remember: Traffic + Adsense optimization = More Money
  31. Study the Google Heat map
  32. Place site-relevant pictures near your ads
  33. Color images are often better than black-and-white
  34. Animations are lame
  35. Integrate your ads with your site design
  36. Place ads between blog posts
  37. Place ads in blog posts
  38. Consider borderless Adsense ads
  39. Use wide ad formats
  40. Be Patient: Time, trial and error are what you need to succeed
  41. Give your Adsense implementation a few weeks (at least) before drawing any conclusions
  42. Use channels. You are going to want to know which ads are being clicked and which aren't.

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