Friday, September 01, 2006

Adsense Video

Today is Friday! And my brain turns down. One thing I can do is watching Google videos

And I have found one interesting Adsense video. And I have placed it here.

Thursday, August 31, 2006

The Truth About Google Adsense Gurus and Multiple Sites

Google Adsense: What About Buying From Guru's and Multiple Sites

I have a number of different Websites but would like to have just one Google Adsense Account. How many adsense accounts do I need?

In fact, all you need is one account. The more sites you have displaying Google Adsense ads, the more money you will make. You don’t even have to notify Google of the new sites. Be sure that any new site you add conforms to Google Adsense Program Policies, because if your account gets terminated for any reason, you would not be able to display the Google Adsense ads on any of them.

It is recommended that for each site you use a different channel. A channel is a method that Google has set up which allows a way to see how each site is bringing in visitors as well as the intake of money.

Once you add a channel all you have to do is copy and paste the ad layout code into the site.

The same rules apply when adding an Adsense for Search box to your new site. Simply choose all the parameters from the choices displayed, copy the code to the new site or new pages within the old site. As in the beginning, Google’s webcrawler will detect the code and you’re all set.

Do not place your Google Adsense on sale pages. After all you want the visitor to seriously consider your product.

What about those "gurus" trying to sell Google Adsense “Secrets” E-books and Reports?

As with any money-making venture, there are pitfalls, pros and cons and some outright cons. As popular as Google Adsense has become, it’s no surprise there is a wealth of information for sale. If you try some info about Google Adsense you’ll see what I mean. There are those promising they make thousands and thousands of dollars a month from Google Adsense and they are willing to share their “secrets” with you – for a price.

The fact is Google Adsense will tell you everything you need to know – for free. They have a support site that covers virtually everything you would need to know about the program and experience will teach you the rest, although I admit I have seen a couple of interesting books on amazon.com.

There are a lot of people out there in cyberspace who will gladly answer your questions for free and there are many forums where you can post questions. You can even email the Google Adsense Support Staff if you have questions that their Support Site doesn’t answer.

Experience will probably be your best teacher anyway. And the good news is the Google Adsense program makes that experience painless in that you have nothing lose. So just take a chance on yourself for now. Learn everything you can to maximize your earning potential. And read from reliable sources. Ask others who do it.

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Big numbers game is Adsense game

OK. Now You have one website that you have build an optimized for Adsense. You have promoted this website as good as you can. There are 100-200 unique visitors daily. How mach money this site brinks to you? $1 or $2 daily. What have you to do now? Promote this website or build another one?

It depends of website and your SEO skills. If you are not SEO guru, build another adsense website. Build website in another niche. Promote them. You can do it. You already have one website with 100-200 visitors daily.

OK. Now your have two websites that brings you $2-$4 daily. How many you will earn daily if you will build 100 websites? Build them. And promote them.

When you build 10-20 websites, you can promote your new websites just adding links from existing ones.

If you can’t write content for 100 websites use private label rights article to do it. Just rewrite them.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Unseen Uses for Google Adsense...

When I started using Google adsense I did so by signing up with the Google Cash Machine. I found the information enthralling and couldn’t wait to get to the end and at last understand why numerous sites displayed Google ads. As I soaked up the information on how you can make money by displaying Google ads on your web site. I was introduced to terms like keyword generation, overture and adsense, adwords, site maps to name but a few.

As the realisation dawned that you can create webs sites, based on keywords that are specific to niche subjects, which will display content sensitive Google ads, which can then earn you money…boom it hit me like a bomb. It suddenly struck me that here was a complete new area of the web that I had not previously explored, and one that had more potential to make me money than any of those HYIP’s, MLM’s and web superstores.

With all new areas of potential home based Internet businesses you find yourself immersed in a waterfall of unknown words, terms and new areas of interest. It is not as simple as saying I now know what a keyword is, because then you suddenly realise that you have got to generate those keywords. That’s another new area keyword generation. Then you see the ad for a keyword analysis tool and before you know it you’re off down that road, should I buy this, or maybe that and you’ve stopped progressing with your Google cash machine.

Stop…

Let’s get that first Google adsense site up, it might not be the best in the world but you’ve got the knowledge now lets turn that into experience. At last I had produced my first Google Cash Machine web site based on keywords about Flight, cheap flights, cheap flights Spain, etc…. I put the site up as a sub site of my galaxies-private-income.ws domain. What next? Submit the site to Google adsense so that it knows about your channel. (Website).

Having submitted it, I wondered how I would know when it was making me money.

Some hours later I logged onto Google adsense and selected reports. There for me to see was the number of hits on my first Google cash machine website. The numbers were nothing to write about, but it did strike me as odd that back in the days when I put my first web site up I struggled to find a hit counter. Eventually I did, but here on my Google adsense report page was a comprehensive report of my site how many hits and page impressions received, you can even select a date range. However, I digress, rather than continuing to extol the virtues of Google adsense reporting tools this rather brings me to the point of this article.

And that is….

That even if I don’t make millions out of my new found knowledge and experience with Google ads I have found a great way of tracking page hits and impressions on any website I may create, with great reporting and best of all its Free.

Google Adsense Site
Flight Site

Stephen J Skyvington-Diplock has been active on the web for nearly three years. Currently he has a number of websites on the web marketing various products in various niche markets. You can reach him at galaxisoptin@btconnect.com. Or visit his websites at http://www.galaxis-private-income.ws or http://home.btconnect.com/Galaxis

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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

3 Practical Models To Quickly Earn And Maximize Google Adsense Revenue As A Publisher

Looking back in time, I could still remember standing in awe and reading the exploits of one adsense publisher who was starting a membership service for people keen to maximise their earnings as a google adsense publisher. He claimed to be making over $40K a month from his google adsense revenue and an almost equal amount from affiliate products.

In my mind,I could not help but believe that if he could be so successful, I could also be successful...and everyone can also be equally successful in developing content websites and allowing google adsense to be published on these websites.

Months followed later where I carried out research on Google Adsense, talked to people who were successful publishers, joined a couple of memberships sites myself, read a few ebooks on the subject, spent hundreds of dollars on tools and webpage generating software...the whole works.

My aim was simple - uncover the successful methods and make at least one of these techniques as mine and be equally successful , if not better.

What were my results? Briefly, there were 3 models that could lead to success. There might be more, but these 3 models figured prominently as I carried out my personal private research.

THE CONTENT MODEL
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In the content model, a mini site is developed for a niche project. Generally, you would find the keywords for niche topics with a low R/S value, build a theme around these keywords and work out a mini website of around 20 to 50 pages. The key to such a website is written content. In many cases, I found reprint rights articles were also used and these were also sites that were successful in bringing in consistent traffic and revenue. Each page is normally written around just one keyword and the entire webpage is tightly SEOed (search engine optimized).

THE SINGLE-PAGE MODEL
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In the second model, a one page article forms the website with google adsense on that article.In order to feature prominently, website promotion is necessary for this model. This is effected by submitting articles using automated softwares and gathering links in return. There were reports that this model is successful, however I did not receive figures to substantiate this claim nor have seen any figures.

THE NUMBERS GAME MODEL
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This is by far the model that was reported to be widely successful. This model is based on the concept of " Build, Build and Build!". In other words, an incessant non-stop drive to keep on building websites and treating the business as stricly one of providing workable content sites for publishing adsense. However, care must be exercised at all times to follow Google Adsense Terms of Service. A prominent feature of this model was to use some form of auto generating software such as softwares that can generate directories or portals, the use of RSS and blogging to maintain and update the sites on a daily basis or a series of rotating templates. Care must also be keenly exercised that the sites must have content, and not merely appear spammy with results scrapped from search engines. One piece of advice from a veteran adsense publisher was that he would run over his sites such that he was clearly satisfied that the web pages were actually pleasing to a visitor and that the webpages were designed for humans. Often quoted by proponents of Model 3 is that the key to maximizing google adsense revenue and indeed affiliate revenue was to engage in a "numbers game". The more websites you build and commission, the higher is the revenue provided your keyword research is well done. In one case, one publisher claimed that his 65 years old mother could also work on this model by using a RSS system and was earning a good income just a few weeks into the model.

Which of the three models is applicable and useful to you? Are you in for the long term as a serious adsense publisher?

Above all these, you will need a compilation of good resources to assist you in your business as an adsense publisher. Gather the correct resources, personalize the good information and keep working on your model until you reach a good measure of success. Be of good faith, do not falter and you will reach success.


About the Author:

Peter Lim is a Certified Financial Planner and a webmaster who has a keen interest in internet marketing. He maintains a website "The Best of Google Adsense Free Resources- Secrets, Tricks and Tips" which provides a fine compilation of tips and references, including a free adsense tracking software at http://www.dynamic-resources.info/adsense


Read more articles by: Peter Lim ,CFP

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How create profitable digest blog for Adsense

If you have no time to write content, you can find it from free sources and use it for digest blogs. But there are some questions. Is this type of blogs profitable? Can I use Adsense to monetize it? The answers are “Yes” and “Yes”.

This type of blogs is had good results using Adsense. But there are some tricks that improve results.

  1. Find the most relative content as you can. If you have blog about “Adsense” find “adsense” related content, not “context advertisement” related.
  2. If you can, write unique headlines for posts.
  3. If you can, write short review before article that you post.
  4. Some times post self-written posts.

And the last do not use social bookmarks to promote not unique posts. It looks like SPAM!

The Best Place To Put Your Adsense Ads!

Where’s the best place to put your adsense ads? On your web pages of course. Ok, just kidding. The real question should be: “Is there really any truth to the rumors that where you place those Google AdSense ads can actually improve response?” According to my best information, the answer to that question is: Yes.

Google’s own AdSense experts say that that there is a direct correlation between the placement of the AdSense ads and the resulting clickthrough.

When ads are placed in “content zones”, rather than in “advertising zones”, response rates on Google AdWords goes up. There are also indications showing that ads appearing on the right side of the page get clicked more than ads appearing on the left side.

Advertising analysts with degrees in human behavior and psychology have spent thousands of man-years (people-years?) studying how people read printed and Internet content and what it takes to get them to respond to ads. While some of these studies are proprietary, or are only available to anyone with $10,000 or more to spend on a copy, other studies have been made public and can be read by anyone who is interested.

Google themselves has released some relevant information which is focused directly on increasing your Google AdSense response. You can read their findings here.

Of course, all of the studies in the world aren’t worth a hill of beans if the findings don’t work on your web site. That’s why it is important to test, test and test again. Experiment with your Google AdSense placement and track the results over a period of time. Google provides response tracking tools in your AdSense control panel. Learn how to use them. As you begin to see what may be only subtle differences in response, you’ll be able to determine what works best for your particular site. But don’t get complacent. What’s working for you now might not work next month if you change your site design or content.

One of the most important factors in determining placement of your ads is the type of content that your site delivers. If you are primarily an e-commerce site, and you have a lot of pictures and ad copy for your own products competing for attention against AdSense ads, then it is going to be a particularly tough challenge getting any kind of decent Google AdSense clickthrough. It is situations like this that require very thorough testing and a lot of trial and error.

Blogs seem to have a lot of success generating high response rates to Google AdSense listings. Perhaps it’s because blog readers realize that ad revenue is the only way that their favorite blogmaster can keep the lights on, so the readers think of clicking on ads as a way to make a donation(possible adsense click fraud though).

Regardless of what the experts say, your best bet is to tailor your Google AdSense ad placement to what your own experience shows works best for you. In the end, you’re the only expert who matters.

Radu Antohi is the owner of an adsense resource (http://www.adsblog.info). Alot of interesting resources there, make sure to check out. He is also managing ProfitHost (http://www.profithost.net), a reliable hosting company.

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Sunday, August 27, 2006

Adsense blogging

If you already have own blog or plan to start one, adsense is perfect way to monetize it. Adsense works perfect for any “expert’s blogs” or content blogs. It means that if you have niche blog there you post articles, reviews and so on, you have to place Adsense blocks.

Browsing thousands content blogs with perfect Adsense revenue I have found some rules that they follow these rules:

  1. Find narrow niche for your blog. Become an expert in this niche.
  2. Create at least one post daily.
  3. Place Adsense blocks close to content

The first rule is the most important. But it’s harder to follow. There are some tips how to choose good niche:

  1. Write down at least 50 your interests into list. What is your hobby? What do you like to do? What niche are you an expert?
  2. Write down 3-4 keywords for each list item.
  3. Use Google Keyword Tool to find the niche with the highest paid keywords.
  4. Choose niche from the top 5.
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