Written by Abhishek Agarwal
Every single day I receive an email from someone or the saying:
"Abhi, please send me a list of keywords that will pay me $20-$30 per click in AdSense"
You see, I do not blame them for asking that question. It's not their fault. There is a lot of misinformation floating around the Internet. And newbies get attracted to anything that promises a lot of riches.
You will find many sites that will sell you lists of "High-paying AdSense Keywords" or list of keywords that will "Sky-rocket your AdSense earnings overnight".
They make you feel that if you purchase their list and design your sites based on these keywords, your AdSense earnings would touch the sky.
According to them, Google pays you around 50% of the keyword cost. So if someone clicks on the Ad, for a keyword costing $50, you will earn around $25...Cool!
But not so cool!
If it were that easy, you would find gazillions of AdSense success stories. Thin
Written by Jackson Bleu
Applying for a Google Adsense account is quick and easy for any interested webmaster. Just point your browser to www.google.com/adsense and click on apply. Click on the drop down arrow under account type and select whether you're an individual or business. If you're not sure which one to choose, click on the question mark to the left. Next, select your country or territory.
Under website information, it asks for your primary URL. If you have your own website, list it here. If you are using a blogging site such as writingup.com or bloggingparty.com that URL goes here.
Select your website's primary language. Google adsense supports Chinese (simplified), Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.
Written by Roy Leadwell
We have seen all the articles and blogs out there, the claims of big money being made form google adsense. The question you need to ask yourself is it possible for someone to start a website or a blog and actually make $1 million dollars in one year using the adsense program on your website?
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First let's take a look at the adsense program and what it has done for so many people. The Google Adsense program was created so that a person who owned a website or blog could display ads on their website and in turn google will share the revenue with that person. This is a revolutionary way of earning revenue because before adsense it was more difficult to set up a revenue stream that was as targeted as adsense is. The best part about their program is that the ads that run on your website or blog is they match the content of your site.
We have heard abo
Written by Boldbaba
Many bloggers rely upon revenue created by Google's popular contextual advertising program, Adsense. In all honesty, Adsense has probably been the driving force behind the increased level of interest in using blogs as a revenue producing tool. However, not all bloggers are able to use Adsense and it may not meet the specific needs of some other users.
If you have a blog that produces a nice stream of traffic and are looking for alternatives to Adsense, you may want to consider some of these options:
Adgenta. Adgenta is a keyword based advertising program that allows users to insert ads into their blog. Every time an ad is clicked, the blogger is paid a flat rate of $.015US. Adsense determines which ads to display based on its own assessment of your page's content. Adgenta, on the other hand, allows you to choose which keywords you would like it to use in choosing advertisements. This can be a great solution for those who have pages that fail to serve up relevant
Written by Jackson Bleu
Many web site owners are getting their Google Adsense account terminated when they have done nothing wrong to deserve the punishment. Considering the money that they are getting from Adsense, they would certainly want to get back into it.
Considering the money to be made with Adsense, it is no wonder that they would want to get back into it.
It is that same consideration why the Google Adsense click fraud is thought of and why many people are getting into it.
Click fraud is the act of clicking on ads for the purpose of costing the advertiser money. It is simply the same as paying out cash for false leads. Many people website owners are aware of this fraud and are sharing the same sentiment that this is the one big problem that Adsense is facing.
How do you prevent being involved in this fraud?
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