10 Adsense tips(tips no.2 and 3)

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Tip #2: Quantity Outweighs Quality
Unless you are extremely gifted at predicting the future, we suggest that you
heed this secret. It is based on simple math. The more opportunities you are
working with, the better you can expect the results to be.
We learned a long time ago that we cannot accurately guess which markets are
going to profitable and which are not.
Now do not misunderstand us. We do all the standard market research that we
all need to do before choosing a market.
We would investigate Overture’s search numbers and cost per clicks, we’d check
on the competition, we’d make sure there were at least 2 or 3 reliable and solid
affiliate programs associated with the particular market and so forth and so on.
We were doing our homework.
But even after all the research, the investigating, there were some markets that
we were simply not able to turn a profit in.
More often than not, we noticed that this failure had nothing to do with the
competition that we faced in that market. In fact, there were some markets that
were very competitive in which we achieved very high rankings. Then, for some
reason, there were other markets that should have been a snap for us to profit in
that did not pan out at all. There were times when we couldn’t even make the top
10 for a single keyword!
So that’s when we decided to employ a new methodology.
It’s simple: throw enough out there and something will hit the target.
And it works.
After using this rather simple method and seeing the results, we no longer care if
a market appears to be quality market or not. Our results proved to us, at least,
that if we go into 10 markets, we can usually expect 2 or 3 of them to turn out to
be profitable winners.
Once we understood that this method, while simple, returned good results, we
continued to use it. We would put in another ten markets per week, and over
time, by doing that, week after week, we eventually built a huge network of sites,
in hundreds of different markets, all of them profitable.
9.Now, you can follow our suggestion and do what we have been doing or you can
work yourself to death trying to find those few “perfect” markets, which, as far as
we are concerned, actually change one week from the next.
Our method takes work. There is no way around that truism. But we have some
tips on that for you as well.

Tip #3: This is business. It is not playtime.
You might be surprised by the number of people who complain that they do not
make any significant income from their AdSense campaigns. When we ask them
how many markets they’re in or how many domains they have, their answer is
usually 10 or 15 markets, and only 1 or 2 domains per market.
Here is another truth that many people do not want to face head-on. You cannot
make any money with AdSense unless you are in a lot of markets. And within
those many markets, you must have many websites if you want to really
penetrate your niche market and make the most profits from that market. In
today’s world, you need to have a lot of smaller sites.
So how can you do all of that?
Well, you cannot, unless you first address some important issues.
In order for you to accomplish all this work, you need three things:
1) Procedures
2) Achievable Goals
3) Help
PROCEDURES: As mentioned above, in order for you to maximize your profits
and exposure, you must have a lot of websites working for you. With that being
the case, you need to have some system of generating a lot of websites and be
able to get those sites up and running in as quick a fashion as possible.
So how about an assembly line metaphor? Let’s assume you want to get into 20
markets. One way to do this would be for you to do the keyword research for all
20 markets. Then purchase your domain names. Then setup your hosting
accounts. And lastly build and upload your web pages.
Your procedure, in this case, allows you to work in a systematic, organized way
which is much more efficient than attempting to build each site, one at a time,
and one domain at a time.

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