Tuesday, December 12

Adsense: Earn Money by Showing Ads

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AdSense is an ad servicing program run by Google. You can use this program to earn revenue by showing and getting clicked on text, image and video ads on your website(s) / blog(s).

These ads are administered by Google and generate revenue on either a per-click or per-thousand-impressions basis.

AdSense has become a popular method of placing advertising on a website because the ads are less intrusive than most banners, and the content of the ads is often relevant to the website.

Note that Google prohibits people from using phrases like “Click on my AdSense ads” to increase click rates. Phrases accepted are “Sponsored Links” and “Advertisements”.

Your daily adsense earnings are determined by 4 things:

The number of clicks by your users on the Adsense ads. This is a factor that you can’t and actually are not allowed to influence on! Google’s Adsense terms directly forbids you to encourage your users click your ads. This means you cant write “please support us, click the ads” or “find more information by clicking the ads” etc. Be warned, using any of these methods or similar (there are many variations), will get you banned from theadsense program, and all your earnings will be lost! Play fair !

So what can you do to get more Google Adsense clicks legally? There are actually many ways to legally encourage a higher click through rate.

The number of page views you serve (how many pages your website visitors view). 

This is the factor that you can have the greatest influence on. The more page views (visitors) to your website, the higher is the chance that you will get clicks on your adsense ads. However, before you rush out and generate thousands of hits to your website, please consider the fact that quality visitors will generate higher revenue for you than “Bulk” visitors. Quality visitors are people who have a genuine interest in the subject your website is about, and are therefore more likely to be interested in the Google Adsense ads served on your website pages.

Example:

Let’s say that your website is about Siamese cats, and you get a lot of general non targeted visitors (bulk) – how many will click on an ad about breeding Siamese Cats?Now, on the other hand if you try to get quality visitors that are passionate about Siamese Cats, your chances are much higher that some of your visitors want to read about breeding Siamese Cats. 
So to sum this up, always design your website, and write your content to a targetted audience.

Your CTR (Click Thru Rate) = page views divided by clicks in percentage.

Your CTR is simply a measurement for how well you are doing as an Adsense Publisher. What this means is that, if you have a high CTR on your pages, you are likely to be serving well written content, that are targeted to your audience. It appears that Google is favouring Adsense publishers with a high CTR, and therefore paying a higher percentage to these publishers.

The amount paid by a AdWords advertiser, for the keyword a Adsense add is about. It is important to understand how the Google Adsense and Google AdWords programs interact. GoogleAdWords is a program for the advertisers, meaning that they pay Google a certain amount for each click thruon their ads on a given keyword. Google Adsense is the program for webmasters (publishers), that pays publishers for clicks on content relevant ads.

Example:

John creates an Google AdWords ad about used BMW car parts, and want the ad to appear on pages that are relevant to BMW car parts. 
Brian runs a community page for BMW fans, and have a section on his site about buying and selling BMW car parts. 
One of Brian’s visitors clicks on John’s Ad, and John is charged x $ for this click. Brian on the other hand is awarded with x $ by Google for serving the ad, and the resulting click. 
So what does that mean for you as a Adsense Publisher ? 
Unfortunately Google doesn’t reveal what a click is worth, so you can only do a bit of qualified guessing using these

Some clicks range from $0,00 and are seen to go over $50 !

So you now know what is adsense!!!!

Whether you should join the Google adsense program or not – is entirely up to you. However, if you have some free ad space on your website(s), you should certainly consider joining Google adsense.

Here are a few reasons for you to consider about adsense:

  1. No need to change outdated ads on your website – everything is handled by Google’s adbot googlebot.
  2. Google adsense serves non intrusive ads, compared to popins, popouts, floating ads etc.

  3. Display well written content related advertising, that will match your site subject.

  4. Save time finding advertisers for your ad space.

  5. One simple code to paste on your pages, no programming skills needed.

  6. You can change the colours of the adsense ads displayed, so that they fit your current site layout.
  7. Google adsense is easy to join, most websites with original content gets accepted.

To sign up you need:

  1. Website or Blog:
    • Website: For website you can hire a webdesigner or you can design your own. There are many free website designer online also such as Wetpaint or Google Pages
    • Blog: For a blog the easiest and most popular way is Blogger.com
  2. Adsense Acount:
    • Making an Adsense account is very simple you can see a adsense sign up button at the end of this page.
    • What you have to do is fill it the form you will get an email and your adsense account is verified
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