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Discussion in 'Website Development & Design' started by imsaurabh4u, Sep 30, 2009.
can any one help me about how to earn money using google adsense??
In a nutshell, this is how Adsense works...
1. Sign up for a Google Adsense account
2. Get the Codes from Google Adsense Set up page and put them in your website (If you use Blogspot, you need not even mess up with the codes. It's all about just clicking)
3. Increase your website's traffic. More the clicks your visitors make, more the money you make.
To get into a bit of the details, Read more on Adsense Channels. This is the key area where you should be concentrating on to increase your earnings.
Basically dahila84 is right. Just for your information, you need to submit your website / blog to adsense for review before you get approved. You can only get the code once you get approved from adsense
No, you cant. This is against adsense TOS and you will get banned if adsense found that you either ask people to click or encourage people to click on the advertisement
above member have mention basic things and correct also except pemula
if u want earn money adsense.....try have good website or blog ...with more visitor (unique)
only then u can earn money
it like the more the quality visitor u get the more u earn
First thing I like to say is, Adsense is not good if you want to earn from your site, however it just pays you $2 or $3 per day. But if you try other affiliates you can get per sale. That means 50% more then adsense.
Just a tip.
I dont agree that adsense is not good and it just pays $2 or $3 per month. The earning is no limit, just depend how good are you, some member are even earn more than 6 figure per month
That was my typing mistake, I am telling about $2 or $3 a day.
I also know that you can make in 6 figures with adsense but at the same times if you use affiliates or anything else you can make double of it.
And the guys who used to make in six figures in adsense have already left using adsense.
Examples : Darren Rowse - Problogger.net
John Chow - johnchow.com
Jeremy Schoemaker - shoemoney.com
Well Adsense has hardly worked for me. So I don't use it on my blog anymore.
Well, I use Adsense on my blog so I can earn from it as a bonus on my blog.
I made up my blog for entertainment purposes and not for earning purposes.
To the Thread Starter.
you can easily incorporate your Adsense account, if you are approved, easily to your Blogger blog with just a click of a button.
They already told you the basics regarding AdSense...
Every info you need is written on their site:
And also take note of their policies
i think adense is good for the gurus. its not for the newbees because they dont have any experience and knowledge even regarding the website creation then how can they know ho w to place ads on their sites? adsense earning require: websites, quality content, keywords, updates, traffic, SEO. and in my apinion a single individual cant do this alone
Well, anyone can do this. It really makes me wonder why you said that it's not for everyone.
Anyone could create a blog with the use of Google's free blogging site, Blogger. It's a newbie friendly blogging platform. There are lots of themes available online so one can easily customize his/her blog. Plus most widgets/add-ons are just drag and drop ones. It's easy to learn the basics of blogging as long as you are willing to learn.
By trial and error. One of the great benefits of using Adsense is the excellent reporting system that they provide. These reports allow you to analyse how many clicks your ads are receiving, how much you are earning from each ad, per thousand visitors to your site and much much more.
Try the ads in on your site for a month and then look at the results in your Adsense reports. Make a change in your ads - such as the type of ad you use, the position of the ad, text v's graphic ad, colour of ad etc. Then analyse the results after another month and see if the change brought you better or worse results. Then make another change, analyse the results in another month and keep learning.
Google also provides excellent information for publishers of Adsense ads.
You might find this section on Improving Adsense Ad Performance particularly helpful.