Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Make Money With Google AdSense (Part 2)

I now manage all of my sites with

Use Site Build It! -
A Web Host Made for AdSense

This is a revolutionary web host like no other. I
use it for my site, flat-stomach-
, and after only 11 months the
site was earning over $700 per month for
AdSense alone.

Two years after launch, the total monthly
earnings shot up to $2,000 to $2,500.

Today, the site continues to earn money from
AdSense yet I have no products to sell. I'm
simply offering information on a topic I know a
lot about and SBI showed me how to rank high
in the search engines for various keyword
phrases. Over 90% of traffic comes from the
free search engines.

The reason SBI is different from the other do-it-
yourself hosts is that first it provides all the web
page building and marketing help all in one place.
Your domain registration, web hosting and
marketing help come with the price..

Super Easy Web Page Builder

Creating your pages is as simple as entering text
into form fields and using the user-friendly editor
to add text, create links, add pictures and more.
No software is needed to install or download.
You simply select a template you want to use and
your site is built in seconds...literally.

I took a screenshot of the SBI! interface...

Free Guides

What's even better is that you will have access to
tons of free guides that show you how to
optimize your site for the popular search engines
so you can get as much free traffic as possible.

Remember, without traffic, you won't make any
money with AdSense. That's why having a host
like SBI is so important. Keep in mind, a regular
DIY host does NOT help you with search engine
rankings and traffic.

Brainstorming Tool

Site Build It also comes with a powerful
brainstorming tool. So for all of you sitting there
wondering about a topic, this tool literally scours
the net and helps you decide on the best topic by
showing demand and supply (i.e. number of
sites on X topic and roughly how feasible it will be
to bring in traffic for that particular subject). It is

The creator of Site Build It even built a micro site
that describes how to maximize your AdSense
earnings. And since Site Build It's main goal is to
show you how to build income through
content...it's almost as if AdSense was designed
specifically for a web host like SBI.

the SiteSell AdSense site here.

I highly recommend using SBI -- especially if you
plan on building a site specifically to earn money
from AdSense. It is the kind of host that stands
for everything AdSense is about -- rewarding
website owners for building an abundance of
useful content.

Even though the two companies are not related, it
really is the perfect marriage between a great
concept like AdSense and a web host that is
dedicated to showing you how to make money
by simply providing information.

Successful SBI Websites

Be sure to also take a peek at all the successful
SBI websites created by mostly beginners who
have never created a site before. Every site listed
on this page is in the top 3% in terms of amount
of traffic received on the web - thanks to the SBI
search engine help.

Find out why I think SBI! is best for

How to Join AdSense

In late 2008, Google tightened up their acceptance
policies. According to an email I received from
someone who was trying to join the program,
you now must meet the following criteria before
you are accepted...

- Your website must be your own top-level
domain (www.domain.com and not
domain.com/mysite). That means you can't
just sign up with a free blogger or free
web hosting account and get approved for

- Your domain name must have been
registered and active for at least 6 months
before you apply

- The registration information that you
provide during the AdSense registration
must match your domain name registration

- Your website must contain a substantial
amount of original content

Once you meet the above criteria, go to http://adsense.google.com to apply.

When you are accepted, simply copy and paste
the provided HTML code into any page that you'd
like to show the ads. If you've done a good job of
defining the content on your web pages, the ads
that show should be relevant to the content of
your page...increasing the chances of click-thrus
by your visitors.

You can either display the ads vertically along side
the page like Google does or in a banner-like
formation horizontally across your pages. The
placement is up to you. You can even customize
the colors to match your site's theme.



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