Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Make Money With Google AdSense (Part 1)

Anyone who owns or is thinking about creating a
website would be crazy to ignore this.

I am happy to say that making money with your
site, no matter the topic, has become easier than
it's ever been before - and it's 100% legitimate.

Untold Facts About AdSense

you need to
know in order to succeed with the program!
Yes, the money can be great, but if you don't
learn how to build a site that attracts targeted
traffic then you won't make much from AdSense.

Don't pay a cent for these "Get Rich Quick" books
on AdSense. Many of them are all hype. Learn all
you need to know for free.

Right click and "Save As" to download this
What is AdSense?

What is AdSense?

Google.com earns most of its revenue by
allowing other website owners to advertise on
their search result pages. All this is managed
through a program they call AdWords.

Now you can earn a share of the revenue that
Google earns from AdWords by displaying these
same text ads on your site. In other words,
you're helping Google advertise and they pay you
a percentage of what they earn.

Every website owner should at least consider the
program. Even if your site is just for information
purposes, you can still participate and make
decent money with AdSense -- or at least enough
to fund your website.

So if you are one of those people that doesn't like
the idea of paying for a site, this is an excellent
way to earn your money back and then some.

How AdSense Works

Don't like to read a lot of text?

Watch my 4-
minute video on how AdSense works.

"Is Google Crazy?"

I know what you're probably thinking...

"What's the catch here? Why would Google just
give away money advertisers are paying them?"

The answer...

Because Google is very smart.
If you understand how AdSense works, you will
see that it's a wi

"How Much Can I Earn With AdSense?">

Google does not disclose exactly how much
you'll earn per ad that is clicked.

The commission you receive per click depends
on how much advertisers are paying Google for
the particular ad. You will earn a share of that
amount. I've heard of earnings anywhere from 2
cents to $15 per click.

So it is logical to believe that keyword phrases like
debt free, employment, make money, mp3, sex,
etc. will earn you more per click since these are
highly competitive keywords that are searched
for quite a bit on the web.

Advertisers generally pay more for popular terms
because they are searched for more.

Even though Google will not reveal how much
you are earning for each ad that is clicked from
your site, you can still login to your account at
any time and see the total amount of revenue
you've generated that day, week, month, year,

For example, if you see that you've made $12.60
today from 9 clicks then you can calculate that
your average click-thru commission was $1.40
per click. That's as detailed as their stats will get.
Also remember, that's only an average. You
won't know how much each specific ad brought

The amount you'll earn also depends largely on
the amount of targeted traffic you receive to your
own site, how well the ads match your
audience's interests, the placement of the ads on
your pages, and of course the amount you
receive per click.

Ideally, you should create a site on a topic you
know a lot about. That way you'll have a much
easier time creating a generous amount of
content on that subject.

Why I Believe AdSense Works So Well

For years, website owners have tried to make
money from their sites by putting up banner ads
in hopes of visitors clicking them. The problem
with banner ads is that the Internet audience is so
immune to them, people do not click on them

When's the last time you clicked a banner ad?


Second, in order for the web site owner to earn
money from that banner ad, usually the web
surfer that clicks has to purchase something.
With AdSense, your visitors just have to click the
ads. They don't have to purchase a single thing.

Third, most people that use banner ads do not do
a good job of matching the ads to the website's
content so the click thru percentages are dismal.
With Google's AdSense, not only are you
displaying text ads, (which tend to receive a
much higher click-thru rate than banner ads), but
you are displaying contextual ads that match
your website's content....thanks to Google's
advanced technology.

Lots of times people think the ads are part of your
site's content so they click because the
information is relevant to your site. Whereas
with banner ads, they often have little relevance
and people tend to ignore them no matter how
much they flash and fly across the page.

Creating Your Website for AdSense

Before you even begin your site, make sure
you've come up with a topic that you feel you
know plenty about. That way it will be easiest to
write a lot of content.
The more content you have, the better chance
you have getting accepted into the program.

Also, the more content, the greater the earning
potential. AdSense is nothing but a numbers
game. If you want to make a lot of money,
prepare to write a lot of content.

Now let's talk about building your website. There
are two ways you can approach this:

1) Do it Yourself (DIY) from scratch

2) Use Site Build It! (SBI!)

The Do It Yourself Method

I've actually used both methods for building my
site and there are advantages and disadvantages
to both.

If you use the DIY method, you will have to go
and register a domain name (yoursite.com)
and then sign up for a web host and build your

You can either learn HTML or buy some
kind of web editor like Microsoft FrontPage to
build your pages. That's the method I used to
build this site.

Averaging between $7 and $15 per month, the
DIY method is usually the most cost friendly of
the two but you are mostly on your own in
terms of learning how to create your web pages
and adding the AdSense code to your site.

Web hosts are generally there to house your
site. They don't specialize in helping you market
and optimize your site for the search engines to
help you get traffic. So don't expect a lot from
them in terms of helping you market your site.

This is not necessarily a bad thing. I had to learn
how to build this site on my own and it wasn't
very difficult.

[not completed - read Part 2]


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