Tuesday, January 09, 2007

More Google Adsense Tips

Google Adsense is hot, hot, hot! I certainly hope you can feel the flames. They're there. Yesterday I wrote some tips to help you capitalize on this moneymaker that’s sweeping the internet. Although many trends on the internet come and go like snowflakes in Arizona sun, this one appears to have real staying power for people who do it the right way.

Today, I’m going to give you just a few more tips that escaped me yesterday.

1. Start right away. Don’t wait. You can put up a simple website on your passion, your hobby or your profession and begin to attract unique visitors to it. Monetize your site with Google Adsense and let the money roll in.

You say you don’t know anything about building a website? Then get a blog, even a free one on MySpace.com. No excuses!

2.Become a student. Learn all you can about Adsense. When you set up your account, Google has tutorials for you, Q and A and the ability to contact them directly. When in doubt about anything, don’t just do it, find the answer or contact them directly. They are strict and could shut off your lovely income stream if you violate their rules.

3.Quantity of pages is important. The thinking here is that the more Goggle Adsense monetized pages you have, the more money you’ll make.

There are two schools of website construction that go along with this. One says that you put up a whole bunch of garbage sites with thousands of pages and lots of links and little or no content. The other school says that you put up a few super high quality sites with a gazillion pages of highly relevant content.

Personally I absolutely hate it when I click on a link and it takes me one of those garbage sites. I click out as fast as possible. It’s your decision.

4. Segment your sites for variety and to give yourself more money-making options. Not every page has to be an Adsense page. Some others can sell your own products, affiliate products or contain pure content to get more search engine traffic to your site.

I hope this will inspire you to action. Nothing is greater than the first tip of this article…Just Do It! Nike was right. (Carolyn McClendon - blog.worldvillage.com)