Thursday, 23 March 2017

Beginners Guide on Google AdSense

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If you are a newbie blogger or thinking of starting a blog and thinking of earning from Google Adsense or affiliate marketing, then you are like a sheep in a herd of million of bloggers around the world. I am not discouraging anybody but showing you the mirror.Lets face it, you want to get a paycheck from Google? Of course you do ! But like 99.9% of the world, you’re probably not qualified to work at Google. That’s why the best way to get a paycheck from Google is to make money with Google AdSense.

Google makes billions of dollars every year from advertising. With AdSense, you can get a slice of that profit. It’s free to sign up for AdSense and there’s no reason why you can’t receive your first check from Google within 1 to 3 months of opening your account...Silly i can take even poison for free.
No not to taste but to sell it for some bucks...,see its free, free, free...
What’s the secret to Google AdSense ? How does AdSense work? How do you get paid ? Keep reading and we’ll introduce you to the awesome world of making money with Google AdSense !


Adsense is like a magic wand for the pro bloggers and acts like a bazooka for newbies, which will through you towards success like a tracer bullet.AdSense is one of two large parts of Google’s advertising system. The other part is called AdWords.
AdSense is the platform that delivers advertisements to websites, YouTube videos, and other Google publishers across the internet. AdWords is the platform that helps advertisers create and publish advertisements on publisher’s websites.
In a more simple sense, AdWords is the platform that takes your money in exchange for advertisements, while AdSense is the platform that gives you money in exchange for hosting advertisements on your website.
Both services are free, free, free... to join and anybody can sign up.


There’s really no limit to how much money you can make with Google AdSense. Some websites make hundreds of thousands of dollars per month from advertising revenue, while others make only $5 or $10.
The amount of money you make depends on two things:
  • The number of clicks your advertisements receive
  • The Cost Per Click (CPC) of the advertisements
Cost Per Click is the amount you earn for each click. The more clicks you receive and the higher your CPC is, the more money you’re going to make.
CPCs vary widely in value. They depend on the type of advertisements. Legal advertisements and keywords, for example, tend to be worth a lot of money and the CPC can be as high as $10 or more. The vast majority of CPCs aren’t that high and range between 20 cents to $1.00.
Google takes a cut of every click an advertisement receives.  That cut is approximately 32%. If a publisher is paying $1 for each click their advertisement receives, then you will receive 68 cents per click and Google will receive 32 cents.
32 cents may not sound like a lot of money. But multiply that by a few million clicks and you start to understand why Google is one of the world’s most successful and profitable companies.


Google has made an entire business out of putting targeted advertisements in front of web searchers. They have become exceedingly good at it over the years and that’s why many people accuse Google of “stealing your information” or “selling your personal data to advertisers.”
In reality, Google collects information about your search trends and history and uses that data to decide which advertisements you’re most likely to click on.
If you’re an AdSense publisher, then Google primarily uses two things to decide which advertisements to display on your site: keywords and bidding.
Advertisers can bid different amounts for certain keywords. Google chooses the highest bid and puts the advertisement of the highest bidder on your site. At the same time, Google analyzes the keywords on each page to determine if the page is relevant to the advertisement.
Google also takes many other factors – including the quality of the advertisement and your own personal data – into account when displaying advertisements.
Ideally, Google wants its advertisements to appear in the following situation:
  • Someone Googles the keyword “how to fix a computer”
  • Google displays a list of relevant search results and web pages
  • The searcher clicks on one of the relevant results and visits a webpage that explains how to fix a computer. That webpage has AdSense advertisements around the main content. Those advertisements are for PC software that promises to fix, clean, and speed up a PC. The searcher reads the content then decides to click on one of the advertisements Google has chosen to display.
  • Everybody wins in this situation. The searcher solves his or her problem, the website owner makes money from AdSense, the advertiser makes money from software sales, and Google takes a cut of the profit.
Every day, this process is repeated millions of times across the internet.


As I said above, there are some people who make hundreds of thousands of dollars per month from AdSense and there are some who make just a few dollars.
The difference between these two people is about more than just traffic – although that’s part of it. There are websites that receive thousands of visitors every day and may only receive $5 in AdSense revenue by the end of the day. Another website might be able to convert that same traffic into more than $100 of daily AdSense revenue.
Yeah, but every disciple has a guru same goes for google adsense.An experience blogger who knows how to get it done will definitely go for Affiliate marketing inspite of Google adsense.As in it you dont have to get huge traffic as a single cutomer can bring money for which adsense will ask thousands of clicks.....Hey, hey don't get happily distracted, there is more....

Advertisers will pay a lot more money for a search keyword like “best lawyer in Los Angeles” than they would for “best free solitaire game online.” While the first keyword might be worth $3 per click, the other keyword may only be worth pennies.
One click on a high-value advertisement may be worth hundreds of clicks on a low-value advertisement.
With that in mind, there are two broad ways to make a lot of money on Google AdSense:
  • Get a few clicks on high-value advertisements
  • Get a lot of clicks on low-value advertisements
When you read other AdSense guides around the internet, they often toss around 5 figure numbers like they’re nothing. They make it sound like every half-decent AdSense publisher is making $10,000 per month while sitting at their computer playing video games all day.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but most publishers will never make $10,000 per month.
Don’t let that discourage you! But you need to be realistic. If there was an easy way for anybody to sit at their computer making 5 figures, then everybody would be doing it.
Making a lot of money with AdSense takes creativity, intelligence, and, most importantly, a dedication to hard work.
If you have all three of those things, then there’s no reason why you can’t make a lot of money with Google AdSense.



If you’re building a website strictly for AdSense, then you shouldn’t sign up for AdSense right away. There’s no good reason to sign up for AdSense immediately after creating your site because your site won’t be attracting any traffic at that point in its life.
Let me talk to our over enthusiastic Indian and Chinese readers that if you have applied to Adsense and your not getting approval than don't worry at all, because of overflow of frustrated lazy bloggers like me, they have made a rule to remain active for at least 6 months before getting approval....No No dont start gyming....just keep your blog alive & kickin.
Instead, build your site and create at least 10 to 15 pages of good content. Write blog posts about your topic and create unique, original, and entertaining articles. Flesh out your menu system, fill out the sidebar, and consider creating a header logo.
Once you’ve made your site look presentable and filled it with valuable information, you can sign up for AdSense. There’s nothing stopping you from signing up for AdSense on day one, but you’re probably not going to see great results until you build out your website.
If you’re ready to sign up for AdSense, then go to to fill out your application. Remember that it’s free to sign up for AdSense and they accept anyone – it’s a simple application which asks for basic contact information.
Once your application is complete and approved, you can start posting advertisements on your site. Google will provide you with HTML code from your AdSense menu after logging in.
You can customize your advertisements to display different color schemes and box styles. You can also choose to display only text ads, only image ads, or a combination of both.
As far as color schemes and box styles go, you want to choose a design that blends into your site. Contrary to what some might believe, you generally don’t want your advertisements to stick out from the rest of your site. We’ll explain more tips and tricks further down the page.


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I’m going to share a “secret” about building a successful AdSense website: nobody is going to visit your website if you don’t give them a reason to visit.
As simple as this lesson may seem, many early AdSense users don’t understand it at all. They think writing a 400-word post a few times a week is going to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors to their site.
Give your visitors a good reason to visit your website. Make them want to come to your site. There are countless ways to do that, but here are some tips:
  • Tell your visitors how to solve a problem
  • Create unique, interesting content about a popular subject
  • Share your content on social media
  • Post something controversial
  • Use linkbaiting tactics to your advantage
  • Create a website about a niche topic where few other websites have gone before
  • Try to go viral on social media, or, at the very least, share all your content on social media to see what people like

Keyword research is an important part of any AdSense professional’s lifestyle.
Keyword research lets you spot important trends before they occur. It lets you capitalize on up-and-coming keywords and find niches which nobody else is talking about. It also lets you see if there are opportunities in popular high-volume niches where websites already exist.There are various pro affiliate tools available in the market but its like running a marathon to find the right one and implement it.
You can use a number of online tools to perform keyword research. Google AdWords Keyword Planner is one popular keyword research tool – especially since the information comes from Google itself.
However, there are countless other online services and SEO companies which offer powerful keyword tools of their own.
When performing keyword research, there are four things to look for:
  • Average Cost Per Click (CPC): This indicates the average value of an AdSense advertisement in that niche. The higher the Average CPC, the more money you’ll make per click.
  • Monthly global search volume: Global monthly search volume indicates the approximate number of people searching for a particular keyword in an average month.
  • Monthly local search volume: Google is getting more and more local. Just because a search term is dominated by powerful websites internationally doesn’t necessarily mean those websites will appear in first place on search rankings in your country. Look at local search volume to see if you can corner the niche on a particular keyword in your country. Local search volume is the number of people who search for a keyword each month in your country.
  • Search trends: Some keywords will explode in popularity over a month and then disappear forever. Other keywords might spike at certain times throughout the year – like tax season or sports playoffs. Don’t get fooled by high or low keyword search volume in a single month – look at the past trajectory of that keyword’s search volume to get an idea of where it could go in the future.


Don’t be afraid to pick a micro-niche
See even very successful bloggers use to write about a lot of topics in one site but soon they realized their catch and started to put light on star of the show inspite of shining the whole stage...offcourse its takes less time, less effort with much ease.There are over 7 billion people on our planet. About 2.5 billion of those people use the internet on a regular basis.
With that in mind, there are very few topics that won’t interest at least someone on the internet. Even the most obscure niches could have an interested and dedicated following.
Don’t be afraid to create a website about an extremely niche topic. Perform keyword research to make sure there are at least some people searching for information about that niche online and then build a website.
Whether it’s vacuum cleaners, an old video game, or the search for extraterrestrial life, there are plenty of good niches out there waiting to be exploited – and there always will be.

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Don’t make your advertisements look like advertisements
In this day and age, every internet user has seen an annoying advertisement. Most internet users have seen thousands upon thousands of advertisements over their years of browsing.
The average internet user has become extremely desensitized to the glaring pop-up advertisements that were common when the internet first became popular. Most internet users aren’t going to click on an advertisement if they think it’s an advertisement unless it offers something really good.
With that in mind, the best way to encourage people to click on your advertisements is to make them blend into the rest of your site. Use common box styles and colors across your advertisements and your website.
Why? So when people visit your website to solve a problem, they could see an advertisement that solves a problem. If that advertisement looks like an extension of your website, then visitors are more likely to think it’s a solution personally recommended by your site as opposed to a random advertisement.
Of course, not all sites work better with this policy. You might find that your site has a better Click Thru Rate if it has glaring and obvious advertisements. It depends on your niche and the type of visitors you receive.
Note: Disguising advertisements as actual navigation buttons on your site is a violation of the AdSense Terms of Service. However, making advertisements look like natural extensions of your site by blending box styles and color codes is perfectly fine.

Understand the power of SEO
I could write thousands of words about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and its importance to AdSense users, but I’m going to keep things brief here.
SEO lets your website rank at the top of search engines. When people search for keywords in your niche, SEO lets your site be the first thing people see on the Search Engine Results Page (SERP).
Approximately 80% of searchers click on the top 5 Google Search results. If you’re in the top 5 search results for a high-value, high-volume term, then you’re going to make a lot of AdSense money.
As soon as you move away from the top 5 search rankings, you get smaller and smaller portions of traffic.
Of course, for extremely high-volume search keywords, even websites on the fifth, sixth, and seventh pages of Google Search could get enough traffic to make an AdSense campaign worthwhile. As mentioned above, it’s all about keyword research and identifying the potential value in a niche.
SEO is a highly technical profession that requires a strong understanding of Google’s terms of service as well as lots of competitor research. It’s not something anyone can master in a day or a month. But if you focus on learning SEO strategies month after month and year after year, then you’ll eventually see which strategies increase site rankings and which ones get your site punished.
The ultimate goal of SEO is to push your site to the top of Google for high-value, high-volume keywords. Once your site is firmly entrenched in this position, it should be attracting excellent daily traffic and earning lots of AdSense revenue for you.
Best of all, this AdSense revenue is passive income because your sites are attracting traffic without your immediate active involvement. That means you can spend more time focusing on building other AdSense websites.

Why aren’t my websites making lots of money with AdSense?

AdSense isn’t a get rich quick scheme. You can’t build a site in a day, throw some AdSense advertisements on it, then wait a month and go out and buy a Ferrari using your “hard-earned” cash. It’s not going to happen.
In spite of that fact, every day, thousands of people around the world ask themselves why they’re not making a lot of money with Google AdSense.
So why aren’t you making lots of money? Where’s your Google paycheck? What do you need to do differently? Here are some reasons why your site might not be making lots of money with AdSense yet.

You don’t have enough traffic
Traffic is the lifeblood of any successful AdSense website. No traffic means no clicks means no revenue.
There are plenty of reasons why your website isn’t receiving traffic. Some reasons might be fundamental to your website: you may have chosen a bad keyword or low-volume niche.
Other reasons are fixable: your social media marketing may be flawed, you may have bad content, or you may have chosen a slow web host.
Whatever the reason for your poor traffic may be, you need to fix that problem as soon as possible. The sooner you attract more traffic, the sooner you can start making lots of AdSense money.