Few Tips & Tricks to Google AdSense

Reading a couple of blogs and forums about Google AdSense tips lately, I decided it would be useful to gather as many of them as I can all in one place with no comments. I’ve also thrown in some tips that I have developed of my own. It starts with a few of the basics before moving on to more specific issues later on.When you decide to become a web-based publisher, you’ll fall into two broad categories:

*Publish 100 websites that each make $1 per day revenue* Publish 1 site that makes $100 per day.

The reality is, the majority of people are somewhere in the middle. Having 100 websites leaves you with the maintenance, management, and content issues. If you have  media kits one website, you are exposed to all sorts of fluctuations (search engines algorithm’s, market trends, etc). It is possible to modify your plan as you go, but you’ll have a better chance if you start out going towards where you’d like to finish.

General or Niche

You can build your website around broad topics or specific ones. Most niche websites function better with AdSense. For one, the targeting is superior. Also, because you have the ability to focus on a specific area, your writing naturally becomes more expert in its nature. It is hoped that this will make you more expert in your field.

If you’re making your first attempt at building an AdSense website, think about something you are passionate about. It will make the entire process more enjoyable and less stressful to do. But you should ensure that your topic is in the vicinity of an ad inventory and the payoff is at a level that you are comfortable with. It’s possible that you love traditional folk dancing, but the market for advertisers on that subject is very small (in fact it’s currently zero).

Once you’ve become familiar with the concept of the way AdSense functions on a website, you are going to like to explore highly profitable keywords. You might be tempted buy a top-paying keyword list. However, this comes with dangers. First off the level of fraud is more for the large money terms. There is also a distortion of the supply and demand relationship for these terms. Everybody would like to have ads on their site that generate at least $35 an impression, however, the number of advertisers that will pay that much is pretty limited. Additionally the competition for that web traffic is bound to be fierce. Don’t attempt to take on large dogs, if you can’t keep up. If you have to ask whether you’re a big-dog the chances are you’re not.

When you’re building a new website, don’t install AdSense to it until the site is finished. In fact , I’d go farther and say don’t put AdSense on your site until after you’ve built your inbound links and begun to get traffic. If you put up websites that contain “lorem ipsum” dummy or placeholder text or placeholder text, your AdSense ads will probably be off topic. This is often true for new files on existing websites, particularly if the theme is completely new or different. It can be a matter of days or weeks before the mediabot of Google to return to your page and to get the ads correctly targeted. When you begin seeing a significant amount of traffic coming from different IP’s, you will speed this process dramatically.I prefer to create my websites with include files. I put both the footer and header and navigation into common files. It makes it much easier to manage and maintain. I also like to store my AdSense code in the include files. If I’m looking to modify the AdSense code, it’s just one file I must deal with. Tips: I also utilize programming to switch AdSense on or off. I can set a global variable to either true or false and my AdSense advertisements will show or disappear.

Controlling URL’s and channels

AdSense channels are one of the areas in which it’s easy to go overboard with stats. You can create URL channels to see the performance of one website in comparison to the other. You can also create sub channels to each URL. If you’d like to create channels that look like this:

* domain1.com 728 banner

* domain1.com – 336 block

* domain1.com Text link

* domain2.com – 728 banner

* domain2.com Image banner

* domain2.com – 336 block

* domain3.com 300 block

While this is perfect for testing and determining who clicks where and why, it makes your reporting somewhat shaky. The total you report will always be correct but when you view your reports using the breakdown of channels, things are displayed several times and will not make up the correct total. It can make things a bit confusing, so consider if you need that level of specificity? TIP: At minimum you need to know which URL is producing the income so be certain to input different

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