Google AdSense is one of the best tools a blog or website owner could ask for. It enables you to monetize your site very easily. If it's used the right way, it can earn you a very large amount of money. However if you aren't using AdSense the right way you are missing out on a lot of potential income.

Earning money with Google AdSense can be quick and easy. You'll be blown away with the results you'll be getting in just a short amount of time.

The first thing you can do to start earning more money with AdSense is to start writing unique articles which are rich in content and loaded with profitable keywords. Now some people out there are just good with words and have no problem putting the right words together to make great content. However if you're not one of these people don't worry I have a few tips that will help you out.

There are actually three important tips you need to know when writing your articles and web content to get good results with Google AdSense.

1st-Keyword search. Find some popular topics. Choose the ones that you think might be interesting for a lot of other people out there. Then you can use a keyword suggestion tool to find the most profitable keywords for those particular topics. A great keyword suggestion tool that I like to use is Keyword Spy. Keyword Spy can even tell you how many website owners are using those same keywords on their sites.

2nd-Write articles. Start writing articles with original content and the keywords from the topics that you have found in your search. Keep in mind that search engines take pride in the quality of their articles and the articles that you write should meet their standards.

3rd-Original quality content. Build your blog or website with original quality content. Then strategically place your AdSense ads with colors that match your blog or website. Remember Google chooses what AdSense ads will show up on your site based on the content of your blog or website.

When deciding where to place your AdSense ads. Try to position your ads where your blog followers or website visitors are most likely to click on them. Research shows that one of the first places that people look when visiting a website or blog is the top left side of the web page. Nobody knows for sure why that is but maybe it's because that's where the most important information on a website usually is shown.

Some people that are just starting out at the AdSense game might think that if visitors are clicking on their AdSense ads they must doing well. However, there is a lot of different techniques and styles to help you generate more clicks that can dramatically boost your AdSense earnings. By learning these techniques and using them you will see that many more of your sites visitors will click on your ads.

AdSense has some excellent tracking statistics too that allow you to see which styles and colors are working best on your blog or website. Make sure you are taking advantage of these statistics because that's how you will become most successful.

Another thing you should remember is that banners and skyscrapers do not perform well at all anymore, at least that is what the experts say and I have noticed this on my sites as well. People surfing the web normally ignore these types of ad formats. The reason for this is that people automatically recognize them as advertisements and nobody visits a blog to view ads. So the more you can make your AdSense ads look like it's just part of your content the better, just don't be deceiving, that's a big no no for the Google AdSense program and can get you banned for life from showing AdSense ads on any site.

Finally, don't just think that putting the AdSense ads on your site is enough, monitor your results and be patient, you're not going to get rich overnight but if you try out different strategies and find what works best for your blog or website you will be glad that you started using AdSense on your site.

As always good luck with your AdSense earnings and your blog.


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2 comments

  1. John // July 19, 2009 at 4:08 PM  
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  2. John // July 19, 2009 at 4:18 PM  

    Some great tips there Brian, I think some niches are better suited for adsense than others. Also I couldn’t agree with you more, you have to test, test and then do dome more testing. Test changing the colour scheme of your ads, test different placement and test different size format. Every web site is formatted, designed and looks differently so I think you have to find the adsense presentation recipe which works best for your particular site.
    Anyway great article hope to see more like it real soon!