Monday, 27 April 2009

A Review Of AdSense For Dummies

Google's AdSense has been around for a number of years now, but how many people make more than a few dollars a day? Not many. The reason is very simple; learning how to use AdSense in the right way and to optimise the way it is used is broadly unknown to a wider public online.

The beauty of AdSense is that once set up, it looks after itself. If is a passive earner for you, but is has to be done systematically to get decent dividends. There are people online out there who sit back and watch substantial earning flow in because the have taken AdSense to the limit in optimisation. It isn’t that difficult you just have to apply yourself.

There is a product that has had great reviews Google AdSense For Dummies will get you started. It’s loaded with all the tips needed to help you set up a successful AdSense program.

Whether yo have a Web log or Web site using these tips given by Google AdSense For Dummies it also shows you how AdSense works, how to calculate the cost per click and follow the trend in AdSense results.
The following features are included in Google AdSense for Dummies

* Register and set up an AdSense program
* Track results with server logs, AdSense reports, and Google Analytics
* Boost AdSense income with search engine optimisation techniques
* Apply Google guidelines by including relevant links and content, making your site easy to navigate, using a sitemap, and keeping links in good repair
* Fine-tune your Web site with beefed-up content to please Google and boost effectiveness
* Earn more with AdSense for RSS, streaming video, and referral units
* Design appealing ads and search boxes, and deal with ads from competitors
* Add video units to your site, design mobile ad units, and understand referral units

The author Jerri Ledford and is a “Google geek,” these are his own words!

Making money from your Web site or blog using Google AdSense makes a lot of sense. This guide does speak over your head in Geek language, just as the title says, it is designed to teach dummies!

Other tips that is gives are:

*Increase and improve your content for Google's approval as well as to boost effectiveness
*Include relevant links and content, make your site easy to surf around, use a sitemap, design for the user, and keep links in good shape
*Discover other types of AdSense — use AdSense with video, mobile, and RSS
*Use AdSense as a page element on your blog and design killer ads and attractive search boxes
*Improve your earning from AdSense for RSS, referral units
*Track your results using AdSense reports and Google Analytics

If you are serious about earning money from your web log or web site, you can’t do worse that get AdSense up and running; you'll earn a few dollars a month without doing anything special. On the other hand if you take AdSense seriously you can do far better than that and this book is a good guide to helping you achieve that.

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