There have been a few blogs and forums on Google AdSense tips lately, and I thought it might be useful to gather as many as possible together without comments. I’ve also thrown in some suggestions from my personal experience. Let’s start with some basics before moving to more specific subjects later on.When you’re deciding to become a website publisher you will fall under one of two categories:

*Publish 100 websites that each generate $1 daily profit* Create a website that generates $100 per day.

The truth is that most people get somewhere in between. final mile With 100 websites, you’re left with management, maintenance and content problems. Having one website leaves you open to all sort of variations (search engine algorithm’s patterns, market trends, etc.). It is possible to modify your plan as you go, but you’ll get more comfortable when you begin by going in the direction of where you’d like to finish.

General or Niche

It is possible to build your site around general subjects or niche ones. Most niche websites function better when they use AdSense. The first is that the targeting of ads is much better. Also, because you have focused writing, it naturally becomes more expert in its nature. This should make you more expert in your field.

If you’re just beginning your journey at building your own AdSense website, think around something that you like. It can make the process easier and less painful to achieve. However, you must ensure that your topic has enough of an ad inventory and the amount of money is at a level you are comfortable with. It’s possible that you love traditional folk dancing, but the amount of advertisers who are interested in the topic is very limited (in fact, it’s at zero).

Once you’ve got the hang of the way AdSense works on a website, you are going to desire to play around with top-paying keywords. You may even be tempted to purchase a lucrative keyword list. There are some risks. The first is that the amount of fraud is more in the terms of big money. Secondly there is a distortion of the demand-supply relationship between these terms. Everyone would like ads on their site that cost at least $35 a click, however the number of advertisers that will pay that much is pretty limited. In addition, the competition for that traffic is going to be very competitive. So, don’t take on those big dogs when don’t have the endurance to keep up. If you’re required to inquire if you’re a big dog and you’re not, you’re not.

If you’re creating a new site , don’t place AdSense in it until it’s complete. In fact , I’d even go further and suggest that you don’t place AdSense on it until you have built inbound links and started getting traffic. If you create a website with “lorem ipsum” dummy or placeholder text and you decide to use it, your AdSense ads will almost certainly be off topic. This is especially true for new files on existing websites, especially if the content is brand new or different. It may be a matter of days or weeks before Google’s bot for media to come back to your page and to get the ads targeted properly. When you begin receiving lots of visitors from different IP’s, you will speed this process up dramatically.I prefer building my websites with include files. I put my header and footer, and navigation files in common files. This makes it much simpler to maintain and manage. I also like putting my AdSense code into the include files. If I’m looking to modify the AdSense code, it’s only one file to work on. A tip: I use programming to turn the AdSense off or on. I can change one global variable to true or false and my AdSense ads will either show up or disappear.

Controlling URL’s and channels

AdSense channels are one instance where it’s really easy to go overboard with stats. You can set up URL channels to see the performance of a website with the other. It is also possible to set up sub channels to each URL. If you want to set up channels in the following manner:

* – 728 banner

* – 336 block

* – text link

* 728 banner

* Image banner

* – 336 block

* 300 block

Although this is excellent for testing and understanding the people who click on which pages and what they click this can cause your reporting to be slightly jumbled. Your total number is always correct, however when you look at your reports with an individual channel breakdown, things can be displayed multiple times and will not make up the correct total. This makes things quite confusing so consider if you need that level of details? TIP: At minimum, you should know what URL is generating income, so be certain to input different URLs.

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