Friday, February 27, 2009

New, Adsense For Domain

If you own domains and you DO NOT have websites developed for those domains, you can use AdSense for Domains. If someone types in the domain name and lands on that page, they will see a page full of ads and no content. If they click an ad you will get paid.

The Inside Adsense Blog has just announced that Adsense for Domains is now available to all publishers who owns several domains which are not really live sites. Whereas previously the only way that domain owners can earn from their registered dormant sites was to let third-party publishers to run their ads on those and then earn a miniscule of earnings. But with the Adsense for Domains open to all publishers, everyone can now run Adsense on their dormant domains regardless of whether they own only one or two domains.
By being available to “all publishers”, Google meant only those who are located in the U.S. Google Adsense is yet to roll this out to “all publishers” worldwide.
Although this would not make domain owners ultra-rich with revenues, it is however a better deal than letting other advertisers not connected with Adsense run their ads on those domains. If you opt to join Adsense for Domains, which you can do so by visiting your Adsense account, Google will run ads, links and search results on the dormant domains and will add more useful information in the near future.
Instead of paying them for nothing and hoping someday that somebody would buy it a high price, might as well run Adsense for Domain there.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

$100 a day AdSense Plan

image Adsense is the first step for Internet newbie when they are start learning to make money online. Adsense is one of the easiest way to generate a decent amount of money at start. There are people who are earning thousands per day with just adsense. But they have spent time and got very good experience and tricks in this time to earn this amount each day. Here is a basic starter plan for you to earn $100 per day with adsense by using mini adsense content rich sites. Target is to take each site $5 per day income.

Choose some keywords and domains

First step is to get some of the best paying keywords and the ones you can write on. Just google for best AdSense paying keywords to get a list or alternatively you can go to Google’s keyword tool. Write any keyword e.g finance, computer, technology, web design, php, adsense, internet marketing, affiliate marketing or anything of your choice. Just make sure you are going to that topic for your first website to which you can write some interesting words.

Google Keyword tool will give you a list of top competitions on your keyword query. You can display/hide columns to view highest bid on every keyword and estimated number of search traffic. Pick a few from top of the list and start search for domains related to these keywords. Domain does not need to be related but if your keyword is also in your domain, it will be helpful in term of SEO.

Register your first few domains.

Get some web hosting account

You can try hostgator web hosting plan or any other which supports multiple domain hosting at same account. You can try coupons to reduce the initial cost for your hosting plans.

Setup a Website or Web blog

Now setup your first website. If you are going for a weblog then best idea is to upload and install wordpress. Wordpress is best in means of SEO. Write few articles (7 to 10 articles) on website.

Start SEO for your website

Submit your website in search engines like google, yahoo and msn. Use the link of your website in signature of any of web forum if you use. Forums are fastest and free way to get backlinks to your website. More posts on a forum site you have, more backlinks you can get. Then submit your website in social news, networking sites like digg, del.icious, reddit, blinklist. And submit your website to a couple of free web directories. Keep a record of everything you are doing. In two or three days your website will be indexed in google and you’ll be start getting traffic from google. Now build as many links as you can but don’t spam too much.

Signup for Adsense (Or use if you already signed up)

Signup for adsense and wait for their approval. Once you got your account, create and place ads in your website. Use Ads blending and Adsense placement methods to embed the ads properly to generate more clicks by your visitors.

Final Step

Do as much SEO as you can. Build links, get more RSS subscribers, publish your site to social networking sites. Sooner you’ll be get your target for $5 per day

Multiply your income

Now repeat the above steps for another 20 websites. It’ll took some time but you can easily achieve $100 per day target with mini adsense sites. Just make sure you follow this rule

Create a Site , SEO for this site and forget it then :)

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

100 Google AdSense Tips - Summary


  1. Follow Google AdSense Terms and Conditions. This is their game. Play by their rule. If in doubt, ask.

  2. High traffic is important. Search Engine Optimization helps achieve this.

  3. Content is king. Update your website regularly. Create fresh contents everyday.

  4. Give reasons for your visitor to come to your site. Provide values.

  5. Some subtle changes on your site can double or triple your earning.

  6. Never stop experimenting.

  7. AdSense is not the only game in town. Try other networks. You may find that others are better suited for your website.

  8. Never stop learning.

  9. Don’t give up.

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  1. Watch your statistics and pay attention to articles that bring in visitors.

  2. Write more articles within the subject that attract visitors.

  3. Web-savvy visitors are less inclined to click on ads.

  4. Have patience. You need time to build the traffic, and to optimize it.

  5. Think long-term. Analise what your visitors need, provide value and good experience to visitors.

  6. Consider buying websites. If you do it right, you can get back your investment in a relatively short time.

  7. Watch your AdSense earning. Notify AdSense Team if you find anything suspicious. Your competitors might try to sabotage your account, or your well-meaning friend keep on clicking on the ads thinking they are helping you.

  8. Use Google AdSense section targeting to help AdSense deliver more relevant ads.

  9. Use AdSense Alternate Ads in case if AdSense can’t find any relevant ads.

  10. Use rotating color ads. It keeps your visitors from getting AdSense blind.

  11. Try other contextual advertising networks too. Yahoo Publisher Network is still in beta and only available in U.S., or you can try Clicksor, Bidvertising, etc. Just make sure you don’t put the on the same page with the AdSense.

  12. You can put your clickbank, amazon, or other affiliate links on the same page with AdSense. You can also put other advertising network, so long as it is not contextual ads. Try Chitika, and disable the contextual ads option.

  13. If you don’t follow the Terms and Conditions, your AdSense account will be disabled and you’ll get banned for life.

  14. If you didn’t do anything wrong and your AdSense account is disabled: write them a polite and professional email, be patient and be persistent. Offer them your server logs to prove your innocence.

  15. Spread the links to your website: put it on your email signature, put comment on blogs, participate in your niche forums.

  16. Promote your articles in social bookmarking sites:, digg, reddit are good start.

  17. Provide �Email a Friend� option to visitors.

  18. Familiarize yourself with AdSense earning report. It can help you determine where your money is from, and optimize accordingly.

  19. Offer newsletters for visitors. It give you chance to get the visitors back regularly.

  20. On AdSense support page, you can find almost every information you need about AdSense.

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100 Google Adsense Tips - Part IV

  1. If you blog, Darren has some tips for you.

  2. Inside AdSense is official AdSense blog, where you can find latest developments about AdSense.

  3. You can get help of other AdSense pulishers at AdSense Help Group.

  4. If you are serious about making money from AdSense, get Joel’s AdSense Secrets.

  5. Don’t put too many ad blocks on your site. Find out the highest CTR block and remove the others. Few clicks on the 1$ ads are better than many clicks on the 3-cent-ads.

  6. Experiment, experiment, and experiment. You can never stop trying for new ad format. Even if you think you can’t improve anymore, one slight change might increase your earning significantly.

  7. Remove the “Advertise on this site” from your AdSense block until your site is big enough to attract real advertisers. This will help to clear off many MFA (made-for-adsense) sites. You can disable it from AdSense account setting.

  8. Use AdSense Preview Tool to test the ads that will appear on your site. You can click on ads in the AdSense preview tool, as the advertisers are not charged from it.

  9. AdSense uses geo-location to deliver advertisement. So, what you see on your site might not be what your visitors see. Use AdSense Preview Tool to view your AdSense advertisement displayed for visitors from other places.

  10. Use AdSense Competitive Ads Filter to remove scrapper sites ads. Scrapper sites are sites without real content. They are either link farms, content theft, or meta search engine.

  11. Use AdSense Competitive Ads Filter to remove irrelevant ads.

  12. have good list of URLs to block. Try it.

  13. Try variations of AdSense colors, format, position on different pages to make it more unpredictable for your visitors.

  14. Learn some CSS.

  15. If you are putting multiple ads block on your website: put most clicked block to appear first in the HTML. Higher position in HTML = higher paying ads. You can do this using CSS.

  16. Try to put contents on different subject topics. If it can draw visitors, write more on that topic.

  17. If you have dynamic pages, use htaccess rewrite rule to make it appear as static, e.g. instead of

  18. Validate your site HTML and CSS.

  19. Break your long articles to few short articles; this way the users are exposed to the ads for more times.

  20. Keep each article focused on one topic.

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100 Google Adsense Tips - Part III

  1. CTR isn’t everything. If your CTR is high but gives low conversion rate for the advertiser site, it will trigger AdSense smart pricing.

  2. Follow good design guidelines. Avoid the common design mistakes.

  3. Help your visitors by creating easy navigation. You want your visitors to stay for as long as possible.

  4. Use Google Analytics to see your website statistics. It can help you optimize your site.

  5. Google AdSense Heatmap works. Just above your main content is the best position to put your AdSense block

  6. Forum sites have different Forum AdSense Heatmap. Best positions for AdSense for forums are: on the left panel, after the first post, and just below the last post before the footer.

  7. Forum is interactive medium. Be sensitive to your visitors concerns.

  8. Try 300×250 medium rectangle, 336×280 large rectangle, or 160×600 wide skyscraper ad formats. These are the best performing AdSense ad formats.

  9. Choose colors that blend with your content.

  10. Wrap the AdSense block around your content.

  11. Put images next to or above your AdSense block can help improve your clicks-rate.
    Edit: take note, however, to make it clear that the images are not part of the ads. If not sure, consult AdSense support before doing this.

  12. Use channels to track the performance of different format, colors, and positions.

  13. Opt in for both image ads and text ads. Google will choose better performing ads for you.

  14. AdSense have both CPM (cost per thousand impressions) and CPC (cost per click) ads, and will choose the one it thinks can perform better.

  15. Both image ads and text ads can be either CPM or CPC.

  16. Put link unit ads. They can add to the bottom line.

  17. Try Google Search unit. They provide value to your visitor while adding to your bottom line.

  18. Put in lots of efforts in creating contents and promoting your website. AdSense is not a get-rich-quick scheme.

  19. Clear low-value links from your site. You want your visitors to exit through the ads. Put only links that are really useful for the visitors.

  20. Search “AdSense Tips” on Google. Most webmasters continuously try to optimize their AdSense and many are more than willing to share their result.

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100 Google AdSense Tips Part II

  1. Consider signing-up for AdWords and create a mini campaign. It can help you to understand the working of AdSense.

  2. Put your targeted-keyword on Page Title.

  3. Repeat the keywords in your content.

  4. Learn HTML.

  5. Put emphasis around your keywords by using HTML tags like <h1>…</h1>, <h2>…</h2>, <strong>…</strong>, <b>…</b>, e.g. <strong>AdSense Tips</strong> .

  6. Get domain name that contains your targeted keyword.

  7. Submit your website to directories for inclusion, e.g., yahoo directories

  8. Submit your URL to search engines for crawling.

  9. Create and submit your sitemaps to Google Sitemap (sitemap.xml) and Yahoo (urllist.txt)

  10. Google is not the only search engine. Optimize for different engines as well. You are very likely to face less competition than in Google.

  11. Invest for original fresh content. Write or pay for contents regularly.

  12. Use to find content theft. You invest for your content. Don’t let it be taken by unscrupulous webmasters.

  13. Article marketing is one of the best way to deliver traffic to your site. Write and submit articles to article-submission sites. Include short summary and hyperlinks to your website in the author information box.

  14. Don’t use objectionable methods to draw visitors to your site; buying traffics, spyware, hidden-texts, page cloaking etc will get your AdSense account terminated.

  15. New visitors have higher chance to click on the ads than regular visitors, thus higher CTR (click-through rate).

  16. Regular visitors have higher chance to recommend your site to others.

  17. Search engines are where most of your new visitors come from. Learn a bit about Search Engine Optimization, or pay people to do it. Doing it yourself will save yourself from troubles created by not-so-honorable SEO (Search Engine Optimizer).

  18. Don’t create mirrors. These are sites with different URLs but same contents. It hurts search engine ranking.

  19. Its easier to create many websites with low earning than few websites with high earning.

  20. Forum generally have high impressions count, but very low CTR.

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