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Adsense Advice By Phillip Booker

If you've watched the progress of Google Adsense over the past few years you will know its potential has decreased and subsequently the revenue decrease too. So why would that be? Google have tweaked their algorithm, and as such it has reduced the remarkable payouts we may have seen and read about. Rather than try to identify the exact reasons, it is widely accepted that people who abused the system caused Google to adjust their methods to quash such abuse. We may have seen MFA's, websites specifically 'Made for Google Adsense'. As such these sites DID make big money, but offered little or no content. Such attempts to 'work' the system would only have a short life span until the BIG G saw such a loophole and consequently shut it down. Although these sites still exist, they have been de-listed from the Google Search Engine. If you didn't know already, type - site:www.awebsitename.com - into Google Search and it will show the pages that Google have listed in their engine. Google has tried to steer each and every website owner towards adding quality content. Without quality content your site is only visited for seconds. It is this very aspect that Google uses to determine the quality of sites. If someone is only on your site for seconds it deems the quality as low; if they stay on for more than 30 seconds you're beginning to get recognition. So to earn a living from Adsense is much harder today, than it has ever been. If you are solely intent on relying on Google Adsense as your only income from the outset, it maybe a deemed as a mistake, unless you follow some sound business principles and get advice from an expert. What a lot of individuals are doing is realizing that they have tremendous sites, and Google Adsense isn't bringing in enough money to generate their weekly income. As a consequence they have looked at earning revenue from other sources. Affiliate income is an option for consideration. Alternatively, rather than give up on Adsense try generating more traffic. If you get a steady flow of visitors to your site already you may want to consider one option that will serve two purposes. This option is to write a short article, nothing too in-depth that takes weeks, let's say an article that's heading starts - 101 Ways To... - such as 101 Ways to Treat Acne. The process make take 2 to 3 hours. Prepare this document as a 'pdf' file and make it downloadable from your site for free.

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In doing this, collect an email address for those wanting this amazing list, and using this list to generate further income from, and within the 'pdf' put backlinks to your site. This method is called viral marketing. As visitors pass the file to others, or pass the download link, more people will use the links within the 'pdf' to get back to your site. I hope this article gives you much needed inspiration to inject more enthusiasm into your Adsense activity.

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Book Review: The Adsense Code By Joel Comm By Douglas Titchmarsh

I had already sampled Joels work when I read his original ebook "What Google Never Told You About Adsense", so I had high expectations of this physical Adsense training book. I have to say Joel didn't disappoint me this time either. To start with The Adsense Code begins with the basics which anyone just starting out with Adsense will find useful as a quick reference to get them up and running. As someone who has been using Adsense for a while I found this section could be skimmed, although there are some tips you may still find useful even if you have used Adsense on your sites for a while. Some of the stuff in the first few chapters will jog your memory and remind you of somethings you already know but forget to use. After the initial setup Joel gets right on with the stuff you bought the book for, the correct way to implement Adsense for maximum profits. His tips are all backed with his real life testing and tuning, but even so he is ready to admit that there is no one size fits all when it comes to ad placement and colour usage in the adblocks, think blending in the Adsense blocks to not look like ads and you are getting close. He also reveals what Adsense blocks work best and where, as well as caveats when this advice doesn't quite work out to be true. After the initial setting up, and placement, The Adsense Code goes further into testing and tracking to get the maximum CTR (Click Through Rate) for your Adsense blocks. Joel mentions some of the tools he uses for tracking and gives you a more in depth knowledge of how to use the tracking Google has already given to Adsense publishers with the "Channels" you can use to track your Adsense effectiveness with. This is a useful read for anyone who wants to make the most of every block of Adsense ads. The other parts of the book briefly (sometimes it seems a little too briefly) cover the topics of content sites, search engine optimisation and using your website stats to help you increase your traffic. The section on SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) could have been a little more in depth, although this is a huge subject which deservedly has more than enough books and ebooks written about it, it could have had a little more than the 8 pages devoted to it, but then this book isn't about getting traffic, it's about making the most from what you already get. In summing up, The Adsense Code by Joel Comm is an ideal book for the beginner to intermediate Adsense publisher, and will help improve their Adsense earnings. If you are already earning a living from Adsense this will offer only a little backup reference information for you. The Adsense Code covers the core subject for which it was written in great detail, in an easy to understand way without being patronising. My advice is if you are earning less than a few hundred dollars a month from Adsense but would like to do better then this is the book to buy, and keep referring back to as you improve your earnings. Douglas Titchmarsh is the author of the Newsletter and Blog The DEWDigest at http://www.thediscountebookstore.com/blog and recently read The Adsense Code By Joel Comm which you can buy for yourself at http://www.cashinonline.info/recommends/theadsensecode.php

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