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How do you make money from the Google Adsense Program? What AdSense Tips can
you share with us?

I have been asked this question so many times in the past few weeks that I thought I
should write something on the topic. It seems increasingly bloggers want to try to cover
their hosting and ISP costs with some revenue from their blog – and increasingly they’re
doing it and are able to make a few (or quite a lot) dollars on the side. Many are turning
to Google’s Adsense program.

Covering costs of my Digital Photography Blog is why I originally signed up with
Google Adsense – blogging can get expensive when you have high levels of traffic and a
lot of pages.

Whilst the agreement you sign with Google stresses that you are not allowed to give
specific information about your earnings from the program I can say that I’m glad I’ve
signed up because its well and truly covered my costs – and then some. In fact I think its
quite feasible to expect that Adsense coupled with other strategies for making money
from Blogging could quite easily generate a decent living. It takes time and hard work,
but I think its very doable. (Update: Since writing this series I’ve revealed that I am now
looking at making over a six figure income this year in 2005 from blogging).

So how do I make money from Google Adsense? Let me share some AdSense Tips
that heve helped me.

This will be the first in a series of posts on this topic. Let me say up front I’m no expert –
there are a lot of people out there making a lot more money than I am using Adsense –
however most of them are not telling their secrets – well not for free anyway. I’ve got no
secrets to hide and am willing to share what I’ve learnt since I signed up for the program
8 months ago. If you want a REAL expert’s opinion on Adsense I’d recommend buying
Joel Comm’s What Google Never Told You About Making Money with Adsense E-
Book. Joel earns $15,000 per month from Adsense and has some good things to share.

I know some bloggers are put off or offended by the idea of making money from
blogging so I’ll try not to let these posts dominate my blog – however if you are not
interested in the topic, simply skip over these posts.

I am going to assume a few things in this series to cut down the amount of introductory
comments I have to make. Here is what I am assuming:

      You have a blog. Whilst most of the following tips will apply to other types of
       websites I run Adsense on blogs and will speak from that experience.
      You have (or will) read a basic overview of Adsense and have some
       understanding of what it is.
      You have(or will) read the program policies as outlined by Google. These give
       details of site eligibility, ad placements and other requirements for using the

Enough introductory comments – lets get stuck into the Adsense Tips for Bloggers!

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