Google Adsense For Blog Monetization: Make Money From Your Blog With No Product Plr Ebook

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents 2
Chapter 1 4
Adsense Money 4
How Does AdSense Know What Ads to Send? 6
Where do the Ads Come From? 9
Using AdSense for Monetization 10
Rules of AdSense 12
AdSense for Search 13
How Much Money Can I Make from AdSense? 13
Chapter 2 15
Once You Are Approved for AdSense 16
AdSense Block Locations 17
<li><a href=””>Edit Me</a></li> 18
Graphics and AdSense 19
Chapter 3 20
AdSense Report Tab 20
AdSense Setup Tab 21
My Account Tab 21
Need More Help With AdSense? 21
Chapter 4 23
Forum Signature Files 23
Finding Forums of Interest 24
E-Mail Signature Files 25
Back-links Bring Traffic to Your Blog 26
Article Submissions 27
Press Release Submissions 28
Blog Directory Submissions 28
Comment on Other Blogs 29
Team Up With Other Bloggers 29
Chapter 5 31
How Does a Search Engine Work? 31
Search Engine Optimization 32
Stay on Topic & Post Often 33
Links 34
Keywords 34
META Tags 35
Ping 37
SEO and Marketing Your Blog 38

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Chapter 1
Adsense Money

AdSense is Google’s program which allows you to sell space on your website to host other people’s advertisements. Hosting AdSense ads on your website or blog is completely 100% free to you as the host and a great way to earn some money.

How do you earn money with Google’s AdSense? Simple, every time someone clicks on an AdSense ad on your blog Google pays you. Someone clicking on your ad is called “click through.” Your visitor is clicking through your webpage to another webpage via the AdSense link on your website. Google pays you for these click through visitors because their advertising has successfully reached a visitor on your blog. You get paid because you agreed to host the ads and you provided good content which got a targeted ad and a resulting click on that ad.

AdSense is a very popular way to monetize a blog because it is simple to set-up and use, especially on a blog which is hosted by Blogger. Why? The answer to that is simple; Google owns both Blogger and AdSense so the two have been programmed to work very well together. Google wants you to host their AdSense ads on your blog so they have made it very easy for you to ad the ad blocks, and has made it simple to make them look great and blend in with the theme of your blog as well. They understand this makes for a higher click through ratio and want to help work with you to earn as much revenue for both of you as possible.

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