Ebook Table Of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 So Just What is Google Adsense?
1.2 What Can it do for Me?
1.3 What Kinds of Ads Will I Get on My Site?
1.4 How do I Get Started?
1.5 What are Users Saying about AdSense?
1. Am I Going to Make a Lot of Money Off of This?
Chapter 2: Building Content-Rich Sites
2.1 What are Content-Rich Sites and Why Have One?
2.2 How Do I Build One?
2.3 What Kind of Content Should I Put Up?
2.4 Sample Google AdSense pages—real sites
Chapter 3: SEO—Search Engine Optimization
3.1 Things to Consider
3.2 Likes and dislikes of Googlebots
Chapter 4: About Specific Keyword Density Ranges
4.1 Do-it-Yourself SEO
Chapter 5: About Extreme Content Sites
Chapter : Using Traffic Equalizer
.1 Using Traffic Equalizer
.2 Google’s Guidelines
Chapter 7: Using Traffic Hurricane
Chapter 8: MetaWebs
Chapter 9: Additional Web Page Creation Software
9.1 Directory Generator
9.2 Traffic TurboCharger
Chapter 10: The Eyes Have it—So Where are They?
10.2 Don’t Nest, Just List
10.3 Put web links where people will see them
10.4 Never Hide Headers
Chapter 11: Building a Virtual Content Empire to Display Ads On
11.2 Blog and Ping—not just funny names
Chapter 12: Using RSS Feeds for Content
12.1 How do I start using RSS feeds?
Chapter 13: Summing Up
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Chapter 1: Introduction
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