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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

How to Increase Adsense Revenue

If you own a blog or a site, you would want to earn money from it. Google Adsense is the most common revenue system available at your disposal. Here are things you need to consider and be aware of if you are looking to make a decent amount for all your efforts.

Work Your Content to Your Advantage
Keyword stuffing is something Google frowns upon and if you are prone to that kind of content creation there is little wonder in why your Adsense revenue is on the red. The best way to work your content to your advantage is to write like you would normally write. Then, do your keyword research on the content you have written. After that try to tweak your content such that you can fit in the keyword into your content without letting it  become an intrusion.

Place Your Adsense Ads to Your Advantage
Adsense help page shows you various ways you can place your ads to your advantage. One thing I have had success with is including ads within my blog posts. This way, the ads showing are relevant to the the content and the probability of them getting clicked which translates to Adsense Revenue is high.

Gain Traffic to Your Advantage
Do no try the link for link services or pay exorbitant amounts of money for traffic. These do not work and you will end up with a high frustration level than you are already. The keywords in your content would help you get traffic and you can promote your links and ideas via social networking platforms where real readers will click to read more about what you are offering. Less is more. If you start flooding these sites with your links, you will get banned.

Revise Your Adsense Ads to Your Advantage
Once you have you traffic and can see the results, you will need to revise and utilise what is working. For that, you need to be constantly checking where your entry points are and also the exit points. Moreover, you need to identify topics that are getting readers and topics that are getting readers out of your site as well. If you notice that certain ads are not contributing to your site readers you need to consider blocking them as well.

Try these and see if they work out. If you need more help,o drop me a line and I will respond at the earliest.


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