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Google Adsense Checklist: Discover The Likes & Dislikes Of The Googlebot

Aug 17, 2007
Get on Googlebot's wrong side and you and your Adsense websites will be sorry. This article will reveal the likes and dislikes of the Googlebot plus show you how to make even more money with the highest paying Adsense keywords.

AdSense is the name of an advertising service that is administered by Google. It allows webmasters to feature advertising on their websites, and thus generate extra income. Payments are made on the basis of either per click or per every thousand impressions. Geographical location, website content, and other related factors are used by Google to determine which Adsense ads to serve. The sites wanting to be advertised are able to sign up through a Google program called AdWords.

You've probably heard a lot about Google AdSense (which is actually more accurately known as Google AdSense V1), but you may not know just what it is. Well, for one thing, it's a one of the hottest new ways to make money online without having to do a whole lot. If you've read Robert Kiyosaki's book, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad," you know that passive income is the best kind of income to have.

Passive income is income that you get without having to work for it. I know this may sound like some kind of "pie in the sky" get-rich-quick scheme, but passive income is for real. In fact, every single billionaire on earth uses the power of passive income to keep money coming in while he or she jets off to parties and resorts and such.

What's a Googlebot? It's one of the little web-searching spiders (automated) that I talked about in the last section. And these spiders have definite preferences, so you want to make sure your content is good spider food.

Spiders like:

Neat code-less lines of code than lines of text (or more lines of text than lines of codes.); Normal keyword densities of 3-7%.Lots of backlinks on pages that link back to your home page; (Top sites have an average of 300 backlinks.); Original content not found anywhere else.Quick downloads of sites, which means not a lot of dynamic URLS to other sites; Site maps; ALT Tabs for images; Link partners who are contextually relevant to your page (i.e., if your page is about buying real estate, links might about be how to get loans, how to prospect for deals, how to start a corporation but not about pet gerbils, latest fashions, or cell phones.); New content every time the spider comes to check up on your site.

Spiders do not like:

More lines of code than text; Nested tables; Super-high keyword densities, which they call "keyword stuffing"; "Doorway pages" that act as a portal and which just happen to have super-high keyword densities; Too many backlinks to your home page from within your domain; Duplicate content from another site-regardless of who stole what from whom; Lots of dynamic URLs that cause a site to take forever to download; Repeating the exact same words in your linking text, which the spider will interpret as automated link swapping; (Interestingly, it's fine for the spiders to be fully automated, but they hate it when we do that!); Stale content that never changes.

Now that you know how to please the GoogleBot are you ready to start making money with Adsense?
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