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Is Google Adsense The Easiest Money To Be Had?

Aug 17, 2007
With Google Adsense, there is an enormous opportunity to earn an income from your web pages. Yet there is also the possibility of someone taking unfair advantage of this "easy money" process. If you think about it, some of the negative factors may force Google to introduce major changes. If that happens, people would have to return to the old ways of internet marketing; methods that are much harder for generating revenue online than Adsense.

For now, however, Google Adsense is with us. As long as there are people wanting to earn some easy cash online just using their talents, the future is looking good. Besides, with all the strict guidelines that Google has been enforcing with their Adsense affiliates, it would take awhile for the Adsense privileges to be so widely abused they would be terminated.

With so many people getting online and clicking away everyday, it's no wonder Google Adsense has become an instant hit.

Those who are new to this market might feel a little irked knowing that their homepage is buried somewhere in the little ads promoting other people's services. But when they realize that they are actually earning more money that way, doubts and skepticism are laid to rest.

Some successful webmaster and publishers are learning to blend together at least two major, and clever, factors to make money easier using Adsense.

1. They place Adsense links on pages that are producing little, or better yet, no profit. For instance, by placing Adsense on a free resources page, you will reduce the number of potential customers being lost to other sites. Tricky, but effective nonetheless.

2. They target high traffic pages on the website. If you check your logs, you will discover that many of your visitors use the free affiliate marketing resources and ebooks that you are offering on your site. This is an opportunity. In simple words, your ads can be presented on these pages where they'll work effectively by generating more clicks. This means income for you.

When working effectively, these factors are actually a good source of producing revenue from a high traffic page. Many people are using this strategy to pick up some extra cash with Adsense. It is also especially rewarding for informational sites with a lot of content that focus their efforts on delivering powerful affiliate link free material to their visitors. Now they can gain a monetary return on their services.

With so many people trying to make easy money with Adsense, it isn't surprising that Google is trying to update and polish their Adsense procedures and try to maintain a good image.

So there is a possibility of adding a 2nd affiliate tier in Adsense. With so many people involved in in Adsense now, and still more entering this line of marketing, there is no doubt many improvements will emerge. Imagine the smiles on the faces of the webmasters and publishers all around the world if they can sign up sub-affiliates and double or even triple the amount that they are already earning!

One particularly handy money-making feature that is already available with Adsense is the ability to filter out up to 200 urls. This gives webmasters the option of blocking low paying advertising and competitors from their pages. Naturally, webmasters will keep elements that are advantageous and discard those that seem less attractive.

Recently, Google Adsense has dominated forums, discussions and newsletters all over the Internet. Already, there are tales of fabulous riches to be had and millions made by those who are just working from home. It seems that Google Adsense is beginning to dominate internet marketing and is now considered the easiest way to making money online.

The key to success with Adsense is the placing of ads on pages that are receiving high traffic for high demand keywords. The higher the cost-per-click to the advertiser, the more you will receive per click from your site. Obviously, it does not pay to target low cost-per-click keywords and place them on pages that do not receive hits. Marketers are refining their strategies to enable them to receive higher paying advertising on their active web pages.
About the Author
Ivan Kelly managed a Direct Mail business with extensive mailing lists for ten years and has designed and promoted many websites. He also provides quality f'ree courses on key internet marketing subjects. A list of these f'ree courses is available at: http://www.WebStartAdvisor.com/info.html
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