Thursday, 18 August 2016

Google Adsense hacks for larger payouts!

What is Google Adsense?

Adsense is the best advertising placement service on the market. The ads come from google and can be placed anywhere on your site. it is free and earns website owners money based on clicks as well as impressions on the site.

How do I qualify for Adsense?

To qualify for Adsense, you must first have a site or blog that has at least 10 but about 20 posts at about 500 to 1000 words in length. Each post should be of good quality and be accompanied by at least 2 images and should be active for a period of no less than 6 months, (at least one post per month). Your site or blog should have the following:

  • A header
  • A Favicon
  • A search box
  • A body that contains content
With all of the above information in check, you should apply for Adsense and be accepted within the week.

How do you use Adsense to get the largest payback possible?

Now, Adsense though it is the best method of monetization on the web, it is the trickiest. The secret is, getting the ads to be extremely well targeted to your content and this will by extension target it best to your visitors. 

Adsense will recommend a type and size of ad for you to place on your site, but it is in your best interest to do what is best for your site, this means to find the type of ad that would blend in best with your sites content. Yes, you want people to see the ad and click on it, but you do not want it to stick out like a sore thumb as this will drive away your readers. A great way to acheive this is with Link Ad units. 

This type of ad, is extremely well targeted to content and as such it would also be to your readers and have the largest click through rate that any of the ads on the Adsense program. Because these ads are so well targeted to the content of the site it is serving visitors almost think they are clicking on just more content on your site for more information VS when they are met with a massive image and text ad that may or may not have any relevance to the content that they are reading.