Anyone who owns or is thinking about creating a website would be crazy to ignore this.
I am happy to say that making money with your site, no matter the topic, has become easier than it’s ever been before – and it’s 100% legitimate.
If AdSense had been available in 2000, I would have NEVER shut down my Advice for understanding computers blog that received 300 hits per day. I would have been able to earn money from that traffic and probably turned a small profit.
What is AdSense?
Google.com earns most of its revenue by allowing other website owners to advertise on their search result pages. All this is managed through a program they call AdWords.
Now you can earn a share of the revenue that Google earns from AdWords by displaying these same text ads on your site. In other words, you’re helping Google advertise and they pay you a percentage of what they earn.
This program is called AdSense.
Every website owner should at least consider the program. Even if your site is just for information purposes, you can still participate and make decent money with AdSense — or at least enough to fund your website.
So if you are one of those people that doesn’t like the idea of paying for a site, this is an excellent way to earn your money back and then some.
Yes, the money can be great, but if you don’t learn how to build a site that attracts targeted traffic then you won’t make much from AdSense.
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How Much Can I Earn With AdSense?
Google does not disclose exactly how much you’ll earn per ad that is clicked.
The commission you receive per click depends on how much advertisers are paying Google for the particular ad. You will earn a share of that amount. I’ve heard of earnings anywhere from 2 cents to $15 per click.
So it is logical to believe that keyword phrases like debt free, employment, make money, mp3, sex, etc. will earn you more per click since these are highly competitive keywords that are searched for quite a bit on the web.
Advertisers generally pay more for popular terms because they are searched for more.
Even though Google will not reveal how much you are earning for each ad that is clicked from your site, you can still login to your account at any time and see the total amount of revenue you’ve generated that day, week, month, year, etc.
For example, if you see that you’ve made $12.60 today from 9 clicks then you can calculate that your average click-thru commission was $1.40 per click. That’s as detailed as their stats will get. Also remember, that’s only an average. You won’t know how much each specific ad brought in.
The amount you’ll earn also depends largely on the amount of targeted traffic you receive to your own site, how well the ads match your audience’s interests, the placement of the ads on your pages, and of course the amount you receive per click.
Ideally, you should create a site on a topic you know a lot about. That way you’ll have a much easier time creating a generous amount of content on that subject.
How AdSense Works
After you sign-up for an account you can choose what sections do you want to put on your website or blog. Here are some pictures of the sections:
Google is very smart.If you understand how AdSense works, you will see that it’s a win-win situation for everyone involved, and the bottom line benefits Google. Let me explain…
Since the advertiser’s ads are now being displayed on more web sites all over the internet (instead of just Google’s site), they are getting much more exposure. More exposure means more clicks and even more traffic for their site over a shorter period of time.
This is good news for Google because the more traffic the advertisers receive, the faster their advertising funds are used up.
Remember, they get charged every time their site gets a visit; and of course, it is Google’s hope that they’ll continue to keep funneling more money into their account for more ad exposure.
What an ingenious way for Google to increase the amount of money they earn from advertisers while building loyalty with website owners (like us) who are now getting paid to help them advertise.
Of course, I’d expect nothing less from the most popular search engine on the web.