Monetizing Your Blog with Google Adsense

Making Money With Google Adsense

When it comes to Making Money out of your website or blog the first thing that comes to my mind are Ads and the biggest and most famous advertising provider on the internet is Google.

Putting Google Adsense on your blog will also help you get listed on Search Engines faster and get you a better Alexa rank which can also help with traffic, all you have to do to make money using Adsense is to drive traffic to your website. Google does not accept paid to click traffic or traffic exchangers nor any type of traffic where members are forced to visit your website so make sure not to use any of those services if you are considering Adsense.

The first thing you need to do to get started is to Set Up your Adsense account, this step is really simple, all you have to do is go to and click on create a new account, if you already use any of the Google services like Youtube, Google Docks, Gmail, Google Plus, etc then your account will be created within seconds, if not you just need to fill in few details.

After you sign up you need to set up an code, the website guides you step by step and that can be done pretty easily.

To get the best conversion and clicks I suggest using the Leaderboard size which is 728×90 and mix Image Ads with Text Ads and put the ads on your website header.
Another way to get a good click ratio is by placing the ads in between your website content or in the middle of your blog post, this will highly increase the click through ratio, specially if you are using Image ads.

The great thing about Adsense is that it works on Autopilot, you set it up and then forget it and by doing what you would normally do which is drive traffic to your website you will have an additional source of income.

If you have any questions about how to set up ads or Google Adsense on your blog feel free to contact me.

Kind Regards
Dirson E. Jimenez Santana

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