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Google AdSense: Get Paid While You Sleep!

Google AdSense is a free, simple way for website publishers of all sizes to earn money by displaying targeted Google ads on their websites. AdSense also lets you provide Google search to your site users, while earning money by displaying Google ads on the search results pages.  This is in Google’s own words.  So, let’s break this down into layman’s terms.

When you have a Website one of the features of it is to display Options for your audience.  Included in this is the ability to be paid for viewing advertisements.  This is where Google AdSense comes into play.  Let’s say your Website deals with Property Preservation.  Google utilizes specialized technology to establish the subject matter of not only your Site, but what is being displayed on the Post/Page which is being currently viewed.  If you look to the right hand side you will see that there are a series of Text Ads being displayed.  Google is paying me RIGHT NOW because you are reading this!  They will pay you, by and through advertisers, on a per view and per click basis.

Some of the parameters which come into play include items such as SEO, Traffic, Subject Matter and Optimization.  All of these features are easily incorporated either by yourself or by Foreclosurepedia.  Additionally, depending upon what direction you want to go, it is possible to slave features such as your YouTube Channel which additionally streams ads thus generating higher revenue.

Payouts:  If you utilize Google Adsense, the payout occurs when you have reached $100 and each $100 thereafter.  This is one of the easiest ways to incorporate a steady stream of income in an Industry requiring diversification to survive!

For the Gurus:

Multiple ad units can help optimize your performance by leveraging our large inventory of ads. You can put up to three standard AdSense for content ad units (or one 300×600 ad unit), three link units and two AdSense for search boxes on each page of your site. Remember that the best way to measure the effect of multiple ad units is to examine the impact on your overall earnings. Multiple ad units may prove particularly successful for the following pages:

  • Pages with lots of text, requiring users to scroll down the page.
  • Forum or message board pages, particularly within threads.
  • Pages where only smaller ad formats (such as the 125 x125 button) will fit.

Tip for maximizing multiple ad units: make sure that the ad unit with the best location on the page is the ad unit that appears first in your HTML code. This will help ensure that your prime ad real estate is occupied by the ads that place highest in the auction and will generate the most revenue for you.

The best location for Google ads varies from page to page, depending on content. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when considering where to position your ads: 

  • What is the user trying to accomplish by visiting my site?
  • What do they do when viewing a particular page?
  • Where is their attention likely to be focused?
  • How can I integrate ads into this area without getting in the users’ way?
  • How can I keep the page looking clean, uncluttered and inviting?
Certain locations tend to be more successful than others. This “heat map” illustrates the ideal placing on a sample page layout. The colors fade from dark orange (strongest performance) to light yellow (weakest performance). All other things being equal, ads located above the fold tend to perform better than those below the fold. Ads placed near rich content and navigational aids usually do well because users are focused on those areas of a page.While this heat map is useful as a positioning guideline, we strongly recommend putting your users first when deciding on ad location. Think about their behavior on different pages, and what will be most useful and visible to them. You’ll find that the most optimal ad position isn’t always what you expect on certain pages.

For example, on pages where users are typically focused on reading an article, ads placed directly below the end of the editorial content tend to perform very well. It’s almost as if users finish reading and ask themselves, “What can I do next?” Precisely targeted ads can answer that question for them.


Paul Williams
Linux addict buried deep in the mountains of East Tennessee.

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