Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Google Adsense - The Easiest Money To Make Online?

For the last couple of months, Google Adsense has dominated forums, discussions and newsletters all over the Internet. Already, there are tales of fabulous riches to be made and millions made by those who are just working from home. It seems that Google Adsense have already dominated the internet marketing business 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.

With all the people getting online and clicking away everyday, it is no wonder why Google Adsense has become an instant hit.

For some who are just new to this market, it would be a blow to their pride knowing that their homepage is buried somewhere in the little ads promoting other people’s services. But then, when they get the idea that they are actually earning more money that way, all doubts and skepticism is laid to rest.

There are two major, and clever, factors that some successful webmaster and publishers are learning to blend together in order to make money easier using Adsense.

1. Targeting high traffic pages on your website. If you check on your logs, you will discover that many of your visitors are taking advantage of the free affiliate marketing resources and ebooks that you are offering on your site. In simple words, your ads are working effectively and are generating more clicks. It also means more money for you.

2. Placing Adsense links on pages that are producing little, or better yet, no profit. By placing Adsense on a free resources page, you will reduce the amount of potential customers being lost to other sites. Tricky, but effective nonetheless.

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

With the many techniques that people are now learning on how to make the easiest money by their Adsense, it is not surprising that Google is trying everything to update and polish their Adsense in order to maintain their good image.

The possibility of adding is 2nd tier in Adsense is not impossible. With all the people spending more time in their Adsense now and still more getting into this line of marketing, there is no doubt about the many new improvements yet to be made. Imagine the smiles on the faces of the webmasters and publishers all around the world if ever they sign up for sub-affiliates and double or even triple the amount that they are already earning.
The one particularly handy money-making feature that is available with Adsense now is the ability to filter out up to 200 urls. These gives webmasters the option to block out low value offers from their pages as well as competitors to their websites. Talk about taking only those that are advantageous and discarding the ones that seem “useless”.

With Google Adsense, the possibilities are limitless. Yet there is also the possibility of someone taking advantage of the easy money process that this internet marketing is doing. If you think more about it, these negative factors may force Google to break down and thrash Adsense in the process. If that happens, people would have to go back to the old ways of internet marketing that does not make money online as easy as Adsense.

For now, however, Google Adsense is here to stay. As long as there are people wanting to earn some easy cash online just using their talents, the future ahead is looking good. Besides with all the strict guidelines that Google is enforcing over Adsense, it will take awhile for the Adsense privileges to be spammed and even terminated.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

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Monday, April 03, 2006

Other PPC Ideas You May Not Have Thought Of

Embedded text is another option. It’s not nearly as big as the text-based ads that frequent most sites, but I’m seeing it with greater frequency. A site like www.investopedia.com has them, if you’re looking for an example. Here’s how they work: advertisers buy a word on the page and that word is underlined and highlighted in green. When you mouseover the highlighted word, a small text-based advertisement appears that you can click on to go to another site. Because the words are not ads themselves, but rather triggers, they may not be as effective as text ads, but they do offer a fresh and non-invasive way to advertise. I think we’ll see more of this in the future.

Double qualified PPC ads are a clever way of helping you separate the people who are “just looking” from the people who actually want to buy. Companies that sell it, like www.havetraffic.com, essentially just create their own PPC ads for your keywords and those ads send visitors to a landing page that contains relevant information. If the information is what the visitor is looking for, they read it and leave. If it isn’t what they’re looking for, they can then click to your site. It’s essentially Pay Per Click with an intermediate qualifier in there. Most small businesses might resist the idea because it keeps traffic from your page, however it can increase the traffic that actually buys from you by pre-qualifying them in the first place. This idea is not for everyone but if you have a site with a huge amount of traffic and only a few buyers, it might help to reduce bandwidth and maybe even cut down on many of the emailed inquiries you get from people who will never buy.