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Adsense Tips

Below are Google Adsense tips for people starting to make money with Google Adsense. These Google Adsense tips are aimed at beginners trying to start a business earning money with Google Adsense. If you are an experienced Google Adsense publishers, perhaps you can contribute to our pool of Google Adsense tips so that others may benefit from your expertise.


Adsense Tips

In this section of Adsense Tips, we are going to discuss how to position your Google Adsense ads on your website. If you are new to Google Adsense, it is important to learn the Adsense tips for positioning your Adsense ads.

All Google Adsense publishers want to know the best positions for placing Adsense ads that will bring most revenues.

Adsense tips: experiment, experiment, experiment

Google has videos giving great Adsense tips on this subject. But, in the end, the best Adsense tips one can give you is to experiment with different Adsense positions on your website and see which work best.

When you are just starting to make money with Google Adsense, you may not realize how much different positions of Google Adsense ads affect how much money you earn in Adsense revenues. It affects how many clicks you get to your Google Adsense ads.

Adsense tips: Putting ads on the shelf does not mean customers will buy

A lot of new Google Adsense publishers think, if you put Google Adsense ads on the page, people will click. Unfortunately, this isn't the case. Just like a retail store, just having a product on the shelf does not mean people will go and buy it. Some people might but not many. Now, if you put the same product right by the door when people walk in, it is more likely that more people will buy the product. Placing Google Adsense ads on your website carries the same concept. If you find the right place to put your Adsense ads, more people will buy.

Adsense tips: relevant content means more clicks and more money

To ensure that more people click on your Google Adsense ads, you should understand the dynamics of why someone would click on any Adsense ads in the first place.

For starters, if you've created your page correctly, with the proper content and keywords, the Google Adsense ads that are going to appear on your page will coincide with the actual content of the page and with the type of visitors that your page will attract.

For example. If you have a web page with articles on home based business, if you've set up your page and keywords correctly, the people who will find your page will be those who are interested in starting a home based business or making money from home. At the same time, the Google Adsense ads that will appear on your page will be ads also aimed at people who are looking for home based business ideas or opportunities.

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