Doers Only Allowed. We Rehabilitate Procrastinators too.

11827 Members
594 Friendships
Tuwaze Youtube

What is AdSense and How Do I make money from Adsense?

ArticleID 62  
Writer Martin Mungai
Category Personal Article

Adsense is a Google cost-per-click advertising program, which enables publishers as well as anyone to place ads on their websites. The publisher needs to insert a script into their website that Google uses to display adverts. The ads come in various sizes and types depending on the layout of the content on the publisher’s site and they are targeted to be relevant to the content on that website.

Before You Can Start

You must have an existing website before you can apply to the Google AdSense program. The Google AdSense team reviews your website before accepting your application, thus you must first put up a working website and not just an "under construction" page. For instance, if you are opening a blog, you first have to post a few articles.

Steps to Getting Google AdSense Ads on Your Site

Apply to Google

When your website is functional, apply to Google AdSense. Google will then send you an associate mail to verify your email address. Follow the directions in this message. Once you do that, your application will be sent to the Google AdSense team. However, before they can get back to you, continue to post to it just as you do.

Configure Your Ads

Once your account is approved, you'll be able to log into your account to urge the necessary hypertext mark-up language code (HTML) to paste into your web page or blog. The code may be found in the "AdSense Setup" tab. There are a variety of choices; however the code for the context-sensitive advertisements may be situated underneath the "AdSense for Content" link. You’ll be able to customize the appearance of the advertisements, choose from text ads, image ads, or a mixture of both ads. Once you’re done configuring, you'll be given some hypertext mark-up language code that you'll be able to cut and paste into your website.

There are other varieties of ads besides the context-sensitive ads. "AdSense for Search" provides you with a Google search box that you can place on your website. Once your guests search through that box, and click on an ad, it will be as if that they had clicked an advert on your website. "Referrals" give you ads for specific commodities and products.

Pasting the Google AdSense Code onto Your Blog or Web Page

Ensure that when you put in the code into your website, you put it in as HTML. However, if have a blog, it is advisable to paste the code into your blog's template as an alternative of independently squeezing it into each and every post.

Cautionary Things to Look Out For: • Never click your own Google ads • Don’t expect a fortune unless you have traffic • Don’t put ads if you're selling something

Google Adsense, Make money from Adsense
Back   | Next Article  



Post Your Comment Here

Copyright Tuwaze.com© 2013 - 2020 All rights reserved Privacy - Report Bug - Jobs