Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Google AdSense For Cash Gifting

Who puts Google AdSense on their articles? Everyone on the Internet does. Can you place Google AdSense Ads along side your site for your online "Gifting Programs"? Yes, you can. In fact, it is best that you do so. Who makes mistakes with Google AdSense Ads when they first start off? Everyone. Don't get bit by the fact that you were in another activity before, and you did not make anything with your AdSense Ads. It takes a little bit of time and a little bit of knowing of how to set things up. "What should I do to set things up?" you may be asking.

You need to look out for a few things when setting things up with "Google AdSense". Being that Googles Ads are white, it would be wise for you to place them along side the white surfaces of your site. Place them along any other color, then you lessen your chances of any clicks occurring. It is good to note, here, that the replicated site you were given when you first started with your Cash "Gifting Program" is not capable of having Google AdSense Ads placed upon it. You may have the ability of placing some links on it for the purposes of Inbound Links, but you will still be frowned upon by Google as well as Yahoo!

When placing AdSense Ads around your site, it is important to note that you can also place them in the wrong spots, as well, and not know it. Generally, your AdSense Ads should be placed (1) far north of your page (2) far south of your page (3) far east of your page (4) far east of your page (5) Or the central part of your page. Sounds difficult doesn't it? Its not.

Just place one AdSense Ad, per article, in one of these locations. Don't over due it either. Don't get to a point, like other people, to where you place so many AdSense Ads on your "Cash Gifting Programs" site that people don't know what your central theme or niche is. When you place so many AdSense Ads on just one page of your site, some visitors might think of you as just being greedy. Greedy may not be a strong enough word to describe what they may think. However, the point is to not do it.

When you begin your subscription with Google AdSense, you need to be prepared with one email address. That email address will be a permanent one. You will not be able to change it after you have set it up. So the very same Gmail address you used when you were setting up your replicated site with your "Cash Gifting Program" is what you should use when setting up your AdSense account. When it comes time to receiving your fair share of cash for your activity you do not want to be in any kind of bind.

You don't want to be in a position where your Google AdSense Ads do not relate to what you have written on your site. If your Ads appear different to what you have written, then you won't be entitled to a check. For example, if the Google AdSense Ads on on your Gifting site says something about taking a vacation to a resort somewhere, then your not entitled to a check. What you need to do is go to the Google AdSense site, itself, and get a Publishers I.D. Your Publishers I.D. might look something like this pub-2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . Your ads should change within a period of 24 hours. That should fix things up for you.

Why not have Google AdSense on all of your sites? In fact, you will receive more money by doing this. Good idea, eh? Just remember to have them in moderation around your different "Cash Gifting" sites. Googles (Terms and Conditions) should explain it all. If you need a site that is easy to use, then use BlinkWeb. It has drag-and-drop features and it is really easy to use. However, it is still encouraged that you learn HTML. It will take some time, but everything will come together too where you will be receiving your "Cash Gifts" along with your Google AdSense checks.

Until next time.

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