In many webmaster forums, you are likely to come across this question: “How can I make money with Google AdSense?” Google AdSense is arguably the most popular pay-per-click advertising program today. Many webmasters are earning considerable money by displaying Google AdSense on their sites.
Yes, it is very possible to make money with Google AdSense. There are several effective and proven ways you can do this. The best part is that they are not complicated ways; they are in fact very simple and easy to implement. Of course, exactly how much you make from Google AdSense largely depends on how much effort you put into your sites. Don’t fall into believing that you can make money from Google AdSense overnight. Like other types of work, you need to spend time as well as have commitment and perseverance.
With all that said, you will learn three effective ways you can generate cash with Google AdSense — through niche sites, forums, and blogs.
The word “niche” is today’s buzzword. A niche is a specific market you want to focus on. If you are in the antique business, exactly what kind of antique do you deal with? Are you in the antique furniture business? Antique dolls? Antique cars? That’s your niche.
Niche websites are sites that are focused on very specific markets or audiences. Instead of a broad category, you narrow down into a target market or audience. For instance, a guitar website can be further made specific and focus on Fender Stratocaster guitars. People who are into Fender Stratocaster guitars are your target audience. Google AdSense ads that appear on this particular niche website appeal to your target audience and visitors. By being specific, you can generate higher clicks to your Google AdSense, which translates to higher Google AdSense earnings.
If you want to maximize your Google AdSense earnings, put up several niche websites instead of one website devoted to a broad category or topic. Instead of putting up a website about cars, put up several small websites focused on car repairs, care restoration, antique cars, and such. By narrowing down your website’s focus, you can attract targeted visitors who are likely to click on your Google AdSense ads.
Do you run a highly active forum or online discussion board? If your forum receives a lot of traffic and has many members who regularly participate in online discussions, you can monetize your forum pages by inserting Google AdSense in them. While forum users are known to be “ad blind”, you can insert Google AdSense codes smartly.
For instance, you can make your Google AdSense ads stand out by using very bright colors. On niche sites, it is recommended that your Google AdSense ads blend in with the site. In online forums, however, you can make money with Google AdSense by making the ads stand out. You can also make Google AdSense appear after a certain number of posts. Many forum owners have discovered that Google AdSense ads placed at the bottom of the last post on every page generate a lot of clicks.
Today, many are able to establish an online presence and have their voices heard. They do this by creating and maintaining their own blogs. In the last two years alone, literally hundreds of thousands of blogs have cropped up. Blog software like WordPress and blog networks like Blogger make it easy for anyone, even the least techie, to set up his or her own blog and make money from it. There are bloggers who are reportedly making four-, five- and six-figure yearly income just by placing Google AdSense on their blogs.
Since Blogger is owned by Google, people with blogs on Blogger can easily integrate Google AdSense into their accounts. Even if you don’t have an account with Blogger, you can still make money displaying Google AdSense ads on WordPress-powered blogs hosted on your server or third-party host. Blog software like WordPress has Google AdSense plugins. This means you can easily insert Google AdSense ad codes in your blog posts with just a click of a button.
To make the most out of your Google AdSense ads, it is recommended that you place a Google AdSense unit after each of your blog posts. If you are posting a long article, consider placing a Google AdSense unite in the middle of the article. And if you technically inclined (or you aren’t afraid of a challenge), you can insert Google AdSense codes into your blog template. Do it this way and your Google AdSense ads will display on all your blog pages.