Just in case you don't know what adsense is, it is an affiliate-type advertising program where you can earn money online by visitors clicking on the ads that appear on your blog (or website).For more information about Google's Adsense program you can visit my The Adsense Consultant Blog.
You may not be aware of this but there have been some Adsense Millionaires
out there so this just goes to show you that it IS
possible to make a lot of money with the Adsense program! You can click here
to see one of my more popular blog posts about just how much some people have been making with Google's Adsense program!
But I'm sure the question that you are asking is HOW
Basically speaking you make money with Adsense when visitors to your site click on the ads that appear on your site. You make MORE
money when more people / visitors to your site click on the ads that appear on your site. You make even MORE
money when the ads on your site are from higher-paying advertisers.
So the answer seems to be that first you should get as much traffic to your site as possible. (Please see my The SEO Consultant Blog
for more information about getting more traffic to your site.
Additionally, you should also try to put in higher-paying keyword content into your site so that it will appeal to the higher-paying advertisers.
Now one of the questions that you may have is "What are the higher-paying keywords?"
I offer a high-paying keyword list on my The Adsense Consultant Blog BUT
you can find many sites that purport to have high-paying keyword lists available for free and you don't have to pay money for their information.
Just to give you some clue about high-paying keywords it seems that those keywords associated with financial-type things like debt consolidation, student loans, auto insurance, unclaimed money, government grants, current lawsuit litigation topics, etc bring in higher-paying advertisers.
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