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Wednesday, 26 December 2012

The Lucrative Connection Between Blogs And Google


It's no great secret!
No great secret that is, unless you haven't discovered 
what many seasoned webmasters and just plain ordinary 
folks have found out.

"There's gold in them there blogs!"
Yours for the mining, or we should say writing.
Many people have discovered and are benefiting from 
the connection between blogs and Google Adsense. 
A lucrative connection that's earning them extra 
money each month as they receive their checks from 
Google. It's putting a big smiiiiiiile on 
their faces.


What's even more amazing, all this can be set up 
at zero-cost to anyone who can use a cursor. It's 
a totally free system that can earn you money each 
and every month.

What gives? What's the connection?
Actually, there is no big secret, anyone can 
set up a blog or blogs and put Google's AdSense 
code on them. If you're new to the Internet or not 
a webmaster -- these things may have to be explained 
further.

Blogs are online journals where anyone can write 
on any subject or topic that interests them. Blogs 
are extremely popular with Internet users, with 
an estimated 60 million or more blogs on the web. 
Any and every topic (news, hobbies, sports, etc.) 
is covered in these blogs.

Creating a blog couldn't be easier, there are many 
online blogging sites that will let you set up a 
blog of your own for free. The two main biggies 
are bloglines.com (owned by Ask Jeeves) and 
blogger.com (owned by Google). It only takes minutes 
to create your own blog.


Or many webmasters who don't want to go the 'free 
route' can use a system from wordpress.com and 
place or host the blogs on their own sites. It will 
give you a lot more options. Regardless which method 
you use, once you have your blog up and running, you 
will need to get a Google AdSense account here: 

Google AdSense is an advertising system where you 
as the publisher places the AdSense code on your site. 
Google then uses this code to send targeted 'keyword 
guided' ads to be displayed on your site. If someone 
clicks on your Google ad, you earn a portion of the 
ad revenue. These ads come in many formats and sizes. 
Chances are you have already seen these 'Ads by Google' 
on many sites that you have visited, you may have even 
clicked on one or two!

Advertisers wanting visitors or customers to their sites, 
buy these ads using the Google Adword system. Commonly known 
as Pay-Per-Click advertising. This system is based on 
keywords, these are the words people use to search for 
things on the Internet. Because they are 'keyword based' 
-- these ads match perfectly with the content on your 
site or blog - delivering well targeted visitors to the 
advertisers.

Google's AdSense program is very user friendly. Google 
lets you customize your ads to match the 'look and feel' 
of your site. Google also gives you some good advice on 
'where' to place these ads on your site to increase your 
click-through rate. It would be a good idea to read this 
section before you place the AdSense Code on your site 
or blog.

Google also lets you track your AdSense code on 200 
different urls (channels) so you can see which web pages 
or blogs are earning you money. As part of Google's 'TOS' 
Terms of Service, individual publishers (that's you!) are 
not allowed to discuss any AdSense earnings they get from 
Google. So mums the word.

However, one of the 'keys' to making ad revenue from 
your Google AdSense account has to do with 'keywords'. 
Obviously, some keywords are worth more than others, 
that is - certain keywords or phrases that people type into 
search engines will pay more. For example, which one do 
you think will bring in more revenue to your AdSense 
program -- someone searching for a home loan or someone 
searching for a baseball cap.

Many webmasters or bloggers use sites like http://www.overture.com 
to see what advertisers are paying for certain keywords. 
Just as important, it will also give you the number of 
searches made by surfers for your chosen keywords 
or phrases last month.

The real trick is to set up a blog or blogs on popular 
(heavy traffic) topics or keywords that pay the most money 
to publishers like you. Also, it's best to create a blog or 
blogs on topics that will keep your interest for years to 
come. You do have to write interesting stories, facts, 
information on your topic in order to bring visitors and 
traffic to your blogs... so pick something that you're very 
passionate about.

Submit your blogs to all the blog directories, here's a 
good place to start:www.masternewmedia.org/rss/top55/

Once you have a regular flow of traffic to your blogs, 
you will see a regular flow of AdSense income coming to 
you each month. The more traffic or page impressions you 
get, the more you could possibly earn.

Blogs use RSS to syndicate their content. RSS stands for 
Really Simple Syndication, the standard format for syndication 
of content from online blogs, news sites, forums and other 
web sites. Google has introduced a system where you can 
place your AdSense Code into your RSS Feeds. You have to 
apply separately to get into this program -- it's only 
in Beta yet. But the potential for RSS AdSense could be 
very beneficial to bloggers, imagine getting your AdSense 
code syndicated to thousands upon thousands of 
subscribers or web sites.

Google has also gone so far as applying for a patent on 
RSS ads. This patent could give Google control of RSS 
advertising. The application was filed by Google employee 
Nelson Minar and is currently under review by the U.S. 
Trade and Patent Office.

Regardless of whether or not Google is successful in this 
application; the potential of RSS AdSense is great and may 
have far reaching implications in the very near future. This 
could also prove to be a very lucrative system for both Google 
and the ordinary webmaster or blogger.

A very lucrative connection indeed.
Everyone is profiting from Google, find out how you can too! Click here: Google Cash File
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1 comments:

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