Placing AdSense on your blog is easy. A simple copy and paste action and
you’ve setup your website to make money. However, you need to know when to place
AdSense ads and where to place them and how to place them. This is what divides
the successful AdSense website builders from the not-so-successful AdSense
website builders. You need to use AdSense cleverly on your website.
Here are my findings you can use which has worked well for me to increase your
There has been a lot of discussion of people throwing-up when they see AdSense
on a blog. They see the blog as a vehicle to earn income from AdSense and the
blog itself has no value. After seeing some awful blogs.
What you need to do is place AdSense on your blog which blends with your
website. Take away those borders and change the colors. Make it look as though
it is part of your website. This will lessen the preconceived notion others have
with AdSense blogs.
Next, you need to post regularly to your blog. I have to admit that regularly
means daily. I have tests that show missing a day or two with blogging,
generally affects the traffic to your blog. So get some postings ready for times
when you are busy.
With good daily updated content on your blog, people will not mind that your
blog has AdSense on them. You have to understand that people are looking for
information. If you give them what they want, they will return and click on some
AdSense ads which are of interest to them in time.
Daily blogging with good content will make people forget your blog is built for
AdSense income. They will appreciate that you are making money since you are
spending so much time offering them content.
I find that using horizontal AdSense ads are very effective. These are called
leaderboards which span across the website. I normally place these at the top of
the website so that my regular readers will see them first thing when they
I also find that ad links are very effective. These are AdSense ads that only
show the category of ads and have no description. They look like menu bars.
People need to click on the ad link, see a list of related AdSense and click on
them again before you are paid.
Though it requires 2 clicks to generate AdSense income for you, I find that this
sort of ad is very effective. The good thing is Google does not count ad links
towards the number of AdSense ads you can have on your website (which is 3 by
Next, if you’re writing a post on your blog, make sure that you place AdSense
right after you mention an interesting point. It could be the revealing of a
finding or some breaking news with your niche.
The reason is that people are drawn to your content at that moment and seeing
related AdSense ads beside it will help the click through rate.
For your last AdSense ad, I would suggest placing it on the left hand side of
your blog. Preferably you will have a sign up box for a newsletter or
mini-course there, and place your AdSense under it
We humans read from left to right and from top to bottom. The top left portion
of your blog is viewed the most when they visit your blog. Make use of this
Use these suggestions to place your ads and increase the AdSense clicks. They
have worked for me. I suggest you test out a lot of these and see for yourself.
There are many membership sites that sell AdSense templates that has good
website content.step by step training and webhosting which you can start to use
immediately for your AdSense business. Many of these are optimized with AdSense
already so it will save you a lot of work. Learn how the templaes are structured
and take action on your own blogs or websites.
Source by Tasha Wanne
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