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How to Monetize your site using AdSense
By: Rob Sullivan
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    How to Monetize your site using AdSense

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    With the advent of blogs and other informational sites, the search engine market space has become increasingly competitive.

    Sometimes website owners begin to wonder if they will ever make money off their product or service. In this article I give you other ideas on how to make money with your website, even if you don't sell products or services.

    My experience with AdSense

    As an owner or contributor to many sites, not just search engine related, I've come to learn a thing or two about monetizing a site.

    The thing is, I don't mind writing for these sites - it gives me an outlet because my mind is always racing with new article ideas.

    On one of my sites is about console gaming: Xbox, Nintendo and so on. It's not a huge site, but I get some decent visitors. I have a friend who writes for a similar site that deals with portable gaming units like the Nintendo DS and the Sony PSP.

    When we started writing it was for fun and to bring some news to the world. Kind of like a console gaming news aggregator.

    So when Google came out with their AdSense product I applied for an account immediately. Since I work in the industry I knew about AdSense long before most people and got an AdSense account within 48 hours of applying for it.

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