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How to Monetize your site using AdSense
By: Rob Sullivan
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    2007-05-22

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  • How to Monetize your site using AdSense
  • The setup was...
  • Google responds fairly...
  • Finally, copy the...
  • Therefore if you...
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  • Some final thoughts...

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    How to Monetize your site using AdSense - Some final thoughts...


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    Some final thoughts

    If you find that your site just doesn't generate enough clicks in a month to generate at least the $100 minimum, you can use your ad code on other sites which do drive more traffic.

    If you know someone who has a high traffic site but isn't taking advantage of a program like AdSense, I'd recommend contacting them to see if they'd be willing to display ads on their site. Perhaps you can make a deal with him - splitting the ad revenue. Be careful not to distribute your code on too many sites, though, as you could set up flags because your clicks have gone up so quickly in a short time.

    One thing some people have been known to do is create content specifically for high paying ads. I read a story once about a guy who built a blog around asbestos removal. He didn't know anything

    That way you can monetize your site (and others) using AdSense in addition to your existing products or services.

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    Written by Rob Sullivan.


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