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Customized blog designs are known as "AdSense Ready themes" and they are different from other blog templates in the way that their main focus is integrating contextual ads around content.
As you can see in AdSense Ready themes, ads and links are carefully placed above, beside and below individual posts to maximize exposure and click through potential. Depending on which theme you choose, many of them will allow you to easily place blocks of square ads within each post, which is a sure-fire way to receive the highest amount of clicks from your average website visitor.
Aside from the major bonus of having the ability to provide you with extra income, you should utilize AdSense Ready templates because they are incredibly convenient. Unlike other templates, you won't get stuck sifting through loads of code while trying to make even the simplest adjustments to the temple's form. In many cases, choosing an AdSense Ready theme is as simple as inserting an AdSense publisher ID, and after a few minutes, you're done. If you have more than one niche website or blog that uses credited feeds or free content, AdSense Ready templates will prove to be a life saver because niche websites with high-paying keywords will be naturally more profitable when you use templates with optimized ad placements.
As you can see, there are many simple, hassle-free ways to monetize your website or blog. In many cases, it's just a matter of getting past the fear of programs and other technology that has a tendency to quickly overwhelm first-time bloggers and website start-ups. In the third part of this series on ways to monetize your website or blog, you will discover programs similar to the ones already discussed that are just as simple to use and beneficial to your site.
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