this month there's one MAJOR change in my ezine! It has become totally email-free. No more long newsletters in your mailbox! I can only see more advantages putting it online.
Email filters prevent some of my subscribers from getting their copy of my ezine. Subscribers emails will from now on only be used for the mini-course and for short notices when a new issue has been posted. Email addresses will also be used to count my subscribers.
I have been busy these last couple of days altering the site. I added a header to the site and that just tripled my daily subscriptions!! On all pages I have placed Google banners creating more revenue...
10 tips to maximize revenue with AdSense:
Within a few minutes, your site will begin displaying AdWords, and so you can start making money. Each day you wait means revenue lost. So, do it now.
All else being equal, the more pages you have displaying AdWords, the more money you'll earn.
If you already have a website, display AdWords on more pages.
And create more great content pages. We recommend that you focus on creating pages (and sites) on topics you have a passion for. You'll find more on creating AdSense content pages in Tip #8.
It's especially useful if these content pages are very clearly focused. Then, Google will be able to serve highly relevant AdWords to your visitors. This means your visitors will be more interested in the ads, which results in higher click through rates -- and more money for you!
You may be wondering how you know what keywords pay best. If you're a Google AdWords advertiser, you can log into your AdWords account and experiment. If you're not an AdWords advertiser, one way to find this out is to use a free tool at the pay-per-click search engine, Overture. This tool allows you to see what advertisers are paying on Overture for each keyword.
Granted, there are certainly differences between keyword pricing at Overture and Google. Yet, this tool can give you a general idea of which keywords will pay more than others. (Also, remember that you will be sharing revenue with Google, so you will earn a portion of the amount the advertiser pays for each click.)
One tool you can use comes from the pay-per-click search engine, 7Search. 7Search has a page on the 100 highest paying keywords.
Recognize that different pages on your site can have different purposes. For example, some pages may be designed to sell specific products. Others may be designed to rank high in the search engines (but don't ever try to trick the search engines). Still others can be designed for Google AdSense. Once you know which pages you're creating for AdSense, select an appropriate keyword (or key phrase).
Use the keyword as the file name and put dashes between the words. In the example above, you would use the file name 'water-gardening.html' for your water gardening page.
Ideally, select keywords that are the highest paying keyword on the topic. By tweaking the file name, you may be able to improve your AdSense results dramatically. The next tip will explain how to create a great AdSense page.
Above all, make sure the page you create offers great value to people interested in the topic. When you provide excellent information on a specific topic, your visitors will benefit and will be more likely to click through to relevant AdWords.
Plus, Google has some of the smartest engineers around, and they are very good at detecting this kind of fraud.
If you cheat, you'll likely get kicked out of the AdSense program -- and then you won't earn anything.
new and free to use! See what people are searching for on Google. There
is a built-in affiliate program. Have a look here : NicheBot.com
- "Search For What People Are Searching For"
Another brilliant tool, check your sites ranking on Google for certain keywords. Also determine what keywords suit your site best! http://www.googlerankings.com
It will be a while before this next issue will be posted. It will be around the 10th of July.
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