Web site owners and online writers on hosting sites can enroll in the Google AdSense program to share revenue on either pay-per-click or per-impression basis. But, what are the dos and donts for success? These 10 Google AdSense quotes are collected from top Internet marketers whose works explain the dos and donts of the program.
Google AdSense quotes by Joel Comm:*
Dont be passive about your AdSense income.; work hard to increase it. But before you try out that hot new idea you read about at an Internet forum, be sure to check out Googles AdSense TOS. Some web publishers have forever relinquished their fat AdSense paychecks, just because they were too busy to pay attention to something so fundamental to their AdSense survival. #1
When the ads appear on your page, you have to leave them completely alone. You might be tempted to tell your users to click here or support your sponsors but if Google catches you, they could well cut you off. They want people to click because theyre genuinely interested in the ad. Get your strategy right and theyll do just that. #2
You can encourage your users to download the products your affiliate links promote or to use your search bar, but never encourage your users to click your ads. #3
Todays visitors are blind to banners, mad at pop-ups, weary of ads and skeptical of contests and giveaways. So how do you win their confidence? Simple. Dont make your ads look like ads! #4
If you think about it, nearly all PC users are right handed (even left handed people like me control their mouse with their right hand because its how we were brought up to use a mouse). By placing the ads on the right edge its psychologically less distance between your right hand and the screen. #5
*Joel Comm is an American author, Internet marketer and social media expert whose book The AdSense Code: What Google Never Told You about Making Money with Adsense was also New York Times bestseller.
Google AdSense quotes by Harold Davis & David Iwanow*:
A site that draws traffic is a potential money maker, or can help you fulfill your business goals even if these dont include direct revenue creation. Obviously, other factors besides content do come into play in determining search rankings, but there is no substitute for quality content. #6
Dont forget the old saw that its better to be a big fish in a small pond than a small fish in a big pond. Sites that feature a niche that is only of interest to a small group of people (but very interesting to those people) are likely to achieve high search engine rankings for the relevant terms, draw traffic through the search engines, and become well known among aficionados of the niche. #7
Content is king. Content is certainly king if your business model is to publish content on the web and make money from advertising with content driven traffic. Your first rule should be: dont dis the king. #8
Have you ever tried to keep fresh-caught fish fresh? It isnt easy. Neither is keeping site content fresh. But sites, and their content, need to stay fresh. #9
*The authors of Google Advertising Tools: Cashing in with AdSense and AdWords.
The program was popular from the start, and after a few rocky periods of users abusing the system, it has proven to be quite a moneymaker for successful bloggers. #10
Susannah Gardner & Shane Birley, Blogging for Dummies
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Be sure to comply with the dos and donts for success remember these Google AdSense quotes!