Best Few Tips and Tricks to Google AdSense to Make money online with your Small business

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Reading a few forums and blogs about Google AdSense tips lately, and thought it would be helpful to consolidate as many as possible in one place without the comments. I've also thrown in a few tips of my own.

We start out with some of the basic general stuff and move to the more specific topics later on.When you're deciding to become a website publisher you will fall into one of two broad categories:

· Publish 100 websites that each earn $1 a day profit
· Publish 1 website that earns $100 a day profit

The reality of it is, most people end up somewhere in between. Having 100 websites leaves you with maintenance, management and content issues. Having one website leaves you open to all sort of fluctuations (search engines algorithm's, market trends, etc). You can adapt your plan on the way, but you'll have an easier time if you start out going in the direction of where you want to end up.

General or Niche

You can build your website around general topics or niche ones. Generally speaking niche websites work better with AdSense. First off the ad targeting is much better. Secondly as you have a narrow focus your writing naturally becomes more expert in nature. Hopefully this makes you more authority in your field.

If this is your first try at building an AdSense website, make it about something you enjoy. It will make the process much easier and less painful to accomplish. You should however make sure that your topic has enough of an ad inventory and the payout is at a level you are comfortable with. You may love medieval folk dancing, but the pool of advertisers for that subject is very small (in fact it's currently zero).

Once you've gotten the hang of how AdSense works on a website, you are going to want to dabble in some high paying keywords, you may even be tempted to buy a high paying keyword list. This does come with some dangers. First off the level of fraud is much higher on the big money terms.

Secondly there is a distortion of the supply and demand relationship for these terms. Everyone wants ads on their website that make $35 or more a click, however the number of advertisers who are willing to pay that much is pretty limited. Additionally the competition for that traffic is going to be stiff. So, don't try to run with the big dogs if you can't keep up. If you have to ask if you're a big dog, then chances are, you're not.

When you're building a new site don't put AdSense on it until it's finished. In fact I'd go even farther and say don't put AdSense on it until you have built inbound links and started getting traffic.

If you put up a website with "lorem ipsum" dummy or placeholder text, your AdSense ads will almost certainly be off topic. This is often true for new files on existing websites, especially if the topic is new or different. It may take days or weeks for Google's media bot to come back to your page and get the ads properly targeted.

TIP: If you start getting lots of traffic from a variety of IP's you will speed this process up dramatically.I like to build my sites using include files. I put the header, footer and navigation in common files. It makes it much easier to maintain and manage. I also like to put my AdSense code in include files. If I want/need to change my AdSense code, it's only one file I have to work with.

TIP: I also use programming to turn the AdSense on or off. I can change one global variable to true or false and my AdSense ads will appear or disappear.
Managing URL's and channels

AdSense channels are one area where it's really easy to go overboard with stats. You can set up URL channels to compare how one website is doing to another. You can also set up sub channels for each URL. If you wanted to you do something channels like this:
· - 728 banner
· - 336 block
· - text link
· - 728 banner
· - image banner
· - 336 block
· - 300 block

While this is great for testing and knowing who clicks where and why, it makes your reporting a little wonky. Your total number will always be correct but when you look at your reports with a channel break down things will get displayed multiple times and not add up to correct total. Makes things pretty confusing, so decide if you really want that level of reporting detail?

TIP: At the very least you want to know what URL is generating the income so be sure to enter distinct URL channels.

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