Free SEO Lesson 18 – Google Adsense

A crossbreed of Google’s Webmaster advertising program AdWords is Adsense. Thus, Webmasters has to pay Google for the promotion of their ads. Hence, a pre-determined sum is diminished from the budget of advertising when an ad is clicked. On every search on Google, you can find these ads on the upper right side of the page. As we have mentioned earlier that AdSense is a crossbreed of AdWords then we can understand that AdWords permits us (you and me or other Websites) to highlight or support the similar AdWords ads on our websites. Now, it is Google’s turn to pay us. Google pays a decided proportion what it earns through AdWords ads.   Being an AdSense publisher, you are promoting AdWords ads of Google. Every time a visitor clicks on your ads, Google pays you a share from their earned revenue. For instance, you own an ice cream website a few lines of JavaScript code will be provided to you by Google and that will be pasted into your site. Google has the access to your content, page title etc. due to their perceptive technology. Therefore, it knows what your page is about; thus, a relevant topic according to your site’ subject displays on your site. Obviously, this technique improves chances of clicking and you earn your share. However, Google never reveals the exact figure of your earning but it should be between 0.1 and $10.00 per click. Nonetheless, you can never have the knowledge of your real earning Google keeps this secret within its heart. Subsequently, when your profit touches the number $100 you receive a check. This amount can be directly deposited into your bank account. Though this is the easiest way to earn money, yet it requires in-depth understanding of SEO, and related accessories and software. Moreover, initially you have to spend some money to reach at point of earning.  

Free SEO Tutorials – SEO Explained in 19 easy lessons:

  Lesson 1: Introduction (What is SEO?)       Lesson 2: How search engines work?  Lesson 3: Keyword Research Lesson 4: Competition Research Lesson 5: Site Preparation Lesson 6: Page Optimization (On page SEO) Lesson 7: Getting Indexed Lesson 8: Link Popularity Analysis Lesson 9: Link Building (Acquiring Links) Lesson 10: Using Social Media (Off page SEO) Lesson 11: Article and Directory Submissions Lesson 12: Web 2.0 and Viral Marketing Lesson 13: Rank Checking Lesson 14: Visitor Analysis Lesson 15: Best Free SEO Tools Lesson 16: Glossary of Terms BONUS LESSONS Lesson 17: Google Adwords Lesson 18: Google Adsense Lesson 19: Google Analytics

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