Saturday, April 17, 2010

Make Money Fast With Google Adsense

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Here we are going to discuss another make money fast trick that is used by many experts but you too can do it. But the best part about it is that it will help you make money immediately. In under 24 hours.


So what exactly is Google Adsense ?


Now go to Google.com and type a term like “Make Money Fast” or “Make Money Online” or any other term you want. As shown in the picture below you can see some ads on the right hand side, as well as some ads marked with in yellow color. 


These are called sponsored links or paid links. Every time some one clicks on one of these links, the advertise will pay Google money (depends on what he bids for). But the best thing is that you can get to the 1st page of Google for any keyword with these.

Here's a guide that will certainly help you to learn A-Z of Adsense

http://www.2createawebsite.com/books/UntoldAdSenseFacts.pdf

Write click and click "Save As" to download the file.



Important tips for anyone using Google Adwords

1) Avoid Broad Matching of Keywords - This is a big mistake for two reasons. First is it will cost you a lot of money when bidding for a very broad keyword like “make money” or “affiliate marketing”. And the competition is so high for it so most probably you will end up getting a low rank which in turn will reduce your
CTR (Click Through Rate) and increase the amount you have to pay. The aim of using Google adsense is to get a high rank and begin to make money fast, but it certainly won’t happen if your ads appear in a low position. So it is advisable to avoid broad matching keywords.  Always make use of the Google Adwords Keyword Tool to do your research.  

2) Include your targeted keyword in the title - This is very obvious, if you are bidding for the phrase "how to make money fast" use that in the title, and if possible use it in the ad as well, so when a user searches for this particular term it will get highlighted. Therefore it increases your chances of getting a click, increasing your
CTR (Click Through Rate) in turn reducing the amount you have to pay to get to higher rank in the SERP (Search Engine Results Page) for your targeted keyword.

3) Avoid the unwanted keywords - If you do not want your ad to appear for a certain keyword then make use of global negatives. One word that you might want to avoid is "free", of course the purpose of using Google Adwords is to get to the top of the page and make money fast, even if your site is brand new. So you can avoid the visitors who are looking for free stuff, just like that you can avoid displaying your ad to keywords you do not like.


4) Avoid the Google Adwords Content Network -From my personal experience in Google Adwords all I can say is that the content network is not a very successful method. Of course you can make money by showing your ads in the content network but if you are a beginner it can be a little confusing since you might have any idea on which sites the ads are showing up. Even though you may get 1000's of clicks from the content network, the quality of traffic that you get from the content network is not even close to the quality of traffic that you get directly from the search. So I would recommend you to avoid the content network if you have small budget and is a beginner.

5) Watch Your CTR (Click Through Rate) - This one is for beginners. The CTR (Click Through Rate) not only affects the position where your ads will show up but it will also affect the amount you pay. A good CTR is 2%-5%. A low CTR will increase the amount you have to pay to get a higher position, and a higher CTR will reduce the amount you have to pay to get a higher spot. So always maintain a proper CTR (Click Through Rate), if the CTR is going down then it is advisable to edit your ad title and contents.


6) Include Keyword In URL – If your keyword is “make money fast”, then just make your display url www.yourdomain.com/makemoneyfast . As I said earlier where ever the keyword is used in your ad (title, contents, display URL), it will get highlighted which will pursue the surfer to click on your ad.


7) Avoid Superlative Terms – Using words like “Best in the World”, “Best Ever’ or “Greatest” or ALL CAPITAL WORDs will just end up with you ad getting banned.So just avoid using all capitals and superlative terms.

8) Proper Keyword Research – Of course this is not something I have to mention. Use the incorrect keywords, you will end up losing lots of money and end up giving up on adwords. Of course you can make use of the Google Adwords Tool, but if you are not sure about the ROI (Return On Investment) of your keywords then I can recommend Keyword Spy. A great keyword research tool that allows anyone to select the best keywords for a successful Google Adwords Campaign.   


9) Don’t Fight With other Bidders – All the bidders want to be number one. But just increasing the amount you are paying just to get to the number one spot is not advisable. Be patient and just settle for number 2, and if your ad has a more attractive title, description and a URL then automatically your CTR will increase which in turn will reduce the amount you have to bid to get to the No 1 spot. Some advertisers with big budgets use bidding software that automatically adjusts the bidding amount to maintain a certain position this is certainly not a good idea if you don’t have a really big budget.

10) Restrict Your Ads To The Relevant Countries – Usually my Google Ads only show up in USA and Canada since I feel that it’s more profitable and I don’t have the biggest budget! But if you are not worried about your budget you can also target Western European countries and Australia. But I would recommend anyone to avoid African and South Asian countries since the ROI (Return On Investment) can be very low for those areas depending on what you are selling. So before you advertise just do some research to see if there is a demand for your product in a certain area.


If your site is brand new but you want to make money quick then Google Adsense is the answer, but carefully plan your campaign or else you will end up losing money and never wanting to use Adsense again. 

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