You Can Make Money With Google AdSense

by Duane Chesney

If you are using the Google AdSense program to monetize your website, you need to find good keywords to include in your site's content to attract the highest paying AdSense ads to your site.  Adsense ads are placed based on the keywords that appear most frequently in your content.  For example, if you are selling candles, you will want to have your site or blog to be rich in keywords relating to candles in order to have Google to send AdSense ads related to candles to your site or blog.  That way you will have a better chance of people clicking on one of the Adsense Ads on your site.

A note of caution:  Google has a strict policy about not encouraging visitors to your site to click on Adsense Ads.  In other words you cannot encourage your visitors to click on the ads, point arrows to them, etc.  If you do this Google will drop you from the AdSense program.

Finding the right keywords to incorporate into you content can be a time consuming task.  Fortunately there are ways to streamline the process and to make the task easier and rewarding.

There is a free e-book by Brad Callen that goes into detail about how to find the highest paying keywords and how to incorporate them into you web site or blog.  Also he shows you how you can use Google Adwords to drive traffic to you AdSense page or blog.

You can download this free no hype e-book AdSense Arbitrage, KE Case Study #1 and its companion e-book Google AdWords Made Easy here.

There is a computer program that is designed to help in the keyword research process and works well with the techniques discussed in the above e-books.  You can click here for more information and pricing.

Have a great day.


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Emily Tanksley Senior   

Thanks for the great information. I have downloaded the ebooks so I will set out to read for a bit.... Thanks!
Jan 14th 2008 17:47   
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