Benefits of Google AdSense and Affiliate Marketing


If you are an affiliate marketer who has a website rich in niche content, you can earn extra income by joining the Google AdSense program. Google will display relevant advertisements on your content pages and PAY YOU each time your site visitors simply “click” on one of the advertisements. They don’t have to buy anything or join “memberships”. All your website visitors have to do is CLICK on the ad and YOU get paid!

Getting started is easy. Google will create an account for you and provide you with a code you need to display ads. Simply insert the code into your website’s content pages and you can start displaying ads immediately.

Google’s search and page ranking technology will search for ads that are relevant to your content pages. This technology matches the primary language of your pages and the ads are targeted to your specific geographic location. This means that ads for users in the UK, for example, will not be the same as those displayed on your website for users in Argentina. This Google “geo-targeting” makes ads relevant to all your website visitors, no matter where in the world they live.

For your website to be accepted, your site must comply with Google’s program policies and must not contain profanity, harmful language, information about piracy, illegal drugs, pornography, gambling or any other material that infringes the rights of others.

The following types of websites are NOT accepted by Google Adsense:

1. About Me Websites

Google does not accept personal websites for its AdSense program. The reason for this is that most personal websites don’t have a specific theme and are usually just a random collection of information about the owner of the website. Google looks for content-based websites that contain a lot of information on a specific topic. The website should have a central theme to which all pages relate.

2. Disorganized Websites

Websites accepted by Google AdSense should be clear and easy to navigate for the user. All links should work and each page should have a consistent layout. Typos and grammatical errors should be minimal or non-existent.

3. Not enough pages

Google prefers acceptable websites to have at least 20 pages. This allows a significant number of targeted ads to be placed on the website to ensure that Google and the publisher will earn money.

4. The site is not solid

A website that only contains links to other websites is not acceptable as a Google AdSense publishing website. You must have enough CONTENT to make your website valuable to the visitor.

5. The website is not optimized to receive traffic

If your website is not optimized to receive many visitors, it will be difficult to generate income through Google AdSense.

6. Website Violates Google AdSense Policies

Before submitting an application, read the terms of service carefully to ensure that your website meets all requirements. The good news is that once you’re approved, you can display AdSense on all of your websites, as long as they follow Google’s policies.

In conclusion, the Google AdSense program can bring passive income to a content-rich website. If you have one, contact Google to get started.