How to make money with Google Adsense


It’s not enough to develop a website and publish it to search engines to get the quality traffic you’ll need to boost your AdSense earnings.

It will take work…the difference is this…will it be minimal work that produces a bottom line, or just wasted work bouncing around in the dark…not knowing how to make a good keyword research, the formula for generating traffic on search engines…

Again, for those who just want to make a website and say “yippee kai ehhh, show me the money”… turn off your computer, take a cold shower and come back.

Some also say that to succeed in Google AdSense marketing, you need to develop websites with targeted and fresh content: articles, audios, videos, etc. Indeed, it is a conventional and true way. Just to qualify this statement, there are also other ways to get targeted traffic ready to click on your ads without doing these things. It’s not arbitration, if that’s what you think. Google doesn’t like arbitrage sites… arbitrage always works if you know how to do it. (this is another branch and you can’t do everything)

Here’s something 99% of internet users may never have tried. I use a JV/Adwords approach to get targeted traffic. I create free AdWords campaigns for business owners, help them advertise their business for pennies, and AdSense ads belong to me. That way they don’t pay 1 cent until the traffic actually comes to their web page, and if the traffic decides to leave after an online purchase or no purchase, they can exit through my AdSense ads which are in Google’s TOS (you cannot solicit someone to click on your ad). So it’s a win-win for everyone. The owner doesn’t need to pay for my monthly AdWords services, I get traffic to their site to buy their products, and I get traffic that leaves the site, either by closing their browser or due to an AdSense ad that appeals to the customer’s interest. Win-win-win.

Then there are the GRAY hat AdSense practices, these toe the line, so be very very careful when “dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight” and keep those AdSense sites on dedicated IPs away from your sites long-term money. This means you should keep them on VDS or dedicated virtual servers with their own IP addresses in case the sites for some reason “turn to the dark side” because of something nastier you’ve done. Most hosting uses shared IP addresses and webmasters often use the “Addon” domain feature. So just in case an IP address gets blacklisted by Google, de-indexed in search engine, deleted, your primary sites are safe.

Now, even though an AdSense technique is called gray hat, how easy is it to set up these sites and earn tons of money? No. There will always be a minimum of work, even for the shortest shortcuts. “Grey Hat” doesn’t mean no work or investment, you have to buy software, special hosting which can cost up to $1000. And if you know the shortcuts, it will cost you a fraction of the price.

To learn how to make money with Google Adsense, visit Sherman’s AdSense blog here