Google’s Adsense Program – Some Tips On Signing Up.

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on July 23, 2009
Posted Under: Google AdSense

The truth about Google’s Adsense program, is that it’s the most amazing affiliate program ever invented by man!

It could even be the most amazing affiliate program ever!

No other affiliate program even comes close, when it comes to ease of operation, and earnings potential.  If you are not currently using Google’s Adsense program; you are really missing out on a truly great opportunity to make some serious cash.

The only other affiliate program that comes close to Google’s Adsense program, is Amazon’s affiliate program.

Although it’s not perfectly clear how Google pays it’s commissions; pays 5% on all shipped products.

Google’s Adsense program seems to use a payment formula known only to them.

Revenue is compared across different “channels” and ad programs, using effective cost-per-thousand impressions, or (ECPM)s.

It is the total earnings, divided by the number of impressions, in thousands, however, it is only a reporting feature, and doesn’t represent actual amount that the publisher gets paid.

An example they use to explain this is shown below:

If a publisher earns $180.00 from 45,000 impressions; the ECPM equals $4.00 or ($180.00/45).

In any event Google’s Adsense program doesn’t pay on the basis of clicks, leads, or click through; but by their own secret formula.

However they compute it; it’s fair.

Here are some tips for signing up to Google’s Adsense program.

Google’s Adsense search engine spiders are very effective in determining specific web page content. The Adsense advertising that appears on each page, will correspond to some, or all the elements of that page.

For this reason alone, it’s probably a good idea not to have ads from other companies included with Google’s Adsense program ads on your web pages.  You simply get more bang for the buck, so to speak.

If you must, you can place image, banner, or text ads along with Google’s Adsense program ads but if you place a search box from another company on the same web page as you place Google’s search box, you may find that Google may stop partnering with you.

Google’s Adsense program is a great way to earn revenue on your website.

If you search websites in several different categories, you will find that most of them have Google Adsense ads on their websites and nothing else.  There is a good reason for this.

Although most other affiliate programs individually generate larger amounts of income per sale, they do not consistently produce income like Google’s Adsense program.

They are not necessarily a waste of your time, but unless you use PPC, they simply don’t produce as consistently.

Go ahead and try other affiliate programs, but don’t skip Google’s Adsense program.

Click Here, For Information On Other Google Programs .

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