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Increasing Your Google Adsense Revenue

Do you have a website? Do you use Google Adsense on your site? If yes, do you receive sufficient revenue from your ads? If you've been posting Google Adsense on your site for quite some time but still find that it's not generating any revenue for you, perhaps you may be missing some things out. Knowing the right way of effectively marketing your Adsense ads will make a big difference. Let's talk about some tips on how you can maximize your Google Adsense revenue:

Watch your content's quality. Fresh, quality web content drives more people to your site. Great content keeps them coming back for more. A poor web content can really affect your goal to top in search engines and you will end up losing web traffic. If you don't have time to write articles for your site regularly, it is advisable to hire a freelance writer to do it for you. In the end, the money you spent are all worth it.

Use keywords wisely. Google Adsense keywords are all priced differently. You can find out the high-paying keywords by using the Google Keyword Finder tool. However, it's important that your content matches those keywords. If not, these keyword ads will not be displayed on your site. However, be careful about writing for keywords. Make sure that you still use the keywords in right context in your article. Also, don't force to write something out of topic you don't know about just because you want to use the keyword. Always do your research when writing your articles.

Use the right Google ads format. Adsense comes in different ready-to-use format but the most popular one is the large rectangle. For many Adsense members, this is the most effective format that generates more hits. Feel free to try the format that works best with the lay out of your website.

Place your Adsense above. Many webmasters have found that the best placement of the ads is on top of the site where people don't have to scroll down to see them. If you place the ads on the very bottom of the page, chances are, they might not even be noticed.

Use the right colors. Don't make your Adsense appear as if they're out of place. Choose a color palette that matches your website's color and theme. Use font colors that are easy to read and not straining on the eyes.

Work on your web traffic. If people will not visit your site, who will click on your ads? Using Google Adsense isn't just about sitting and relaxing. You need to work on your web traffic. How? Learn the tricks about "white hat" Search Engine Optimization and be ready to spend time and effort to do it.

Focus on your target audience. This is why your ads need to match your content. A visitor who is very much interested with the topics you have on your articles will most likely be interested as well in checking out the Google Ads in your page. Of course, if people are interested in those keywords, you have better chances that they will actually click on your ads.

About the Author:

Luie De Von is a marketing consultant with www.easypostcardmarketing.com and has been providing consumers and business owners with marketing strategies. For years, he has helped businesses to have more and growing clients through direct marketing advertising, campaign internet marketing and Postcard Advertising.

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