How Do Your Adsense Ads Look Like? Adsense Tips 7

Today, let’s discuss the Adsense preview tool. If you use Internet Explorer as a browser, Google has an excellent Adsense preview tool to help you preview the possible Adsense ads that may appear on your page. This tool allows you to preview the sample ads and formats, preview colors on your page, check the address […]

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How To Select The Right Keywords – Adsense Tips 6

To get great results using Adsense, you’ll need to decide what keywords you should target. There are many tools that can help you with that. A good free tool is the Overture (Yahoo!) Keyword Suggestion Tool. There you can type in phrases that are related to the topic of your page content and see the […]

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Targeting Keywords – Adsense Quick Tips 5

If you’re smart, every single page on your site targets a specific keyword and that keyword only. When using Adsense, you want to target a particular type of ad for that keyword, right? But sometimes Adsense keeps putting up a different type of ad that is NOT closely related. If that happens, make sure that […]

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Which Adsense Ads Where – Adsense Quick Tips 3

The Adsense terms outline, that you can place a maximum of three ad units on each page along with a maximum of two Google AdSense search boxes and a single link unit. In addition to the ad units, search boxes, and link units, you can also include two referral units from each referral product. You […]

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The Revenge of the AdSense Zombie

How to Wake Up and Start Marketing on the Internet I’m going to assume your AdSense ads are wrapped around your articles and posts, ok? In order to make a buck with Adsense, you need to select high-paying keywords, drive plenty of traffic to your Adsense blog or site (the more the merrier), and test […]

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