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February 15, 2010

Google Adsense Earnings Top $14,000

by oakhead112

Google Adsense Income

Google Adsense Income

I’ve written posts about making good additional income with partnering with Google in their Adsense advertising programs. In each instance, I usually receive email or posted comments that pooh-pooh the concept for various reasons. With this post I’ll try to head off some of the critics.

#1. Google may have been profitable when it first debuted, but now you can only make pennies and in most cases, it’s not worth the time to even join and set up the program on your sight.

ANSWER: Look above at our Google AsSense income we earned last year!

#2. My visitors will click the Google ads and I’ll make a few pennies and lose a potential client.

ANSWER: Adsense allows the website owner to block certain advertisers from having their ads appear on your site. If you have a strong site and are offering solid benefits, why worry? After all, visitors to your site can just use their back arrow or put a new search term into their browser and exit your site.

#3. Google Adsense ads will make my site look too commercial.

ANSWER: Are you on the same Internet as me? Just look around; what sites do not have some form of monetization? Adsense has a number of ad types and placement options. You can have just one small ad display on the right site of your content or up to three ad displays on the top, middle, side or bottom of your content. It’s all up to how you want to set it up. You can even select the color combinations you want. Now, of course, if you are a total socialist and don’t believe in capitalism, this program is not for you … but, why are you reading this post?

#4. I tried Adsense and my actual results were just a dollar or two per month. Why continue with a poor program?

ANSWER: It’s not the program that is poorly designed. Most likely it is your website! Again, look at our 2009 Google Adsense earnings shown above. To be successful in any business endeavor, one must go about it with a proven method, keep good statistics and keep testing and revising to be sure you are optimizing and earning your full potential. Naturally, if your website gets very little unique traffic, is poorly designed or provides very little fresh informative content, you should first improve your site before any monetization programs.

If you are looking for some secret formula to make thousands from your website with little or no effort … good luck!

With Adsense or any valuable information, don’t listen to people who cannot prove they have been successful from the ideas they are telling you to implement. What you should do RIGHT NOW is get a FREE subscription to this blog. We will provide other useful insights and soon offer a low cost training program for earning money with Adsense.

20 Comments Post a comment
  1. Feb 16 2010

    I’ll let you all know, it does take time and effort to get to Adsense working for you in it’s magical ways, but what good thing doesn’t take time and effort? Take the time, do the work, and it will work wonders for you!

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  2. bashir
    Mar 8 2010

    my google adsense earning daily $ zero know what i do?

  3. Business Representative
    Mar 11 2010

    Take a lot of lesson

  4. Kartik
    Apr 5 2010

    Google Adsense is really good…. the only drawback in my opinion of having adsense is that sometimes even if the site is getting many visitors but the site is about some topic which doesnt have good strong keywords then the earning can be very low… for instance i have a website on indian government jobs, i get say somwhere around 31 adsense clicks everyday… and the earning is almost a dollar or sometimes a dollar and a half, which can be really demoralizing 🙁

  5. Very pleased to find this post, thanks for sharing your adsense tips. Just to make things easier for people interested in monitoring their sites before applying for an adsense account and not understanding what is wrong, i’ll point out that there is this free seo tool at which could yell some valuable info, which are close related to the earning potential of one’s website.

  6. THANKS! I enjoy reading your blog.

  7. Useful information!

  8. Nature Lover
    Nov 24 2010

    Adsense is good but its biased towards geographical regions..What you get from US users is much more than asian countries..Hope Google will get more advertizers from these region in future!

  9. J Paris
    Dec 2 2010

    Yes I agree with you, adsense is a fantastic opportunity to run a ‘turnkey’ business-however it is not a “quick fix” but rather a slow hard slog except maybe for the fortunate few. The secret-if there is one – is traffic traffic traffic….

  10. Dec 25 2010

    Just saying thanks for the good ideas.

  11. Ubai
    Jan 9 2011

    my google earnings $2/day
    thanks for the information,,,

  12. your blog is nice..

  13. Khurram
    Jul 19 2011

    how its work?

  14. Could not end up being written any better! Interpretating this blog post reminds me of my ex room partner! He usually kept talking regarding this! I may transmit this blog to him. Really certain he will probably have a excellent examine. Many thanks for revealing.

  15. i am successfully using Adsense for my song website in the past 3 years and doing great good with it!!Can you please also do let me know how can i increase my income with any other ppc companies…Is it good to goo with it..coz i have very few text in my website,

  16. Feb 2 2013

    I read some sites earn 30,000 $ per month from Google ad sense

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  18. Jan 22 2014

    Thanks for the info!

  19. Useful information .. THANKS AGAIN!

  20. We use Google adsense all the time and make a small monthly income with it. My spouse and I stumbled over here different web address and thought I may as well check things out.
    I like what I see so now i’m following you. Look forward to exploring your web page again.

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