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anand84




msg:1380614
 9:12 am on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

Well, I have seen so many blogs on Adsense tips and strategies that even I have now started my own. Please those of you who have been doing the same, let me know if that particularly helps in making Adsense money yourself, and tips for making it more effective.

 

Jack_Hughes




msg:1380615
 2:01 pm on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

perhaps a blog about blogging about adsense?

BlueGhost




msg:1380616
 7:02 pm on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

a blog about blogging about blogging for adsense would kick ass

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msg:1380617
 8:23 pm on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

how about a blog which is dedicated to blogs which blog about other blogs whose topic is adsense?

a1call




msg:1380618
 8:38 pm on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hi,
Before going through the trouble of putting AdSense on a blog about AdSense, consider the fact that AdSense publishers do not click on AdSense ads. They have generally been conditioned to avoid these at all costs for fear of a life-time ban if they do.:)
I have always wondered what kind of a CTR this forum would have if they ever put on AdSense.

acac




msg:1380619
 8:55 pm on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

There are already too many good sites blogging about bloggers using blogging for dollars. Everone is full of advice.

My two cents on blogging with AdSense. It takes time to build up a decent revenue. Give it say a year or so unless you are Jason C and can pump in lots of money upfront in your project.

incrediBILL




msg:1380620
 8:56 pm on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

I may click on AdSense ads if I see something useful, but rarely ever on a blog, and especially not a blog about AdSense unless I was a newbie eons ago in a quest for information.

When I'm in shopping mode then I'm prone to ad clicking but when I'm in reading mode, you could have ads promsing me free riches and gold and I'd probably never see them.

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msg:1380621
 9:15 pm on Dec 21, 2005 (gmt 0)


Before going through the trouble of putting AdSense on a blog about AdSense, consider the fact that AdSense publishers do not click on AdSense ads. They have generally been conditioned to avoid these at all costs for fear of a life-time ban if they do.:)
I have always wondered what kind of a CTR this forum would have if they ever put on AdSense.

GAAHAAHAAHAHAHAHA. oh man. he's so right, man. BAAHAHAHA.

anand84




msg:1380622
 6:34 am on Dec 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

But let me ask you, now that most of you people are making atleast tens of dollars everyday, how often do you read adsense articles. Not definitely if it is from an unknown guy like me, right?

My idea is there are more newbies like me than seasoned webmasters like you; so when I write abt adsense, and there are also other adsense links, hopefully they click.

BadSense




msg:1380623
 7:05 am on Dec 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

My blog about AdSense has decent CTR and very promising CPC - it's just very new and needs some traffic/commitment from me.

SeK612




msg:1380624
 8:09 am on Dec 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

If you feel you could make a decent Adsense blog site then go for it.

Whilst the area may be pretty covered by others if you have decent ideas and can offer something that all the others can't then go for it.

The fact that, in dense web topic areas, it may take a while to get your site picked up is valid though. You may be able to speed up the process using existing sites to push traffic through :)

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