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Msg#: 11252 posted 9:36 pm on Dec 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

I am thinking of starting a blog and am interested in anyone who has any experience using Blogger and AdSense.

I understand that a new AdSense interface now exists for bloggers on the Google Blogger/BlogSpot network - making it easy for bloggers to sign up.

Does anyone have any experience with blogs and Adsense? If so, can you use your existing AdSense account? What kind of success are you having? Obviously it is dependent on many of the usual variables, but I am curious about your stories and/or hints. Thanks!



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Msg#: 11252 posted 1:43 pm on Jan 2, 2006 (gmt 0)

There will be loads of different oppinions on this subject, and youre right, there are literaly loads of variables to take into account.

The main difference between a blog that does well and one that fails will be down to the topic and the quality of the content. Many industries have a very different cost per click and thus will effect your earnings potential. The quality of your content will also retain users and perhaps make them come back for more.

Long term a blog should be classed just like any other website, the fundimentals are very much the same. content=traffic+links=$


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