| 10:45 am on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Hi Mubarak_zeb, welcome to WebmasterWorld.
So if I understand you correctly, you want to set up pages for placing Adsense ads on them, and you want to attract high paing keywords?
Basically you will have to create pages where the content is targeting the keywords. You should have them in the Title, the header (<h1>, <h2>, etc) and in the copy.
| 11:01 am on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)|
you mean that if i want a keyword "casino" then i have to write it in Title, header, and also in heading h1, h2. what if i just write it only in Heading i mean::::::
<h1> casino </h1>.... and what u mean by the "copy"?
| 12:27 pm on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)|
mubarak_zeb, Welcome to WebmasterWorld [webmasterworld.com]
You should edit your post, as discussing specifics are against the TOS [webmasterworld.com].
You should also take a closer look at the AdSense terms, policies and FAQ, and you will see that is actually prohibited in the AdSense policies.
|Site may not include: |
Hate, violence, racial intolerance, or advocate against any individual, group, or organization
Illicit drugs and drug paraphernalia
Pornography, adult, or mature content
Gambling or casino-related content
Pop-ups that interfere with site navigation or are for downloads
So if you were to use that kind of content, you could get a warning from AdSense, or even get your site suspended for it.
| 12:33 pm on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Google targets their ads to your content. If your site is about widgets then you will get ads about widgets. I don't think Google would look kindly on it if you have a site about widgets and use underhand techniques to make the ads target to thingumyjigs. They're selling the program to the advertisers (the people who pay) on the basis of the fact that their ads are showing up on targeted pages in the same way as the Adwords show up on targeted searches. I don't want to pay for traffic if it's not someone who is likely to find my site interesting and buy from it.
Don't try to cheat the system. :)
| 1:52 pm on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)|
It is all about content as Google will spider the content and provide what it thinks are appropiate ads. Also be aware that internal links anchor-words are also accounted for so if you have keywords there they might override the ones in the content.
What Heini said about the title tags and having them sprinkled in your content is just good Search Engine Optimization, which is good advice even if you are not an adsense publisher.
I think there should be a balance between the use of keywords and writing good articles or information. Where this balance is depends on each author. The #1 goal should be to make the article good enough for the reader to achieve the desired action, which could range from:
- Making them buy something.
- Making them subscribe.
- Convince them about something.
- Or even just to satisfy your personal ego (guess which one is me)
| 3:43 pm on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Thanks alot to all of you friends, i was just want to know that how can i set keywords to site to
be shown on my adsense, but due to the warning of Jenster :S i was affraid and i thought that my old system ennough :D
dear friends please tell me that my site is about songs but whyyy its shows the ads about "Learn Hindi, Books etc" plz tell me that why its happens?
| 4:03 pm on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)|
|dear friends please tell me that my site is about songs but whyyy its shows the ads about "Learn Hindi, Books etc" plz tell me that why its happens? |
Nobody has bought ads for the topics of your pages, and Google is trying to serve the next best thing.
The same thing could happen with any site: If I had a site about American presidents and Google couldn't find an ad for a page about Grover Cleveland, it might run an ad for a biography of Bill Clinton or George Bush instead.