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For instance, if my domain name was "www.BarkingOutLoud.com" and my website was about dogs would it hurt rankings by not having the word "dog" in the domain name? Would it do better if the domain was "www.LoudBarkingDogs.com"?
Once I know I'll be able to finally choose one of the two names from the list.
The page was located on my local machine (my laptop). Related to its location (my computer) clearly this page was not in the Google serps nor had it ever been evaluated in any way by Google.
I would have expected that while reloading and reloading this page during testing that the Adsense block would show PSA's. Instead I kept getting ads for movies, specifically some Arnold Swartzenegger movie that had the leters "t3" or such in it (the movie was "Terminator 3"). My site has nothing to do with movies.
I was getting these ads be cause my page URL included:
Clearly the page URL played a very significant role in determining what ads were displayed (at least during that time frame when the page was new and unknown to Google/Adsense).
They had been based on the URL
Also my-domain.com contained the main theme of the site.
So with 3..5 keywords in the URL, Google produced great targeted ads.
I have one more question and then I think I'll have it covered for a while.
I read that you should not apply for more than one adsense account. I applied for adsense, and got approved yesterday, with a blog site. Now that I know better I'll be using an actual hosted website. Do I just paste adsense code into the website to get it goin? Do I have to notify goolgle again or anything?
In case other newbies come across this thread, when you have another site to set up all you do is paste the adsense code into to get adsense running. No need to notify google. Just make sure your page is within the google terms of service (TOS) otherwise your adsense campaign could be shut down.