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Want to Earn More with AdSense?

The Answer May Lie Outside of the AdSense Forum

5:01 am on Jun 15, 2009 (gmt 0)

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The AdSense forum has lots of good information but there is a lot of awesome information outside of the AdSense forum that will be useful for AdSense publishers seeking to improve their AdSense income. Many of the issues affecting AdSensers, involve answers found on the other forum categories within WebmasterWorld. I'm going to post links to discussions that may be useful to the AdSene publisher who feels they aren't earning enough and want to improve.

In order for AdSense to work, your site visitors, at least a percentage of them, must be interested in buying things. Learning the basics of earning on the web OUTSIDE of AdSense is important in order to earn significantly INSIDE AdSense. There is NO get rich quick recipe. You can't buy this for twenty dollar or find it on a WAHM site. Study.

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2:52 pm on June 16, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Brett Tabke, the owner of Webmaster World, knows that conferences and Webmaster World Supporter Forum subscriptions are more likely to generate income for WW than AdSense ads are, so he doesn't waste his time fiddling with AdSense and complaining that members don't click.

Well one way they can ramp up the revenue is to somehow increase interest in purchasing a subscription. Maybe they can give people a little insight into the subscription threads in order to entice us into forking out the cash. It's a pretty common advertising trick; I'm not sure why they don't do that around here.

3:27 pm on June 16, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Has a monthly subscription plan ever been considered? That is one way I actually could swing it, even at $15 per month.
4:37 pm on June 16, 2009 (gmt 0)

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icedowl, that is a great idea. Monthly would be a way for some of us to swing it. Coming up with the 6 months or a year at a time is hard for some of us right now.

I hope payments could be accepted any other way but PayPal. I refuse to use them ever again.

12:15 am on June 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Hat tip to MartiniBuster for an oustanding collection of threads.

Got to admit to being a bit taken aback re the comments on the affordability of the subscription. An annual subscription works out at less than 50 cents a day.

I've found the subscription section to contain a lot less "noise" making it far easier (and faster) to get the answers I'm looking for. What's your time worth?

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