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Turn Your Content Into Cash With Google Adsense

So you have a blog, news or reviews site or you manage a forum and you’re pulling in a decent amount of traffic every month. Why not turn that traffic into a money spinner. By allowing other websites the privilege of advertising on your site and getting paid for each click or each ad you show. Sound good? Then become a Google AdSense publisher.

What is Google Adsense?

AdSense or Google AdSense is basically a way to create advertising placements on your site that are service by Google. Basically what this means for you as a website owner is you now have the power to assign certain spots on your website for 3rd party advertising. These 3rd party websites will have the option to advertise on your site in an attempt to win traffic from your site and direct it their website for a fee.

How does Google Adsense work?

The advertisements are controlled and managed by Google and website owners can apply for a free AdSense account but you will need to go through a verification process. The revenue generated using AdSense is on a per-click or per-impression basis.

The program allows advertisers to display targeted text, video or image advertisements on website pages and earn money when site visitors view or click the ads.

Google Adsense logo

How do I install Google Adsense on my website?

  1. Visit The Adsense Website here –
  2. Register your AdSense account
  3. Once approved you will receive a publisher script
  4. Import this script into the head tag across your site
  5. Then select your ad sizes and copy the code and place the code where you would like it to display on your site
  6. Finally wait for final approval and check if ads are live on your site

Tip: If you’re running WordPress you can simplify this entire process by using the Google AdSense Plugin

How do I See Adsense Performance?

Once your ads are live you can see income generated from ads by logging into your AdSense account and clicking on the performance tab in the menu on your left. You can even manage performance, like blocking ads that don’t do well. S

Tip: You can also link your Youtube channel and google analytics account to your AdSense account for consolidated reporting


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