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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

How will i track my referrals?

To track the performance of your referrals, you can visit either your Reports Overview page or your Advanced Reports page, being sure to select referrals as the product. We'll display clicks, sign-ups, conversions and earnings separately for each referral product or service and will report your referral statistics in the following manner:

  • Clicks: We'll report a click every time a user clicks on one of your referral buttons for any product.

  • Sign-ups: A sign-up will be displayed every time a user signs up for AdSense. Some products, like Firefox, do not require a sign-up and therefore will not report sign-ups.

  • Conversions: Each product you refer will show conversion statistics. A conversion displayed in your reports indicates that you've reached the threshold necessary to receive earnings for that referral. For example, we'll show a conversion each time a user you've referred downloads and runs Firefox, or when a publisher you've referred first earns US $100 from AdSense.

  • Earnings: As with your other AdSense reports, the earnings we'll display are your revenue for referrals, separated by product.


How much can i earn from referrals?

Your earnings for referrals will vary depending on the product you're referring.

  • AdSense: When a user you've referred to AdSense first earns US$100 within 180 days, we'll credit your AdSense account with US$100.

  • Firefox plus Google Toolbar: When a user you've referred to Firefox plus Google Toolbar runs Firefox for the first time, you'll receive up to US$1 in your account, depending on the user's location. Your referral must be a Windows user, who has not previously installed Firefox, in order for you to receive credit.

  • AdWords: When a user you've referred to AdWords signs up and spends US$100 within 90 days, we'll credit your AdSense account with US$20.

  • Pack: When a Windows user you've referred to Pack downloads and installs the product, you'll receive up to US$2 in your account.

  • Picasa: When a user you've referred to Picasa downloads and runs the product for the first time, we'll credit your account with up to US$1. The user you refer must be using Windows and not have previously installed Picasa in order for you to receive credit.

You can track your earnings from referrals by visiting your Overview page, where we'll display earnings separately for each product.

Monthly totals of referral credits will appear on your Payment History page - just click the Earnings detail for any month to view specifics about how much you've earned through referrals. Your earnings from referrals will be included with your earnings from AdSense for content and AdSense for search.


AdSense in Blogger Beta

If you have a blog on the new version of Blogger in beta, we're happy to introduce you to the drag-and-drop AdSense widget! Using this new feature, you can easily add AdSense to your blog by following these instructions.

1. First, log into the new version of Blogger with your Google Account. Click on the Layout link next to the blog where you’d like to feature Google ads.

(If you don’t see the Layout option, it’s possible that your beta blog is still in the classic template -- visit your blog’s Template page and click Customize Design. You can then upgrade your blog to the new template in minutes.)

2. Next you should be taken to your Template – Page Elements page. Click on one of the Add a Page Element links shown below.

3. In the pop-up window, click the blue Add to Blog button underneath the AdSense option.

4. If you already have an AdSense account, simply sign in with your AdSense login; if not, you can create an account directly on this page. After signing in, you can select your preferred color template and ad format. When you're finished, click on the orange Save Changes button

5. Now you can easily drag and drop your AdSense ad unit anywhere on your blog's template -- or delete it if you need to make changes. When you're all done, click the orange 'Save' button on the upper right corner and go view your new blog!


Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Google Adsense Unique Features:

  • Google Adsense Unique Features: Google Adsense is unique for the fact that advertisements displayed on your site can be both pay per click (PPC) or cost per 1000 impressions (CPM). PPC ads are self explanatory. If a viewers clicks, you get paid. However, CPM ads are a little different and its something that Yahoo Publisher Network doesn’t offer on their program. In a nutshell, you are paid money for displaying CPM ads on your site. You are paid by how many times the advertisement is viewed or displayed on your site… Not by how many times it was clicked. This is very useful for publishers that have sites with moderate to heavy traffic as every time someone visits your site and a CPM ad is displayed, you generate a little bit of additional money, where as if you run YPN ads on your site… this is money that would be missed.

  • Wide Selection of Advertisements: There is a huge selection of different size ads you can use with Google Adsense. I can’t fail to mention also that you have many different choices, including deciding whether to display image ads or text ads, or both! YPN doesn’t give you the option to control text or image ads being displayed and appear on your site randomly. Having the ability to create such well thought out custom advertisements gives you a higher chance of success with the advertisement serving program. Google Adsense considers this and gives you all the tools needed towards creating effective advertisements on your site.

  • Advanced Analysis and Reporting: While YPN also provides some tools for analysis, Google Adsense has them beat by a long shot. If you spend about an hour learning how to utilize the analysis and reporting tools provided by Google Adsense, you will know precisely which ads on your site are the most attractive, which ones pay the best, and which ones are not effective at all. Google Adsense gives you the ability to totally micro-manage the ads being displayed on your site, and if you are a picky bean counter like myself, this should prove to be very useful to you.

    Yahoo Publisher Network :

  • YPN is the only program that I have gotten paid. I have used both programs on BTI in the past and in the past three months of using YPN, I have received two $125 dollar payments. I am very pleased and totally thrilled to receive these payments. Just a few days ago I did make the switch back to Google Adsense. I do intend on using YPN again in the very near future, but at this time I want to experiment again with Adsense.

  • Why Do I Like Yahoo Publisher Network? For me, using YPN was great when BTI was only getting a few hundred visits each day. To me, it was a balancing act. As it seems, YPN pays more per click compared to Google Adsense. Sites with very little to somewhat moderate amounts of traffic, can benefit more from using YPN instead of Adsense for the fact that their PPC pays higher. This is great for people that are just starting their site and still want to make a little money to help lighten the expense of blogging, hosting, etc…

  • Monday, October 30, 2006

    Succeeding Tips With Adsense

    Here are some tips for achieving success with Adsense.
    1. Create a website with your ( Don’t try to use a free web host because your site will likely have banners and pop-ups and get rejected because it looks unprofessional. Not to mention, a free web host will give you a website address like this example :
    instead of…

    See how much more clean, concise and professional that last link is?
    If paying for a website causes you to frown, remember the money you earn from Adsense could more than pay for the web hosting fees you’ll incur.

    Look at it as an investment instead of a cost. I never dreamed I’d have this much success with this program. My Adsense earnings clearly outweigh the few dollars I pay every month to maintain my sites.

    2. If you don’t know web programming or have no desire to learn it, get a beginner’s design editor like Microsoft FrontPage. Using this program is a lot like using Microsoft Word. You can also publish your content directly to the web.

    Keep in mind you can’t use FrontPage alone. You must have a web host that will allow you to publish your site to the Internet via FrontPage. (More on web hosting in a sec.)

    3. If the main goal of your site is to make money with Adsense, be sure to choose a topic that you know a lot about so you can write lots and lots of content.

    Don’t like to write? No problem! There are sites like that provide free reprint rights. Just search their database and find articles that match the theme of your site.

    Don’t rely completely on sites like this, however. You’ll definitely want to have some of your own unique content. A few articles from these sites is fine, but relying on them for 90% of your information is not going to help your site.

    4. Get traffic. Once your site is up and running you’ll need to learn how to get your site listed in the major search engines.

    Getting into Google is completely free right now and can bring in hundreds or even thousands of visitors per day. All you have to do is submit your site to them and wait patiently while Google ads it to the index. It can take a few months. Patience is key with Google. Then do the same with Yahoo, MSN, etc.

    5. Partner up with other related sites and participate in link swaps. This means that you place a link to another person’s site on your own site and they do the same for you in return. This is a great way to get even more free traffic.


    Tuesday, October 24, 2006

    4 Most Profitable Keywords inside AdSense system

    "Expensive keyword" (high CPC) isn't equal to "profitable keyword" (high earnings) due to the low volume of traffic expensive (niche) keywords produce. The best way to find really profitable keywords is to rank keywords by cost/day (cost per click X clicks/day) rather than cost per click.

    Almost all AdSense publishers are looking for the most expensive keywords. Let's have a look at the top 100 most expensive keywords. But first let's add 2 extra columns to the list: clicks/day and cost/day by Google AdWords estimation:

    selling structured settlements
    cash for structured settlements
    auto insurance quotes florida
    california auto insurance quotes

    Have you noticed that keyword price result in ZERO profit if there are no clicks? It's cost/day (keyword price X clicks/day) that makes you rich, not keyword price itself.

    Now let's look at the list of the most PROFITABLE, not the most expensive AdSense keywords! Next page.

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    Sunday, October 22, 2006

    How to set up URL channels

    You may have more than one sites displaying AdSense Ads for Content. You may want to see which site is performing better. To track this, you will have to set up URL channels. Then all the clicks and earnings coming from that site will be shown in the report. To set up URL channels, do the following steps:

    1. Sign into your AdSense Account
    2. Click the "AdSense Setup"
    3. There will be 3 choices, "AdSense for Content" , "AdSense for Search and Referrals". Click "AdSense for Content".
    4. Under the AdSense Setup tab, click "Channels"
    5. Click "URL channels" (See screenshot below.)
    6. Click "Add new URL channels"
    7. In the box, enter the URL's of the sites you want to track, one URL per line
    8. Then click "Add channels" and you are done.


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