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Google adsense
« on: July 15, 2014, 10:17:14 AM »
Can someone here please explain to me what google adsense is and how it works? I keep hearing about it all the time but haven't quite grasped it yet.
Could you perhaps enlighten me more on the subject and tell me about your experiences?

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2014, 08:42:58 AM »
There are 2 types of monetizations with google
1.With a blog
2.With Youtube
In number 1.Google pays you to get visitors to your blog.That is whne you have a quality blog with atleast 500 unique visitors per day.
2.In number 2,you post videos to your YT channel and google pays you when people view it.
i could help you out as i am with google adsense.if you need any more details hit me a message or quote me here.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2014, 08:56:20 AM »
Google adsense is for publishers who want to make ads with Google ads.

You make an application [https://www.google.com/adsense/apply] to display Google ads on your site. Someone from Google will take a look at your site and if it fulfills all conditions they've set, then you get accepted. They'll give you an adsense ad code to run on your site which will fetch and display ads.

That's about all there's is to it. If a user clicks on an ad, you make money.

The problem however is most small publishers end up getting banned by Google eventually. So if you don't get much traffic I'd suggest you use another ad network for ads and also try affiliate marketing because ads alone won't make you much money.

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« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2014, 04:39:39 AM »
Google Adsense is one of the ways to make money if you have a website or a blog.

The understanding is pretty simple. People who are marketers of some product or a service, use the PPC (Pay Per Click) program of Google where they need to pay a certain amount of money to Google per click on their ad(s).

Google puts the ads of those products or services on the websites or blogs of people who have signed up for Adsense [https://www.google.com/adsense/apply] in order to display these ads on their websites or blogs.

Once any visitor clicks on any of the displayed ads on your website/ blog, you get a portion/ share of the money that Google earns from the marketers through the PPC program.


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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2014, 12:17:18 PM »
Google adsense is earning through posting ads to your sites or pages depends on the ads clicks or visitors. Their ads are those ads that you usually see on most of the sites online. I used to have an adsense account but it was banned mainly because I do not have page visits or my blogs are not well updated.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #5 on: December 15, 2014, 08:30:31 AM »
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Google adsense is for publishers who want to make ads with Google ads.

You make an application [https://www.google.com/adsense/apply] to display Google ads on your site. Someone from Google will take a look at your site and if it fulfills all conditions they've set, then you get accepted. They'll give you an adsense ad code to run on your site which will fetch and display ads.

That's about all there's is to it. If a user clicks on an ad, you make money.

The problem however is most small publishers end up getting banned by Google eventually. So if you don't get much traffic I'd suggest you use another ad network for ads and also try affiliate marketing because ads alone won't make you much money.

Why is it that most small publishers get banned?  Is there something about small publishers that google does not like or that easily breaks their rules in some way?  I have adsense and obviously do not want to get banned and dont want to get kicked out just for being the small guy.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #6 on: December 31, 2014, 03:57:15 AM »
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Why is it that most small publishers get banned?  Is there something about small publishers that google does not like or that easily breaks their rules in some way?  I have adsense and obviously do not want to get banned and dont want to get kicked out just for being the small guy.

I think it's because of lack of traffic and turnovers. Adsense didn't used to care about your traffic but as they've grown they've gotten more finicky. I think it also depends on your niche. If your traffic niche is more specialized and less common, less traffic is acceptable.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #7 on: March 20, 2015, 12:24:53 PM »
Google Adsense runs ads on your blog, and depending on the content, they displayed the ads accordingly. You will get paid when people view the ads and if it leads to a sell, you get a percentage of it. It took me over a year with three blogs to get to my first $100 payout!

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #8 on: March 20, 2015, 12:40:44 PM »
I have had a Google Adsense account for years now. First you have to apply for an Adsense account and when you get approved, that's when you can start earning money. You can earn money by starting a blog or posting videos on Youtube. The main thing you have to focus on is what you want your niche to be, meaning: if you're interested in music, make it about music, or if you want to start a blog/ a youtube channel about beauty and style, do that, just stick to your niche, that's important. No, you won't become a millionaire, but if you're good at what you do, Adsense does pay you. I've received 2 payments from them. They transfer your money to your bank account.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #9 on: March 25, 2015, 11:06:02 AM »
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Why is it that most small publishers get banned?  Is there something about small publishers that google does not like or that easily breaks their rules in some way?  I have adsense and obviously do not want to get banned and dont want to get kicked out just for being the small guy.

I don't think it has to do with traffic that much the whole getting banned thing.  Obvisouly everyone has to start at the beginning, this includes little to no traffic.  From my experience with AdSense:

Started a blog, had to stop.  Restarted had to stop.  Started again...you get it.  I had AdSense on it.  Little to no traffic.  Like LITTLE to NONE.  LOL  Made like $3 in what was that? a bunch of years.  LOLOL  Anyway, still have my account.
A friend started a blog.  Goes to work, logs in to the work Wi-Fi, clicked on his ads.  Goes to Mickey D's, same thing.  When he's like at almost $10...guess who got banned? 

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Google Adsense runs ads on your blog, and depending on the content, they displayed the ads accordingly. You will get paid when people view the ads and if it leads to a sell, you get a percentage of it. It took me over a year with three blogs to get to my first $100 payout!
That is awesome.  I have everything set up and all but it's just such an issue to get the time dedicated to these things.  I'm already waking up at 415am and I still need more hours.  I need money to pay a sitter to watch my king for a couple of hours here while I work...but I need the money...so I'm trying to work online...but I need a sitter to watch my king for a couple of hours here while I work....LOLOLOL

To the OP, you also have to keep in mind that there are two types of earning streams: AdSense for Content and Hosted AdSense for Content.  You can check these out in your AdSense account and see which way you're earning more.  In a way, at least for me, at the moment it doesn't matter because it's all going to one earnings account, but  once everything falls into place it's something I want to keep an eye on to see which sites I'm earning more in.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #10 on: January 14, 2016, 01:59:16 AM »
I have a Google AdSense account which is linked to my Blogger account. I tried to monetize my blog through it, but sadly, it never worked effectively on my end. You can also monetize your YouTube Channel using your Google AdSense. There's a lot of tutorials regarding this money-making scheme, just try to do a little bit of research. All the best.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #11 on: January 14, 2016, 04:17:28 AM »
I also have a Google adsense account, but I never really made an effort to monetize my blog. I remember that many years ago, application was quite easy, but now I heard that it's hard to get approved nowadays in Google Adsense.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #12 on: January 14, 2016, 05:28:31 AM »
Now that you mention this, I think I still have an account, but I see it as something of the past as I have never made any money with it. So it's one of those things that I think no one is using right now.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #13 on: January 14, 2016, 09:59:57 PM »
The whole banning still confuses me. I still don't understand what causes a person to be banned. Every time I have seen this mentioned it appears that persons are guessing on what might be the reason. Still I am glad the question was raised and it's always good to get answers from people who are actually involved and can speak from a position of experience. The several answers in connection with what adsense is helped me and maybe now I can make a decision about when is the right time to get an account if at all.

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Re: Google adsense
« Reply #14 on: January 19, 2016, 03:49:46 AM »
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Can someone here please explain to me what google adsense is and how it works? I keep hearing about it all the time but haven't quite grasped it yet.
Could you perhaps enlighten me more on the subject and tell me about your experiences?

Basically you need to apply to an adsense account and once you have it you get paid per click and view on your page or ads. At the same time you're paid in the cents order, so it's nothing!

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