Google Adsense Facts And Tools


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Google AdSense is a simple and low-risk way for publishers to quickly monetize their content. Here are the tools.

The pay-per-click ad system has created an opportunity for anyone to instantly have advertising on their website, without the hassle of having to actively sell ad space. AdSense makes up a good portion of the advertising revenue for many websites, and other websites may use AdSense to earn the bulk of their revenues. Either way, AdSense is an excellent system for monetizing your content. In this post we present an ultimate collection of resources, tools and tips to help you make the most out of Google AdSense. Among other things, this post covers various Google AdSense tools, Firefox-extensions, WordPress-plugins and related resources. Google Adsense is an amazing contextual advertising program that lets you earn revenue from your site by a variety of revenue generating programs. Pay per click ads, Adsense for search, referrals for Firefox with Google toolbar, Picassa, Google Pack and the adsense program itself. This is a compilation of common Google tips and tools to make more money from Google Adsense.

Google Adsense Guidelines

Adsense Starter Demos

  • Google Adsense Tour – introducing you to the Adsense program.
  • Getting Started Demo: learn to sign in, copying and pasting your code, setting up alternate ads, and using your Competitive Ad Filter.
  • Help with Ad Code Demo: troubleshoot basic problems when implementing your code. Also covers how to implement your code using two different types of WYSIWYG software.
  • Payment Demo: learn about the AdSense payment cycle, from a click on your ads to money in the bank!
  • Optimization Demo: learn how to use ad size and placement to maximize your AdSense revenue.

Track Adsense Income, Statistics and Clicks

  • Adsense Notifier – Firefox extension that displays your Adsense earnings on the Firefox statusbar.
  • SysSense – personal desktop Google AdSense monitor. It keeps your current Google AdSense information in the Windows system tray.
  • Adsense Widget – a Mac Dashboard widget that automatically logs into your AdSense Google account and displays the last 6-days of revenue generated from your Google advertising account.
  • Google Adsense Yahoo Widget – displays the current income directly from your Google AdSense account.
  • Stats for AdSense widget – allows you to view your Google AdSense� reports directly from your Mac OS X Dashboard.
  • Adsense Status – GoogleDesktop plugin to View earnings information from your Google Adsense account in the Google Desktop sidebar. Available information: page impressions, clicks, page CTR, page eCPM, and your earnings.
  • Adsense Alert – desktop client monitors your adsense earnings.
  • Performancing Metrics – a free professional grade blog statistics service that track limited adsense click data
  • Adsense earnings RSS feed – a simple script that will create an RSS feed with your daily Adsense earnings to track via your regular feed reader.
  • Google AdSense Charts and Graphs – chart your adsense data in a multidimensional line charts.
  • AdSenseLog is a tool for checking and analyzing your Adsense ads data (Content, Search, Custom/URL channels and Referrals).

View / Test Adsense Ads

  • Google AdSense preview tool – addition to the right-click menu for Windows Internet Explorer 6.x, allowing you to preview the ads that may show on any web page.
  • Adsense Preview – Preview the Google ads that may show on any web page.
  • Google AdSense Sandbox Tool – see what sort of Google AdSense ads will appear based on content or keywords. See up to 20 sample AdSense ads for the URL or keywords.
  • Overture Keyword Tool – suggest keyword bid amount and keyword suggestions, which help you target high paying keywords.
  • Google Adwords Keyword Tool – generates potential keywords for your ad campaign and reports their Google statistics, including search performance and seasonal trends.

Google Adsense WordPress Plugins

Google Adsense Optimization Tips

Alternate Ads

  • Alternate ads – allows you to utilize your ad space in the event that Google is unable to serve targeted ads to your page.
  • Alternate Url – provides a 50/50 Revenue Share, full global coverage monthly payments automatic referral income, family safe ads, paypal supported and gives detailed stats.
  • AlterNut Ad – pays you a flat rate every month in return for you displaying thier ad rather than the PSA. Invite only.
  • Default Ads – load your affiliate or other ads into DefaultAds and generate a link to include in your Google Adsense alternate ad URL. They show their own ads 1 out of every 100 impressions for this service.

Adsense Chats and Forums

Miscellaneous

  • Google AdSense Stats Syndrome (GASS) – the compulsive need to check AdSense stats every 15 minutes or so to see how much you’ve earned since your prior login. more.
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3 Responses

  1. Wow! Extremely helpful! Great list whoever writes this blog

  2. Hi there,
    I try to install Adsense in my WP-blog but the HTML-Code for ads is never accepted. Are there any restrictions within WordPress? Is my blog considered as a content related website…I appreciate any advice and help. Thanks.

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