Google AdSense

Google AdSense is program that helps bloggers and website owners monetize their online content with the help of contextual ads provided by AdWords advertisers.

Advertising Program for Tech Blogs from IDG – AdSense Alternative

IDG, the company famous for publishing technology magazines like Macworld and PC World, has launched an advertising network for technology bloggers. I highly recommend signing up as these programs generally yield higher returns than Google AdSense because you get to specify your own prices.

How AdSense Click Fraud Happens in India

Pick any newspaper and you will see an ad that says – Earn money from Google AdSense working from home. They even show scans of Google AdSense cheques as proof.

Should You Place Google AdSense Ads Above The Fold

Above the Fold refers to any area on the web page that is prominently displayed and this generally is the upper half section that the visitors can read without touching the scroll bars of the browser.

Featured on the Official Google AdSense Blog

Currently 75% of my site revenue comes through the Google AdSense program. And I get more time to focus on writing new content for my readers rather than hunting for advertisers. AdSense has helped change my life forever.

Can You Make a Decent Living Off of Google AdSense Ads

AdSense Alternatives – Yahoo! Panama and Microsoft adCenter are not so popular and available only to US publishers. BlogAds, Federated Media, WPNI Blogroll and TechDispenser offer better rates but are open only to select group of websites. Non US traffic cannot be monetized with WidgetBucks or Chitika. Very few sites are successful with affiliate programs of Amazon or eBay.

Your Earnings from Google AdSense Are About To Dip

What you see on the right is a 300×250 rectangular Google AdSense Ad unit. Ideally an ad unit this size should show 3-4 different ads but maybe there isn’t enough inventory and therefore, all you see is 1 ad somewhere near the middle of the rectangle.

Adsense Click Fraud Estimates by Third-Party Auditors

Shuman Ghosemajumder says that third-party auditors overestimate malicious clicks, the myth that Google profits from click fraud and just how the company can reassure advertisers without giving away the secrets of its click-fraud detection.