Google’s Adsense is a great way to cash in on the Pay Per Click market. Google’s Adsense allows you to serve text-based Adsense ads on your web site and receive a share of the Pay Per Click payment. These ads are similar to the AdWords ads you see on the right-hand side at Google when you do a search at Google.com. Payouts range depending on the market and can yield dollars per click using Google’s Adsense!
Earning money couldn’t be easier! It’s a great way to monitize your webspace and web site owners, both new and experienced, are currently enjoying
the profits from this new opportunity. The web’s most popular search engine is now giving you the chance to earn some extra cash by simply displaying a few text ads on your web pages.
Targeted contextual advertising means relevant ads appear on your site. When relevant ads appear on content pages, people click on them. Google makes more money and in turn, you receive higher profits.
Participation in AdSense is free and offers the following benefits:
– Run ads that will interest your users.
– Customize the appearance of ads.
– Access a base of 150,000 advertisers.
– Manage your account online.
– Filter out unwanted ads.
– AdSense is simple to join.
– It’s easy to paste a bit of code into your pages.
– It’s free to join.
– You don’t have to spend time finding advertisers.
– Google provides well written, highly relevant ads chosen to closely match the content on your pages.
– You don’t have to waste time choosing different ads for different pages.
– You don’t have to mess around with different code for various affiliate programs.
– You’re free to concentrate on providing good content and Google does the work of finding the best ads for your pages from 100,000 AdWords advertisers.
– It’s suitable for beginners or marketing veterans.
– AdSense provides simple, easy-to-understand stats.
If you have affiliate links on your site, you are allowed to add AdSense ads; However, with your affiliate links, you must not mimic the look and feel of the Google
ads. You can also block ads for sites that don’t meet your standards or
that may be a competitor.
Inevitably, AdSense is competing strongly for space on web sites with all other revenue sharing opportunities.
Many users of the adsense program have voiced their concerns about what they
would like to see changed or improved. See the list below.
The Adsense Wish List
– more options for the custom designs (flexible layouts)
– specify number of ads per layout
– specify width and height
– Open Adsense Ads in a New Window
– advanced detection of suspicious activity
– warn early and not if it’s already too late
So, how much will you earn from Adsense? Google says:
“The AdWords ads you are able to display on your content pages are cost-per-click (CPC) ads. This means that advertisers pay only when users click on ads. You’ll receive a portion of the amount paid for clicks on AdWords ads on your website. Although we don’t disclose the exact revenue share, our goal is to enable publishers to make as much or more than they could with other advertising networks.”
The only way to know how much you’ll earn is to try it and see. Because
there is not a long term contract, you may cancel at any time.
Information directly from Google’s Adsense program: