Being a blogger, you must hear about the Google Adsense program. Almost every blogger earns their first bucks from Google Adsense. Even I have made my first $100 from Google AdSense.
Have you observed that all beginners start making money from Google AdSense?
I have sorted out some reasons why bloggers prefer Adsense over the other monetizing techniques.
AdSense is a modern monetizing technique by Google by which you can place ads on your blog. If the readers click on these ads, you will get paid accordingly, depending on the ads and various other factors.
It’s fascinating that the advertisements which you place on your blog are related to your content. The intention behind this is readers will see the targeted ads.
Easy to use
Google AdSense has a straightforward approval process. You have to submit the form with all details.
Once approved, you need to create ads and place that script wherever you want. If you see the new interface of Google Adsense, it’s easy to understand.
One account for all blogs
The best thing about Adsense is that you can use one Adsense account for all your blogs. It means you can place ads on all your blogs with a single account. You don’t have to create a new account for your new site. This is very handy to manage all your performance.
Now, you might be thinking about how you can see the performance of the individual blog? It’s effortless to track with the Google Adsense dashboard.
I would recommend you to have only one account.
Google has provided the client’s support for Adsense. Now you can call their customer support and ask any queries that you have. They will immediately get back to you with the solution.
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Google will automatically send your money once it reaches $100. After that, you just have to add bank details. Google has now started the EFT transfer for almost all countries.
This feature makes Adsense unique from other monetizing programs. For example, you can create ads suitable for your blog. You can also customize your Adsense ads according to your website color.
The matched content ads by which Google will display the posts as ads so that there are maximum chances to get clicked by readers. Matched content ads are available for eligible blogs having specified traffic. Google has not disclosed the criteria for matched content ads.
Matched contents ads are similar to the related post widget which you set for your blog.
If you have observed that some ads’ CPC rate is low, you can block those particular ads. Likewise, you can block the ads that are not performing well. Unfortunately, some bloggers do this as if their advertisements are not performing well and for irrelevant ads.
You can put Adsense ads on your website even if you don’t have much traffic. Other ad networks have the limitation of this minimum traffic level. With little traffic, you can earn a few dollars. I agree that it’s challenging to get approved by Google Adsense.
I have written a complete guide on Google AdSense. You can check it out.
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